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BALL 42mm Engineer Master II Skindiver Heritage

Product SKU: DM3308A-S1C-BE

£2,260.00

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Description

Description

Ball Watch Company Engineer Master II Skindiver Heritage DM3308A-S1C-BE. The Ball Watch Company Engineer Master II is the ultimate diving and sport watch with exceptional water resistance and exclusive inner rotating diving bezel fitted with luminous micro gas tubes.

BALLs pioneering process allows luminescent paint to be added to a ceramic bezel. In this way, both the numbers and the graduation of the bezel are luminescent, allowing them to be instantly read in the dark. The ceramic also renders the bezel extraordinarily resistant to corrosion, scratches and UV rays.

Product Specification 

Movement: Automatic caliber BALL RR1102-C

Functions:

  • Hours, minutes, sweep seconds, day and date
  • 5,000Gs shock resistance
  • 15 micro gas tubes on hour, minute, second hands, and dial for night reading capability

Antimagnetic: 80,000 A/m

Case Features:

Materials:

  • Stainless steel
  • Luminous ceramic unidirectional rotating bezel
  • Mu-metal shield

Crystal: Anti-reflective sapphire crystal

Dial: Black

Crown: Screw-in crown

Water Resistance: 300m/1000ft

Diameter: 42mm, height 15.2mm

Strap: Stainless steel bracelet

BALL Official 24 Month Warranty

Product Reference: DM3308A-S1C-BE

About BALL

BALL Watches Innovation and creativity are the cornerstones on the foundation of BALL watches, “Accuracy Under Adverse Conditions”. Continuing in the tradition of Webster Clay Ball, BALL Watches aspires to manufacture the most accurate mechanical watches on the planet, ruggedized for use by those that live, work and play in truly adverse conditions. With unlimited inspiration, BALL is today setting the standards just as Webster Clay Ball did in the late 1800s and through the early 1900s.

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