BALL 43mm Engineer M Marvelight
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Ball Watch Company Engineer M Marvelight NM2128C-S1C-BK. Well thought through anti magnetic timepieces. Most of the BALL watches boast superb anti magnetic cases constructed with corrosion resistant ferritic stainless steel materials. Furthermore, a soft iron inner jacket, consisting of a back plate, a ring surrounding the movement and the dial, protects the inner workings of the watch. This special alloy, reinforced by the shape of the case, prevents magnetic fields from penetrating as far as the movement and having an adverse effect on its accuracy.
Movement: Automatic caliber RRM7309-C
- Hours, minutes, sweep seconds and date
- 5,000Gs shock resistance
- 17 (40mm) or 15 (43mm) micro gas tubes on hour, minute and second hands and dial for night reading capability
Antimagnetic: 4,800 A/m
Materials: Stainless steel, Sapphire crystal caseback
Crystal: Anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Crown: Screw-in crown
Water Resistance: 100m/330ft
Diameter: 43mm, height 13.4mm
Strap: Stainless steel bracelet with folding buckle
BALL Official 24 Month Warranty
Product Reference: NM2128C-S1C-BK
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.