The BALL Watch Fireman Storm Chaser is dedicated to daring researchers who explore the deadly storms.
Dr. Joshua Wurman chases one of the most destructive forces on Earth for a living. As the president of the Center for Severe Weather Research, he has pioneered techniques for tracking and analyzing tornadoes and hurricanes.
His patented technology allows him and his team to see unprecedented 4D details of storms, helping them to better observe, and in future predict, their devastating power. The Fireman Storm Chaser automatic by BALL WATCH provides a fitting companion for his work.
The Fireman Storm Chaser combines two measurement scales in order to provide essential information to the wearer. With the tachymeter, the wearer can measure speed over a given distance.
The telemeter makes it possible to easily measure the distance between the observer and a situation that is observable both visually and audibly (Like lightning and thunder) based on the speed of sound through air.
The two scales can prove to be a vital tool to storm chasers, both amateurs and professionals alike.
The caseback of the Fireman Storm Chaser bears the logo of Wurman’s Centre for Severe Weather Research, a top organization in the field of hurricane and tornado science.
Model: BALL Watch Fireman Storm Chaser, Reference CM2092C-L1-BK
Automatic Caliber ETA 7750
Chronograph, accumulated time measurement up to 12 hours
Telemeter and Tachymeter scales
Hours, minutes, subsidiary seconds, day and date
18 micro gas tubes on hour, minute, second hands and dial for night reading capability
Diameter 43mm, Height 15.8mm
Anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Screwed in crowns
Water resistant to 100m
Black, Also available with a grey dial
Stainless steel bracelet with folding buckle or calf leather strap with pin buckle