To mark Grand Central Terminal’s 2013 Centennial celebration, BALL Watch Company has announced the limited edition Engineer Master II GCT timepiece that encapsulates their extensive, shared railroad connection.
Joining in the 100 Year Centennial Celebration with the Grand Central Terminal, BALL Watch designed a beautiful and commemorative timepiece within its Engineer Master II Collection.
Dressed in a 44mm diameter stainless steel case, the BALL Watch Engineer Master II GCT features an automatic caliber BALL 651 movement.
It is available on a stainless steel bracelet or calf leather strap with a pin buckle. For easy readability at night, or while underground in the terminal, this watch features 15 self-powered, micro gas tubes on the dial and hands.
This watch utilizes a second time zone feature, however in place of Greenwich Mean Time, this watch displays Grand Central Terminal time, providing its owner with a constant tribute to the Grand Central Terminal no matter where they’re at in the world.
The connection and union between BALL and the Grand Central Terminal can also be seen on the dial of the watch with a GCT logo situated next to the BALL logo.
As a final attribute to the connection with the Grand Central Terminal, the famous Tiffany clock is graciously displayed on the case back. This timepiece is limited to 999 pieces.
Model: BALL Watch Engineer Master II GCT
Automatic Caliber BALL 651
15 micro gas tubes on hour, minute, second hands and dial for night reading capability
Second time zone indication
Hours, minutes, sweep seconds and magnified date
Shock resistance: 5,000Gs
Water resistance: 100m
Ø44mm, height 13.3mm
Anti-reflective convex sapphire crystal
Stainless steel bracelet with folding buckle or calf leather strap with standard buckle
Limited edition of 999 pieces