BALL WATCH

The most adverse conditions can give rise to the greatest achievements. The history of BALL watches is closely tied to that of the American railroad pioneers. It started precisely on 18 April 1891 with the head-on collision of two trains in Ohio, United States. This catastrophe has left a lasting impression, all the more so …

BALL WATCH Engineer Hydrocarbon Arctic Chronometer Limited Edition

The limited edition Engineer Hydrocarbon Arctic chronometer watch by Swiss watchmaker BALL Watch honours Edward Whymper and Jean Antonine Carrel, both in their respective missions in 1865 conquered the heights of the Matterhorn, one of the highest peaks in the European Alps. Designed to survive extreme conditions, this limited edition timepiece houses a Swiss Made, …

BALL Watch Engineer Master II Super Navigator – Aviation Chronometer with onboard Flight Computer

BALL Watch redefines mission-critical timepieces with the launch of the Engineer Master II Super Navigator, complete with an onboard circular slide rule flight computer. Dubbed “the pilot’s best friend in adverse conditions”, this 46mm watch enables complex flight related computing as well as everyday mathematical calculations with a simple twist of the bezel. These functions …

BALL Watch – The BALL for BMW TimeTrekker

As part of its prestigious partnership with the German automobile brand, BALL Watch Company presents a new model in its exclusive collection, the BALL for BMW TimeTrekker. This new model blends design and functionality, fundamental values of both the watchmaking and automotive industries. A refined design makes the time easy to read in all conditions. …

BALL Watch Trainmaster Kelvin

William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin, an Irish and British physicist and engineer born on 26th June, 1824 in Belfast, was a pioneer in developing the absolute thermodynamic temperature scale. In 1848 he proposed in his paper, On an Absolute Thermometric Scale, the need for a scale whereby “infinite cold” (absolute zero) was the scale’s null …

BALL Watch Engineer Hydrocarbon Lady Glow Automatic

BALL Watch Company presents its new model dedicated to women: the Engineer Hydrocarbon LadyGlow. For the development of its new ladies’ model, BALL Watch Company has once again turned to renowned designer Magali Métrailler. A solid timepiece meeting all the durability criteria of the Engineer Hydrocarbon collection, this watch has been designed in a totally …

BALL Watch Engineer Master II Skindiver II

Switzerland based BALL Watch Company unveils Engineer Master II Skindiver II, a new vintage diver’s watch that pays tribute to BALL’s watchmaking heritage. In 2012, BALL Watch Company took up the bold challenge of reviving a resonant part of its watchmaking heritage in the form of the Engineer Master II Skindiver. Following the unanimous success …

BALL Watch Trainmaster Moon Phase

BALL Watch Company combines regular phases of the Moon with innovation of watchmaking by unveiling the new Trainmaster Moon Phase masterpiece. The Trainmaster Moon Phase model features an automatic BALL RR1801 movement, housed in a round 40mm polished stainless steel case. The moon phase complication adds a touch of elegance and fascination to the modern …

BALL Watch Engineer Hydrocarbon Aero GMT

BALL Watch brings instant low-light visibility to a new level with the introduction of the all-new Engineer Hydrocarbon Aero GMT, with its groundbreaking micro gas light rotating bezel. A watch for flight crew and air traffic professionals, it incorporates, for the first time in any timepiece, H3micro gas tubes in the chassis of the bezel. …