Here's a brand I haven't ever covered on my blog. While many of you will have probably heard of the brand whether as a result of their frequent advertisements in WatchTime or have come along the name on a forum of another blog. If you haven't heard of them, you should do some research on them. A quick 5 minutes will offer some good background.
While it appears much larger, the watch actually only measures 42mm in diameter. The watch, however, will wear larger as a result of its 14.5mm thick case. The watch is WR to 300m and has a unidirectional rotating inner bezel. While there are some advantages to the inner bezel design, it is mostly up to personal preference as both accomplish the same objective with pretty much the same results. The dial actually has 52 tritium tubes on it (picture below), which will makes this watch shine at night. It is powered by Swiss automatic mechanical movement, the Ball caliber RR1102 (based on an ETA 2836-2). For those unfamiliar with this movement, it has 25 jewels, 28,800BPH and a power reserve of 38 hours. The Ball Watch Engineer Master II Diver comes on either a steel bracelet or a black rubber strap.
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