An elegant watch or a watch for special tasks? Two new Ball collections have just been released. They are an ideal choice for watch enthusiasts looking for refined Swiss timepieces. Let's take a closer look at these limited-edition models: the sophisticated Ball Engineer II Moon Calendar for cocktail parties and the Ball Roadmaster Rescue Chronograph Ice Blue with an analogue heart rate monitor for special tasks. Which one do you choose?
The collection comprises stunning timepieces available in various colours, including the Ball M3016C-S1J-CH watch in a champagne vintage style and the Ball NM3016C-S1J-GR with a deep bottle green dial. These models showcase the BALL RR1807 movement with an additional hand ending in a crescent moon, highlighting the day and month on the outer scale. The moon phase indicator, above the 6 o'clock position, catches the eye with its stunning design. 29½ days is the time it takes for the moon to complete one phase cycle. The design of the watch perfectly captures the essence of the night. The luminous tritium tubes add a touch of glow to the watch, lighting up the darkness and enhancing the aesthetic appeal. The Amortiser® anti-shock system absorbs external shock impact, ensuring durability and longevity.
The Ball Roadmaster Rescue Chronograph Ice Blue Limited Edition has been specifically designed for emergency search and rescue operations. The striking blue dial draws inspiration from the beauty of glaciers and oceans while emphasising the potential human risks associated with their exploration. During a rescue mission, every second counts and this is what the Ball Blue Roadmaster Ice Blue collection conveys. Equipped with advanced functions, the watches are designed to support search operations. The chronograph hand works in conjunction with the dial’s pulsometer scale, graduated for 15 pulsations, to quickly measure heart rate during rescue missions. The operation involves starting the chronograph, counting the person’s heartbeats and stopping the chronograph at the 15th beat. The scale will indicate the heart rate per minute. The chronograph is also supported by a locking system.
The Ball Watch RR1402 movement with ETA calibre 7750 is protected by a special oil, ensuring operation regardless of heat or severe frost. Its operation is uninterrupted between -45°C and 80°C. The patented Amortiser® system protects the watch from shocks and impacts. The steel case is also reinforced with titanium. When it's the time that counts most, we need to make sure the watch is working properly. That's why DC3030C-S1-IBEBE and DC3030C-S1-IBE watches feature a small window at 9 o'clock that indicates continuous operation.
Visit our website and discover our wide selection of Ball watches. Whether you're looking for an elegant evening watch or a timepiece for emergency situations, Ball has got you covered.