Filed under: Timepieces / Watches
Available in a textured white or black dial, the faces have horizontal line patterns and a combo of Arabic and baton hour markers. Each is filled with tritium gas tubes for exceptional darkness viewing. The Dauphine hands also have tritium hour markers in them. Sized at 40mm wide, the case is sensible in size. Inside the watch is a Swiss ETA 2836 automatic movement with a day and date complication. The two indicators are separated - so the day of the week indicator is at 3 o'clock, while the date is moved to 4:30. As the name of the watch implies, the movement has been COSC Chronometer certified. A good looking watch overall, this timepiece is a highly functional watch for the crowd that doesn't always want to wear a sporty looking timepiece (though they are still interested in something masculine looking). Look for this new watch out from Ball soon.
Ariel Adams publishes the luxury watch reviews site aBlogtoRead.com.