Ball Roadmaster M Chronograph: COSC Class But Overpriced?

Ball has a brand new Roadmaster M Chronograph and it is a COSC grade, 41mm titanium case model, with gas tube lume and and two dial colour/bezel colourways. We like the blue best. The bezel is bi-directional  by the way.

In-house movement and enhanced anti-shock resistance are two features worth noting. On the downside, the depth rating is only 100m. Within the Ball range there are arguably better options, like the Engineer Hydrocarbon, with 600m resistance, plus the chunky crown protector mechanism, which makes it a statement piece at £3734. Then there’s the EngineerM Skindiver at £3048, with Submariner design elements, plus 300m resistance and 80 hours of power reserve.

So you really have to love this latest Roadmaster M Chrono to pay that premium price we feel.

Here’s the word;

The all-new Roadmaster M Chronograph is here. The professional-grade tool is equipped with central minute and seconds chronograph hands for ultimate readability, powered by our new Chronometer Manufacture Caliber RRM7338-C.
The utility extends to the dual-purpose bezel, capable of both counting down minutes and tracking a second time zone, while micro gas tubes glow for always-ready visibility. All combined, a mission timer without equal.
The new Roadmaster M Chronograph is limited to 1,000 pieces each and available for pre-order until 25 January 2023 at an exclusive price of £3900.

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