The Batman Returns, Courtesy of Ball Watches

OK, the Batman never really went away, but the latest Ball Roadmaster Pilot GMT is a handsome alternative to famously hard-to-get Rolex Sub. Here’s the word; Roadmaster Pilot GMT series is equipped with two remarkable timekeeping functions that soar to new levels of convenience. When traveling, simply push the quick-set buttons to jump the local…

Ball Engineer III – Maverick Edition

The latest from Ball watches is a remix of an old fave. Hard to beat the classic Pepsi bezel, cyclops date window and big numbers on the dial. Here’s the word from Ball on this 1000 pieces limited edition. Nope, we don’t really get the Maverick connection, except that Top Gun II is out  right…

Moonphase Features Keep You On The Ball

Ball are always refining and tweaking their models and the latest Engineer Moon II has the gas tube lume you expect, plus new ice blue or silver metallic dial options. Intro price as usual for those who take the pre-order plunge. The ice blue is the winner for us and the price isn’t too bad…

Ball Engineer 1917: GMT For Modern Explorers

The latest from Ball Watches in Switzerland, celebrating that polar explorer chap Shackleton. Here’s the word; The 41mm Engineer III Endurance 1917 GMT features our Manufacture GMT Caliber RRM7337-C – a true GMT chronometer – wrapped in a 904L stainless steel case and shining with micro gas tube luminosity. Three complementary models are also available, each designed…

Ball Engineer Endurance: Spirit of 1917

The latest from Ball is the Engineer Endurance III, with the usual gas tube lume. There are four variations of this watch, so you can buy the base model for £1260, or go large at £2190 for the TMT 42mm 1917 edition, which has a temp gauge on the dial. Handy for those polar expeditions,…

Ball Engineer Hydro Has Unique Escape Valve Feature

Ball watches keep on coming up with little tweaks and details that keep their Engineer model attractive to collectors – and divers. If you are serious about underwater adventure, then you want a watch with a helium valve and normally, this can be found countersunk into the case, or mounted around the 10 o’clock position….

Little Bit of Peaky Blinders Magic From Ball Watches

It’s almost Peaky Blinders season in the UK. That’s the time of year from Easter to about mid-July, when men of all ages squeeze into ill-fitting houndstooth check suits, add a pocket watch plus fob chain and start drinking at 8am. Then they board an 3 Advisory MoT minibus, driven by a retired cabbie with…

For The Travellers: Ball Engineer II Worldtimer

Ball has another new model, this time it’s a diver with a twist; it has a Worldtimer feature as well. Perfect for those James Bond moments when you need to travel to Vienna to kill some bad guys, then do a quick change and head for Chile. Here’s the word; Diver Worldtime. The name alone…

Ball Roadmaster Ocean Explorer

There is a new Ball Roadmaster watch, which has those essential tide timing features for anyone who works on the sea, at the beach, or organises people trafficking from France to the UK. Here’s the word from Ball watches; Our newest tool watch is made for the dreamers, the fighters, the outsiders. Those born to…

Ball Watches: Time & Tide Wait For No Man

Latest watch from Ball is a sailing enthusiast’s delight, with the essential tide tracking features you need. Here’s the press info; Our newest tool watch is made for the dreamers, the fighters, the outsiders. Those born to voyage beyond the horizon, ready to brave any storm. The Roadmaster Ocean Explorer equips you with a rotating external bezel…