BALL Watch Company Diver Worldtime Watch Review
Monday - 18 May 2015
Guillaume Nery’s diving companion is the BALL Watch Company Diver Worldtime.
The four-time World Record holder in Free Diving chooses to wear the Diver Worldtime when performing his spectacular and daring dives such as the ultimate ice diving challenge and when he successfully reached 113 metres. The new French Record rolls in at 125 meters, which Guillaume Nery will of course try to reach with his trusty BALL Watch Company timepiece fastened to his wrist.
The BALL Watch Company Diver Worldtime features an illuminated rotating inner bezel and 55 micro gas tubes fitted to the hour, minute, seconds, hands and dial for essential legibility at night. It is vital for professional divers such as Guillaume Nery to have clear visibility when performing dives as the light is restricted under water with blurred vision. As the title suggests the diver watch provides a World Time display for those experts who travel worldwide to take part in the newest challenge. With a water resistance level of 300m and a shock resistance of up to 5,000Gs the timepiece is well equipped for the extreme diving experience; a robust machine designed to withstand harsh conditions, which is a necessity for a personality such as Guillaume Nery.
Other functions that ensure that the BALL Watch Company Diver Worldtime is the chosen companion on an underwater expedition is the stainless steel case, anti-reflective sapphire crystal, screwed-in crown and rubber strap/stainless steel bracelet. For personal preference, opt for either a white or black centre dial with contrasting markings for readability. The striking design demands attention from spectators worldwide.
Embrace the inner diver with the BALL Watch Company Diver Worldtime.