New Ball Watch Company Engineer Master II Diver Watch Review
Thursday - 06 September 2012
In September 2011 Guillaume Néry was awarded the word championship title in his category at the AIDA Individual Depth Championships in Kalamata, Greece, reaching a depth of 117 metres using a monofin. The French freediver holds a number of constant weight freediving world records, and has been a Ball brand ambassador since 2006, partnered by the shared demand for "precision, rigour, reliability and performance".
Through its longstanding partnership with Néry, Ball has ensured its Engineer Master II collection has met the many requirements of deep-sea diving. Ball believes the watches are "robust, aesthetically functional and deliver remarkable performance".
The Engineer Master II Diver has a stainless steel case measuring 42 mm and sapphire crystal. Movement is the Swiss automatic ETA calibre 2836-2 with 25 jewels. The watch is water resistant to 300 metres, shock resistant to 5,000 Gs and resistant to magnetic fields up to 4,800 A/m.
The timepiece comes with a stainless steel bracelet or a rubber strap.