Sunday, July 21, 2013
A handful of other names could boast of being a standard watch, but Ball Watch does. It is not just a railroad watch; it is The Standard Watch. It was Ball’s founder, Web Ball that standardized the timekeeping system of the railroad in 1891, creating the most accurate and reliable timepieces that made the railways a much safer way to travel. The Official Railroad Watch collection by Ball has the enduring timeless feel of railroad traveling and the remarkable functionality of a tough, modern timepiece. The stainless steel case encloses the automatic calibre ETA 2836-2 movement which powers its sweep seconds, minutes and hour functions, along with a 3 'o-clock aperture for the day and date. 15 micro gas tubes provide perfect reading light in the dark. Even in their bare minimum, there is no denying the efficiency of the Ball Watch instruments, which is why they are the Standard anyway.
Check out Ball Watch at authorized dealer Keller and George on Millmont Street.