WatchesNews Oct-Ball Watch-Main.jpg Keeping Up With Time(s)

Back in 2010, BALL Watch Company was the first watchmaker to present a mechanical movement that includes a day and date function combined with a 24-hour time zone display. Such a module was first featured on BALL Engineer Master II Diver Worldtime and the first generation of Trainmaster Worldtime.

Now, the Trainmaster Worldtime has been re-invented with an enhanced technology as well as a subtle redesigning, both developed in-house.

BALL has kept the values of the first Trainmaster series intact, fronting precision, reliability, tradition and aesthetics. The case is stainless steel, measuring 41mm wide containing the Swiss-made automatic BALL RR1501-C movement that drives all of the featured functions: hours, minutes, sweep seconds, day and date, as well as the world time indication.

October 2016 Issue