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BALL Watch Engineer HydroCarbon Original – Adventuring Diving Watch

This next gizmo is perfect for anyone that’s passionate about diving as well as great for anyone that enjoys the occasional outdoors adventure. Meet the BALL Watch Engineer HydroCarbon Original.

The BALL Watch Engineer HydroCarbon Original is a gorgeous and ultra-durable stainless steel Extreme Adventuring Diving Watch that features up to 7,500Gs of Shock Resistance, a value 80,000A/m for anti-magnetism and up to 660 ft. (200 m) of water resistance.

For those curious, this high-end diving watch is the 15th Anniversary Limited-Edition of the original model, and with it, you can literally have the world of technology right at your wrist.

So, if you’re still not convinced whether or not this Adventuring Diving Watch is for you, check out our full review of it down below, where we check out in detail every single one of its features.

DESIGN & SPECS

Starting with the watch’s case, the BALL Watch Engineer HydroCarbon Original is a 40mm Swiss-Made Diving Watch, and as such, it includes a 40mm Stainless-Steel Case that measures exactly 14.55mm in diameter. Overall, this adventuring diving watch is reasonably lightweight, as it only weighs 4.9 oz (140 g).

BALL Watch Engineer HydroCarbon Original
BALL Watch Engineer HydroCarbon Original

Right at the top, we can find its Uni-Directional Rotating Sapphire Bezel, which adds a very nice luxurious touch to the watch’s very-minimalist design.

The same goes for the watch’s Black Dial, which also features a very gorgeous design, coming equipped with a patented Crown Protection System that is designed to keep all of its internal components protected from any sort of damage (unexpected falls, bumps, etc.). That’s one of the main features that makes this extreme adventuring diving watch a highly-durable wristwatch for outdoors use.

The watch’s Stainless-Steel Case combines a Mu-Metal Shield together with an Amortiser patented Anti-Shock System that make its case ultra-durable, which also give it exactly 7,500Gs of Shock Resistance, a value 80,000A/m for anti-magnetism and up to 660 ft. (200 m) of water resistance.

While its case’s patented SpringSEAL system safeguards the regulator assembly and ensures that the watch’s crowns do not change position upon impact, its patented SpringLOCK system covers the hairspring while also limiting the unfurling of the coils in order to prevent twisting upon impact. The watch’s exacting precision is safeguarded further by its Amortiser patented Anti-Shock System, which surrounds your movement and absorbs any potential harsh bumps and thumps when exploring the outdoors and enjoying Mother Nature.

On the opposite side of the watch, we can also find a very cool carved logo of a professional diver, which definitely adds some extra luxurious touch to the watch’s main purpose and overall design, reflecting the fact that it’s meant to be used as an extreme adventuring diving watch.

Additionally, just like the watch’s case, its bracelet is a Tapered Stainless-Steel Bracelet, which integrates both a patented Folding Buckle that can withstand up to 1,400 newtons of force and an Adjustable Extension System. The watch’s Tapered Stainless-Steel Bracelet features a very highly-durability, but despite that, it’s still quite comfortable to wear, so you don’t really have to worry about it hurting your wrist, even after long hours of wearing the Engineer HydroCarbon Original.

The watch’s Stainless-Steel Bracelet comes perfectly built-in right into its lugs – meaning the projections on the watch’s case that are used to secure its bracelet onto the watch’s case – so you also don’t have to worry about it snapping off. The watch’s lugs feature a width of 20 mm each, with a distance of just 51.1mm from one lug to another.

Moreover, this Extreme Adventuring Diving Watch also integrates 30 micro gas tubes on its highly visible hour, minute, and second watch hands, as well as under its dial and bezel, which basically help the watch to provide its users with a decent illumination for the best night reading capability, all without requiring any external light source.

Furthermore, it’s also important to note that the watch’s bezel also integrates an Anti-Reflective Convex Sapphire Crystal that makes reading from it fairly easy, and that goes both for direct sunlight conditions (broad daylight with a strong sunlight) or pitch-black conditions (for very dark nights where even the moon is absent).

Overall, all that makes this watch 100 times brighter than any wristwatches that use luminous paint.

NOTABLE FEATURES

Time & Date

Just like any other wristwatch, the Engineer HydroCarbon Original accurately displays the hours, minutes, and sweep seconds, as well as the current day and date.

Ultra-Accurate Chronometer

Other than that, the Engineer HydroCarbon Original also comes equipped with an ultra-accurate Automatic Calibre BALL RR1102-CSL Chronometer that comes certified by the COSC – meaning the Official Swiss Chronometer Testing Institute.

FINAL THOUGHTS

The BALL Watch Engineer HydroCarbon Original is a gorgeous and ultra-durable stainless steel Extreme Adventuring Diving Watch that features up to 7,500Gs of Shock Resistance, a value 80,000A/m for anti-magnetism and up to 660 ft. (200 m) of water resistance.

Just like any other wristwatch from the BALL Watch brand, this luxurious extreme adventuring diving timepiece is strong, durable and reliable.

BALL Watch Engineer HydroCarbon Original
BALL Watch Engineer HydroCarbon Original

 

Thanks to its ultra-durable features, it can easily withstand pretty much any shocks involved with outdoors and/or underwater exploration that come its way. Moreover, its versatile and minimalist design respectively meets the demands of all occasions and styles.

Lastly, reading the watch’s hour, minute, and second watch hands is fairly easy, and that’s basically thanks to the combination of its 30 micro gas tubes with its bezel’s Anti-Reflective Convex Sapphire Crystal, which together make reading any information from the watch quite easy by providing users with a very decent illumination for the best possible night reading capability, all without requiring any external light source.

Overall, this is a great luxurious extreme adventuring diving watch for both underwater and outdoors use.

If you’re interested in buying it, each unit is currently going for $3,349.00. You can order yours right now, directly from BALL Watch’s official shopping page, which you can access via this link.

David Novakhttps://www.gadgetgram.com
For the last 20 years, David Novak has appeared in newspapers, magazines, radio, and TV around the world, reviewing the latest in consumer technology.His byline has appeared in Popular Science, PC Magazine, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, Electronic House Magazine, GQ, Men’s Journal, National Geographic, Newsweek, Popular Mechanics, Forbes Technology, Readers Digest, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Glamour Magazine, T3 Technology Magazine, Stuff Magazine, Maxim Magazine, Wired Magazine, Laptop Magazine, Indianapolis Monthly, Indiana Business Journal, Better Homes and Garden, CNET, Engadget, InfoWorld, Information Week, Yahoo Technology and Mobile Magazine. He has also made radio appearances on the The Mark Levin Radio Show, The Laura Ingraham Talk Show, Bob & Tom Show, and the Paul Harvey RadioShow. He’s also made TV appearances on The Today Show and The CBS Morning Show.His nationally syndicated newspaper column called the GadgetGUY, appears in over 100 newspapers around the world each week, where Novak enjoys over 3 million in readership. David is also a contributing writer fro Men’s Journal, GQ, Popular Mechanics, T3 Magazine and Electronic House here in the U.S.

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