Ball Watch Co. Roadmaster Starlight Dive Watch

Apr 22, 2019

Category: Gear

Ball Watch Co. is no stranger to the dive watch space, and with a claim to fame like their iconic tritium illumination, you can be sure that any refined timepiece they produce is of the highest quality. Now, the brand is returning to its roots with updates to its Roadmaster Starlight Diver — and this time, it features all the bronze you could ever want.

The newly introduced silhouette comes in two different movement types and case sizes, allowing for tailored personalization to match the taste of the consumer. The Bronze 42mm variant features an automatic ETA 2836-2 and a 38-hour power reserve, while the brand’s 43mm utilizes an in-house built Ball RRM7309-C. With over 80 hours of power reserve on the company’s 43mm version, it might seem like a no-brainer to upgrade to the larger model, but at $2,700 (and roughly $400 more than the 42mm version) you’ll have to weigh the benefits of the in-house movement and 1mm size difference. Alongside the traits listed above, each watch will be COSC chronometer-certified and water-resistant up to 200m. Only 1,000 examples are set for production, so if you’re interested in owning one of the company’s most iconic silhouettes, you’d better act fast.

Purchase: $2,300+

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