As handsome as they are hard-wearing, BALL timepieces are built for the toughest of occupations. So whether you’re an electrical technician exposed to electromagnetic fields or a serviceman facing down combat, there’s bound to be a BALL watch up to the task. With the latest addition to the Engineer Hydrocarbon series, BALL is ready to take deeper than ever before.
Featuring a waterproof rating of up to 3,300 feet, the BALL Engineer Hydrocarbon DeepQUEST II is a purpose-built tool for divers exploring the deepest of depths. In order to withstand such immense atmospheric pressure, it requires a number of unique innovations. For instance, it comes with an automatic helium release valve built directly into the crown in order to safely let off pressure. It’s also built with a single-block titanium case, making it more resistant to extreme depths with the added benefit of being corrosion-proof. Last but not least, the DeepQUEST II includes BALL’s tritium gas lume with wider tubing for greater visibility. Shock resistant to 7,500Gs and Anti-magnetic to 4,800A/m, this is one watch that can go the distance and — in this case — the depth. It’s available today on Ball’s site from $3,649.
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