BALL Reinvents the Engineer Master II Voyager, Available Now at a Special Pre-Order Price
Toward the end of last year, BALL presented the Engineer III Bronze Star and the Engineer III Silver Star , a progression of cool pilot’s watches being offered for pre-request at an alluring value point. Following that fruitful test, BALL is back with a comparative suggestion, this time around with an all out stylish redo of a generally existing watch—introducing the new Engineer Master II Voyager. On its surface, the Voyager pulls on some exemplary flieger plan cues—large Arabic numerals and large blade hands that guarantee prompt decipherability. Yet, looking past that, there is some noteworthy usefulness incorporated into the design.
As the name suggests, the Voyager is planned in light of world explorers. Keeping that in mind, the Voyager combines two separate dials—a exemplary 12-hour fundamental dial and an auxiliary 12-hour sub-dial at six for following an extra time region. It’s an inconceivably successful usage of the complication, and it’s not very common. There is additionally a major date work under 12, remaining instead of the BALL logo which has been moved to nine.
BALL has likewise accepted this open door to redo their tritium tubes, which are currently amazingly dainty to be almost subtle. Put at each point along the 60-minute track and estimating only 0.3mm by 2mm, they’re the most slender cylinders at any point utilized on a BALL watch. The Arabic numerals on the principle file and the markers in the sub-dial are covered in Super-LumiNova.
The Voyager will be accessible in two dials and sizes—blue and dark, 44mm and 40mm. The dark is exemplary, the blue more brave, yet both are protected decisions for day by day wear. Concerning size, I for one feel the 40mm adaptation hits a sweet spot both regarding size and plan. Note the cleaner usage of the sub-dial where it doesn’t eat into the five, six and seven on the 40mm version.
Packed inside the case are some of BALL’s development ensuring advances. BALL’s protected Amortiser against stun framework is basically a lock that keeps the rotor from harming the development in case of a stun. The Voyager is appraised to oppose 5,000Gs of stun. Besides, an iron confine and against attractive ring shield the development from attractive interference.
As referenced above, BALL is offering this new assortment at a select pre-request cost: $1,659 on a calfskin tie and $1,699 on a hardened steel arm band. This advancement will run however February 28th, so, all in all the full retail will be $2,999 and $3,099, separately. An extra nylon tie is accessible for an extra $65. Every variation is restricted to 1,000 units and purchasers can choose their ideal version number and can select a customized etching. Watches are relied upon to dispatch among May and June, 2017.
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