Ball Watches

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2 watches For Sale
  • Stainless Steel head and bracelet, rotating inner bezel, silver tritium dial, automatic (ETA), temperature gauge, date, 53 micro gas tubes, screw-down crowns, 2:00 crown rotates inner bezel bi-directionally, anti-magnetic to 4,800A/m, Ref. DT1020A-SAJ-SL, 42mm, Retail = $4,599, Like New in outer box with Papers

    $1,675 our price, Wire Price $1,625
    Our ID BAL241 : Ask A Question : Add To Cart
  • Stainless Steel, steel bracelet with flip-lock clasp, unidirectional rotating diver bezel, black tritium dial, automatic (ETA 2892), date, anti-magnetic resistance to 12000A/m, shock resistance to 7500Gs, special blend of lubricants allows the watch to function in cold temperatures to -40 degrees Celsius, Ref. DM1016A, warranty dated October 2013, 40mm, Retail = $2,595, Mint in Box with Papers
    $1,495 our price, Wire Price $1,450
    Our ID BAL270 : Ask A Question : Add To Cart

Ball Watches

The Ball Watch Company, established in 1891, was a response to the railroad's need for precision and ruggedness, and remains a stalwart champion of durability in timepieces. These were the first wrist watches permitted for use on American railroads, and Webb C. Ball himself was appointed as Chief Time Inspector for the Lake Shore Lines in 1891. Still working under the banner of "Accuracy under Adverse Conditions," the brand offers tritium gas light technology for nighttime use, antimagnetic shielding for less daily variation, and fierce protection against the elements. The Ball Watch Company was designed to withstand the rigors of exploration and industry, a legacy it maintains to this day.

Do you have a Ball watch to sell? We are interested in some models from this brand. To get an idea of models we have bought direct from end-users, review our list of Ball models we have bought.