BALL Watch’s latest watch is rugged and solid. It can easily cope with any extreme conditions and display accurately. The new Engineer Hydrocarbon Ceramic XV (Engineering Hydrocarbon Ceramic XV, hereinafter referred to as EH Ceramic XV) watch is an innovative combination of power and aesthetics, marking the brand BALL Watch Design and other aspects of continuous exploration. The fine grinding of the dial shows that the complexity of the process has penetrated into every accessory. The hour scale with elegant steel edges is dotted with three grooves, and the minute scale is on the inner dial.
The world’s first patented Metallic Arabic (metal Arabic watch) and hour scale, inlaid with 3H Swiss night light gas lamp. The self-luminous miniature gas lamp of the BH Watch EH Ceramic watch shows its excellent legibility, even in absolute darkness. The 31 miniature gas lamps are hand-mounted by professional watchmakers. EH Ceramic’s fifteen new and improved case, with a diameter of 42 mm and a thickness of 13.25 mm, is matched with an ergonomic design to enhance the comfort when worn. Polished and brushed stainless steel gives the watch a low-key beauty and elegant texture. In addition, this model also incorporates the new Ball Watch technology, a unidirectional rotating outer ring of high-strength pure ceramic, which provides the watch with excellent corrosion resistance. Black chrome ceramic is not only scratch-resistant, but also not affected by ultraviolet rays, which improves the texture and durability of the rotating outer ring to a whole new level. The ceramic rotating outer ring scales from 0 to 14, and 15, 30, and 45 have added a strong luminous coating, emitting blue light, which is another world’s first design of this watch. EH Ceramic XV is also equipped with an ETA 2892 movement certified by the Observatory, with date display and can provide extremely high accuracy.
The watch is water-resistant to 333 meters and impact-resistant. The movement can operate safely even in magnetic fields up to 4,800 A / m. Sometimes, the importance of high-quality straps and buckles is often overlooked because of the excellent design of the case and the excellent functions of the watch. Nevertheless, for a watch that follows the adventures of the explorer, it is the most important thing to measure its own value if it can be firmly fixed on the owner’s wrist. Aware of this, BALL Watch watchmakers developed a patented triple folding clasp and extension. In order to increase the strength and durability of the buckle, this part is made of a single piece of machined 316L stainless steel. The finished buckle is perfectly balanced, and the built-in components are evenly distributed under the bottom cover of the buckle, ensuring the best comfort of the watch and the fit with the wrist. Watchmakers have added a 22mm extension to both ends of the strap, because the wrist will expand when the temperature rises or engage in physical activity. At this time, the extension can help the wearer of the watch achieve maximum comfort. The watch’s buckle can be opened or closed with one hand, and it is also equipped with a solid locking mechanism, which enables the watch to withstand strong tensile forces when it is closed.
As a tribute to Jim Whittaker, the bottom case of this watch is engraved with a memorial pattern for the successful conquest of Everest. The Roman numeral ‘XV’ (fifteen) cited in its name is the Great Trigonometric Survey of British India. It was the first name when Everest was first discovered in 1856, and it is also known Fifteenth Peak (Peak XV). With excellent materials, precise performance and superior quality, the new EH Ceramic Fifteen is unique. The watch also comes with a premium rubber strap to choose from. Today, while BALL Watch continues to develop its brand’s established route, it has once again established itself as a leader in modern adventure timing.