Rolex Watches Cleveland Ohio
Webster Clay Ball, who founded BALL Fake Watches UK in 1891 is particularly famous for establishing the first chronometry standards used by American railroad companies. Before Ball’s era, the unreliability of the Swiss Replica Watches used on the railroad networks in fact made traveling by train a haphazard business, which led to the introduction of a system of checks and inspections under the guidance of Webb C. Ball. The watchmaker from Cleveland, Ohio, laid down strict standards of quality, accuracy and design for all the Replica Watches UK used on the railroads and became the precursor of a whole new generation of timepieces.
The system developed by Webb C. Ball at the end of the 19th century upheld such high standards of accuracy and reliability that it inspired the Official Swiss Chronometer Testing Institute (Contrôle officiel suisse des chronomètres in French or COSC) to issue its own certification standards in 1973.
The Swiss-made automatic mechanical movement of the Engineer II Pioneer is, of course, a certified chronometer. The 40mm polished stainless steel case represents BALL’s careful consideration to a cheap Replica Rolex Watches design that is both classic and sporty. The RR (“RailRoad”) monogram stands out delicately at the end of the seconds hand and subtly recalls BALL’s railroad heritage. The anti-reflective sapphire crystal incorporates a Cyclops magnifying lens positioned over the date window at 3 o’clock, making it very easy to read.
The Engineer II Pioneer is available in two classic colors: black enamel and silver.
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Easy legibility of a timepiece both by day and by night is one of BALL Watch’s mottos. In order for mechanical watches to be read even in total darkness, BALL Watch Company uses state-of-the-art Swiss technology that consists in encapsulating H3 luminescent gas in glass micro tubes. These micro gas lights are then added to the numerals, index and hands of the Replica Rolex watches. Its luminosity is up to a hundred times more effective than other light sources commonly used in watchmaking.
In the dark, the numerals give off a strong yellow light that contrasts with the ice blue coloring of the other markers, while the hands are distinguished by a green glow, BALL’s corporate color.
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Likewise, the timepiece’s understated and elegant dial is kept free of any unnecessary detail that could reduce its readability. It is available in two classic colors: black enamel and silver.