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PostSubject: Ball's new Engineer Master II Voyager   Thu Jan 26, 2017 2:53 pm

Anyone have a chance to see Ball Watch's new Engineer Master II Voyager?

There are actually two case sizes in 40mm, and 44mm stainless steel, AR coated sapphire crystals,
Amortiser anti-shock system whihis shock resistant up to 5,000G's, 100m WR, black, or blue dials
with 74 thin micro gas tubes on the dial, and hands, Super-Luminova coated seconds hand, dual time,
and 12 o'clock date window display. Not to mention the Ball caliber RR1301 automatic inside, along
with black leather strap, and stainless steel bracelet.

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PostSubject: Re: Ball's new Engineer Master II Voyager   Fri Jan 27, 2017 7:25 am

WOW!

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PostSubject: Re: Ball's new Engineer Master II Voyager   Fri Jan 27, 2017 1:05 pm

sixtysix wrote:
WOW!


Smile Kind of mixes the past with the present doesn't it Gary?!

You have some amazing modern technology with the shock absorbtion, and gas tubes,
but then an all around classic design from the numbers to the case !

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PostSubject: Re: Ball's new Engineer Master II Voyager   Fri Jan 27, 2017 1:12 pm

I really like this design. It has the mix of past and present like you said but also has the future covered with the 74 super thin micro tubes....I think this is the first time I have seen ones this small used. $1600 bucks now or the price goes up to $3000 if wait a month!! I just bought a half dozen watches for about this same amount....I should have waited Smile (but I always say that)

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PostSubject: Re: Ball's new Engineer Master II Voyager   Fri Jan 27, 2017 1:29 pm

sixtysix wrote:
I really like this design. It has the mix of past and present like you said but also has the future covered with the 74 super thin micro tubes....I think this is the first time I have seen ones this small used. $1600 bucks now or the price goes up to $3000 if wait a month!! I just bought a half dozen watches for about this same amount....I should have waited Smile  (but I always say that)

cheers Really liking this one a lot also Gary ! The design, and technology hit on all cylinders. But have to say
that you're half dozen new pick-ups were way worth it !!!

Also, you can bet there will be other models from them that come out with the same technology, and that
maybe even are the same price, or less in the future ! Smile

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