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As brand am­bas­sadors go, Guillaume Néry may not be as glob­ally rec­og­nized as the likes of David Beck­ham and Chis­tiano Ron­aldo, but he’s ar­guably as gifted.

The French elite sports­man holds sev­eral con­stant weight free div­ing world records and won the World Cham­pi­onship at Kala­mata in 2011 with an in­cred­i­ble 117 me­tre dive. Néry also holds the lat­est French record af­ter reach­ing a depth of 126 me­tres on Septem­ber 9th, 2015. He is the per­fect face to rep­re­sent a new div­ing watch from Ball Watch, who he’s been with for nine years now, per­son­i­fy­ing the link be­tween watch­mak­ing and free div­ing, both re­quir­ing ex­treme pre­ci­sion, re­li­a­bil­ity and per­for­mance. This long-stand­ing part­ner­ship with Ball Watch has re­sulted in some im­pres­sive watches over the years in the ‘En­gi­neer Mas­ter II’ col­lec­tion. Th­ese sturdy time­pieces com­ply with the many re­quire­ments im­posed by deep-sea div­ing as well as be­ing aes­thet­i­cally easy on the eye with ex­cep­tional per­for­mance.

The lat­est it­er­a­tion is the re-edi­tion of the En­gi­neer Mas­ter II Diver, a rein­ter­pre­ta­tion of the es­sen­tial char­ac­ter­is­tics that have un­der­scored the suc­cess of the line. A ma­jor fea­ture of the En­gi­neer Mas­ter II div­ing watches is the in­ter­nal ro­tat­ing bezel used to count down dive time us­ing an ex­tremely pre­cise notch sys­tem.

Op­er­ated us­ing the chis­eled, ex­tremely easy to han­dle ex­ter­nal bezel, its uni­di­rec­tional ro­ta­tion en­sures diver safety by pre­vent­ing any ac­ci­den­tal move­ment that might oth­er­wise over­es­ti­mate the max­i­mum dive time.

The au­to­matic BALL RR1102 move­ment en­sures pre­ci­sion dis­play of the hours, min­utes, sec­onds, day and date. With its stan­dard di­am­e­ter of 42mm this is an im­pres­sive and ro­bust watch, avail­able with a stain­less steel bracelet with a fold­ing buckle or a rubber strap with a stan­dard buckle.

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