Yes, Your MajestY
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.