#5865 Ball Trainmaster Worldtime Chronograph circa 2014/15

Ball Trainmaster Worldtime Chronograph circa 2014/15
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2014/2015 Ball Catalouge

Ball Worldtime CM2052D automatic chronograph circa 2014/15 with world time moving disc, 43 mm wide excluding the screw down crown. The watch works and keeps precise time on the wrist. The chronograph starts, stops and resets as it should. It has a sapphire crystal over the dial and an exhibition back revealing a beautifully adorned movement. Watch has the original high quality Ball bracelet, though no extra links, it fits a 18.4 cm (7.25 inch) wrist.
Stainless steel case with a stainless steel bracelet. Fixed stainless steel bezel. Black dial with silver-tone hands and index hour markers. Minute markers. 24 hour markers. Worldtime cities listed around the outer rim. Dial Type: Analog. Luminescent hands and markers. Day of the week and date display at the 3 o’clock position. Chronograph – three sub-dials displaying: 60 second, 30 minute and 12 hours. Ball calibre RR1502 (Valjoux 7750) automatic movement with a 48-hour power reserve. Scratch resistant sapphire crystal. Screw down crown. Transparent case back. Band width: 21 mm. Fold over clasp. Water resistant at 50 meters / 165 feet. Functions: chronograph, date, day of the week, hour, minute, second. Dress watch style. Watch label: Swiss Made. Ball Trainmaster Worldtime Automatic Chronograph Men’s Watch CM2052D-SJ-BK. Photos are magnified and show details not seen by naked eye, the case measures 43 mm across (not including crown) x 51 mm lug to lug x 15.3 mm deep.
About Ball Watch company
Ball Watch company was founded by the American jeweler Webster Clay Ball in 1891.

In 1891 there was a collision between two trains in Ohio, which occurred because an engineer’s watch had stopped. The railroad officials commissioned Webb C. Ball as their Chief Time Inspector, in order to establish precision standards and a reliable timepiece inspection system for railroad chronometers.

He established strict guidelines for the manufacturing of sturdy, reliable precision timepieces especially for the railroads.

Ball’s original jewelry business in Cleveland grew into the Ball Watch Company (currently headquartered in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland).

The company today manufactures a wide range of timepieces, and continues to manufacture watches for train engineers and conductors. They are well known for watches with Micro gas tube illumination (instead of SuperLuminova), anti-magnetic protection, shock resistance, crown protection systems and cold temperature endurance.

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