Nwa!! The First Ball in the collection

Been looking at balls for a while.....no pun intended.

Finally pulled the trigger on an amazing 904L steel marvelight.

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Supremely cool! I especially love Ball's slightly wider indexes; gives it such a planted and masculine look, without being ostentatious.

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Konsalik

Supremely cool! I especially love Ball's slightly wider indexes; gives it such a planted and masculine look, without being ostentatious.

Yeah I agree. It's also shocking how many specs it shares with a rolex milgauss too. 

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Wow, that’s stunning!

Congrats 🍻

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My husband has been looking for the perfect ball watch for ages and is still on the search. I love how solid they feel in the hand and on the wrist. The nicest tritium watches in my opinion.

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Great watch! I prefer this NWA, though. 
 

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Always thought these were super sharp looking timepieces! Congrats

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Pretty good alternative to a Rolex Datejust if you ask me, from a distance probably indistinguishable 

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Very nice watch. I have been looking at getting the same one but with the blue dial. You will have to let me know how it is. 

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No puns intended, but puns certainly interpreted.  😂  Nice watch though.

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Wow is that a sharp watch, both literally and metaphorically!

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OlDirtyBezel

Great watch! I prefer this NWA, though. 
 

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Don't we all.....

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Congrats on the pickup! What’s your impression of the tritium so far? I’ve been curious on how useful that is (or isn’t) for daily wear when compared with regular lume?

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NathanWritesWatches

Congrats on the pickup! What’s your impression of the tritium so far? I’ve been curious on how useful that is (or isn’t) for daily wear when compared with regular lume?

After owning it for about a month now, I can honestly say that the Tritium is great. I don't know why more companies don't use it. It's amazing in darkness always just glowing away. My Seikos are initially brighter for about 10 mins then they fade whereas this is a constant glow. Very cool and handy on the night-stand!

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Blacksenate

After owning it for about a month now, I can honestly say that the Tritium is great. I don't know why more companies don't use it. It's amazing in darkness always just glowing away. My Seikos are initially brighter for about 10 mins then they fade whereas this is a constant glow. Very cool and handy on the night-stand!

I’ve never seen it in the metal, but its a feature that I‘m really intrigued by. Other brands that I’m aware if that utilize it (Marathon and Bertucci) are still reasonably priced. Checking the time during the night is the most practical use of lume... but if it’s hardly up for the task it seems tritium would be more popular. I wonder if it’s just something brands can’t do in house.

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NathanWritesWatches

I’ve never seen it in the metal, but its a feature that I‘m really intrigued by. Other brands that I’m aware if that utilize it (Marathon and Bertucci) are still reasonably priced. Checking the time during the night is the most practical use of lume... but if it’s hardly up for the task it seems tritium would be more popular. I wonder if it’s just something brands can’t do in house.

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It's a cool soft glow and they're able to use different colours which is really cool!