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    Re: Ball Engineer M Marvelight

    I've seen the same on other watches.
    It wasn't this time until now. - Me.

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    Re: Ball Engineer M Marvelight

    OK, it's plausible.
    But your watches (for the owners that attached the pictures here) are the same ?

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    Re: Ball Engineer M Marvelight

    I'm curious what people think about the new clasp in comparison to the old one? I like the engraved BALL clasp which is lucky as that's what my Marvelight has.

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    Re: Ball Engineer M Marvelight

    I have had both on the Marvelight and thought the round RR was very nicely done and looked better IMO. However with the new design it doesnt matter which side you close first where the other one was only one way. I also like the tapper on the New one better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Smyth View Post
    I have had both on the Marvelight and thought the round RR was very nicely done and looked better IMO. However with the new design it doesnt matter which side you close first where the other one was only one way. I also like the tapper on the New one better.
    So I've been wondering, can you get the M Marvelight (40mm) with the tapered bracelet? Also, are they doing it in the 904l steel? Not sure if anyone knows the answers to these questions. Both would be a huge plus in my book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PetrosD View Post
    Which model is this? I’m looking for a simple Ball without the large end links that stick out past the lugs, so this model would be perfect for me.
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    Re: Ball Engineer M Marvelight

    I had a Ball roadmaster with in house movement and it was pretty dam accurate but I cannot attest to the other versions.

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