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    Ball tool watch??

    Hello, I’m just getting into watches and after a month of research bought my first; ball hydrocarbon (DM2136a)! I couldn’t be happier with it and has definitely stoked my watch passion. Im fishing for suggestions for a daily as the hydro is a bit too much watch. I’m in construction and need a watch a that’ll fit under my ppe when needed and be as scratch resistant as possible. Good lume important, Definitely want automatic movement.
    Trying to stay around or under 2k and am fine buying used. Thanks in advance!
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    Re: Ball tool watch??

    You may want to look at the Engineer II Volcano.
    Last edited by Sparrowhawk; January 6th, 2020 at 00:47.
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    Re: Ball tool watch??

    I agree with @Sparrowhawk. I think any of the watches in the Engineer II range will suit. They are sleeping m enough and will fit under your PPE easily.

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    Re: Ball tool watch??

    Roadmaster? Has the tool watch look going on.

    Can't beat Engineer II stuff either, so pick what you like.
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    Re: Ball tool watch??

    Engineer II is certainly durable enough, although the high-polished models can be scratch magnets.

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    Ball tool watch??

    Fireman NECC’s can be had used for under a grand and would be plenty rugged.


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