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    engineer master ii diver worldtimer

    hey guys...been a while since my last post in WUS.

    so this is my recent purchase.

    im very happy with this watch...the minor gripe i have is just quite hard to set WT on the go...





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    Re: engineer master ii diver worldtimer

    I love this watch, and just can't figure out why it is such a good price when you purchase one used. Other Ball watches tend to be more expensive, but offer less value in my opinion. Can someone explain why to me?

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    Re: engineer master ii diver worldtimer

    It's not that hard to set while traveling once you get used to it. A lot of times, I'll just rotate the bezel to correct the Worldtime dial.

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    Re: engineer master ii diver worldtimer

    Nice watch. On my wish list.

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    Re: engineer master ii diver worldtimer

    My first and favorite Ball.


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    Re: engineer master ii diver worldtimer



    Congrats. That's a really nice watch. It's been a while since my last post. This is my second Ball. There are so many nice Ball watched to choose from and this is definitely one if the top ones for me. I recently upgraded straps on both watches. Here is my worldtimer (Dahka edition). I love this watch and was looking for a strap that would make the face pop even more.


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    Re: engineer master ii diver worldtimer

    hey i have a question regarding my engineer master diver worldtimer.

    is the bazel supose to be hard to turn ? clockwise and counter clockwise.

    and is the bezel supose to turn both way or just one way ?

    thank you very much

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    Re: engineer master ii diver worldtimer

    Quote Originally Posted by p3l3r View Post
    hey i have a question regarding my engineer master diver worldtimer.

    is the bazel supose to be hard to turn ? clockwise and counter clockwise.

    and is the bezel supose to turn both way or just one way ?

    thank you very much
    Good question. I'll check my Worldtime for you when I get home.
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    Re: engineer master ii diver worldtimer

    Hard to turn? I wouldn't say so, but the detents are pretty positive, it definitely has a "ratchet" feel to it.

    The bezel is bidirectional - one of the significant benefits of an internal bezel. You don't have to worry about it getting bumped and messing up your dive time.

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    Re: engineer master ii diver worldtimer

    Quote Originally Posted by ~tc~ View Post
    Hard to turn? I wouldn't say so, but the detents are pretty positive, it definitely has a "ratchet" feel to it.

    The bezel is bidirectional - one of the significant benefits of an internal bezel. You don't have to worry about it getting bumped and messing up your dive time.
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