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    I'm new in the Ball Watch Club

    Hello guys, I'm new in the club. This is my 1st Swiss mechanical watch:

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    It's a Ball Engineer Master II Diver II green version.

    Here's my attempt on a low light lum shot:
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    Re: I'm new in the Ball Watch Club

    Great choice. Well done and welcome.

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    Re: I'm new in the Ball Watch Club

    Congrats on the new Ball watch.
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    Re: I'm new in the Ball Watch Club

    That's a solid choice! Congrats on your first mechanical and your new Ball!
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    Very nice. That's one of the Ball watches I would really like.

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    Re: I'm new in the Ball Watch Club

    Sweet Watch! I just ordered one on Saturday. Same color too. Can't wait to get it on my wrist!

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    Re: I'm new in the Ball Watch Club

    congratulations, ball watches are built like tanks. Mine is very accurate, and the tritium tubes are a cool feature. I was a little trepid about that arrow-looking minute hand, but after using it in real life it looks really cool. Enjoy!
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    Re: I'm new in the Ball Watch Club

    Good first choice. You will like this watch.
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    Re: I'm new in the Ball Watch Club

    Thank u guys. I've been interested with Ball watches since a few years back.

    I like the Engineer Hydrocarbon Airborne as well, but it's out of my league. Haha. Anyway I'm still a happy Ball watch owner.

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    Re: I'm new in the Ball Watch Club

    Congratulation. The Engineering Master II line is my favorite line of Ball. And the Diver is on the top of my list.

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