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    New here with a question

    I fell in love with this watch on a video. It seemed like this a limited watch. Does anyone know if there is a regular production version that I can look into, or do I just need to look for a used one? I found the picture on the internet. The video was some Wallingford named guy.

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    Re: New here with a question

    Quote Originally Posted by Yani22 View Post
    I fell in love with this watch on a video. It seemed like this a limited watch. Does anyone know if there is a regular production version that I can look into, or do I just need to look for a used one? I found the picture on the internet. The video was some Wallingford named guy.
    Charles Walhingford is what you meant. He used to post a lot of Ball Watches in his video and now does cigars.

    Unfortunately, these are not current stock.

    You need to source a new old stock (NOS) from shops that are ADs, ex- ADs or Grey dealers like Jomashop if you want new.

    However, if you’re happy with used, look around the sales section of the forums.

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    Re: New here with a question

    Might also look at eBay for NOS Ball watches.
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    Re: New here with a question

    The watch is a Ball Engineer Hydrocarbon Spacemaster Orbital I.

    It may not have the 'I' or '1' listed in the name, however, there is a 'II' or second generation. I prefer the second generation, it does not have the star on the dial.

    The EHC Orbital also came is a silver dial version.

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