Ball Watch is an American watch company with headquarters in Switzerland. The founder of Ball Watch, Webb C. Ball, was the first jeweler to use Standard Time time signals in 1883 and subsequently held important positions in the railroad industry. Ball established guidelines for the manufacturing of precision timepieces, including resistance to magnetism, reliability of time keeping in 5 positions, isochronism, power reserve and dial arrangement.
The Ball Watch Company eventually grew out of the jewellery business. In the 1940s, after having used American movements, Ball Watch switched to Swiss movements. Today, notable Ball Watch lines are the Ball Watch Engineer, Ball Watch Engineer II, Ball Watch Engineer Master II, Ball Watch Engineer Hydrocarbon, Ball Watch Trainmaster, Ball Watch Conductor, Ball Watch Fireman. There also is a collaboration with car company BMW resulting in the Ball Watch BMW collection. Our large watch database has the latest Ball Watch prices and tells collectors which Ball watch dealers have a Ball watch for sale – often with discounts compared to the regular Ball watch price list. To learn more about collecting Ball men’s watches, Ball replica watches and used Ball watches, many collectors go to a large Ball watch forum. WatchTimes publishes Ball watches review stories, we only test new Ball watches and no used Ball watches (who are sometimes offered online through private Ball watches ebay sales). WatchTime’s coverage of Ball Watch Co. with in-depth articles featuring popular Ball mens watches, like the Ball Watch Trainmaster and Ball Watch Hydrocarbon. We also frequently cover the latest Ball product releases and speak with Ball Watch managers to show you where the company is headed. If you are a Ball Watch collector, visit our channel frequently.