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Ball Fireman Stormchaser DLC Glow Watch Video





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Uploaded on Jun 22, 2011

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Webster Clay Ball (October 6, 1847 -- 1922) was a jeweler and watchmaker born in Fredericktown, Ohio. After a two-year apprenticeship to a jeweler, Ball settled in Cleveland, Ohio to join a jewelry store. When Standard Time was adopted in 1883, he was the first jeweler to use time signals from the United States Naval Observatory, bringing accurate time to Cleveland.

In 1891 there was a collision between Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway trains at Kipton, Ohio, which occurred because an engineer's watch had stopped. The railroad officials commissioned Webb C. Ball as their Chief Time Inspector, in order to establish precision standards and a reliable timepiece inspection system for railroad chronometers.

He established strict guidelines for the manufacturing of sturdy, reliable precision timepieces, including resistance to magnetism

Ball Fireman Stormchaser DLC Glow Watch
Model #cm2192c-p2-bk

LIMITED EDITION TO 1999 UNITS WORLDWIDE Movement: Automatic caliber ETA 7750 Functions: Hours, minutes, subsidiary second, day and date, Chronograph with accumulated measurement up to 12 hours, Tachymeter, 66 micro gas tubes on hour, minute, second hands and dial for night reading capability Shock resistance: withstands 5,000Gs shock test Water resistance: 100m Case: Stainless steel with DLC coating, Ø43mm, height 15.8mm, Anti-reflective convex sapphire crystal, Screwed-in crowns Band: Rubber strap with standard buckle Limited Edition: 1,999 pcs Ball Fireman Stormchaser DLC Glow Limted Edition Watch.

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