Ball Watch is an organization born out of its founder’s absolute passion for punctuality and safety. Webster C. Ball started as a fledgling watchmaker for the American railroad network. It was in 1891 when passenger train collisions were a common accident which prompted Mr. Ball to design a timepiece with better precision so as to enhance punctuality which ultimately results in safety for trains. From that very first Ball Watch came an entire family of timepieces with deep historical association with the U.S. railroads. From then on, Ball Watch has grown immensely — trailblazing new avenues like technical diving and aviation. while holding on to its colorful past. A perfect example for the brand’s commendable evolution is the Ball Watch Engineer Hydrocarbon that watch aficionados simply can’t help but consider as one of the most state-of-the-art timepieces in the market today.
Go and check out the Engineer Hydrocarbon and other powerful but handsome Ball Watch timepieces at Sylvan's on Main Street, Columbia.