Just like its predecessor, the Engineer Master II Skindiver II takes its inspiration directly from the first “BALL Skindiver” timepiece conceived in 1962 in response to the increasing popularity of underwater diving in the United States, the original homeland of BALL watches. The launch of this watch followed the creation of the “Underwater Society of America”in 1959. This public organization is responsible for promotional work and providing training in relation to diving, as well as organizing competitions. A practice dating back several thousand years, diving developed as a sport and method for exploring the seabed after the Second World War. It gradually split into two codes: scuba diving and skin diving or free diving.
Automatic caliber BALL RR1103-C