Ball’s latest overbuilt tool watch is the Engineer Hydrocarbon Submarine Warfare. This ominously-named dive watch is available in two sizes (40 and 42 millimeters), two dial (black and blue) and bezel (steel and blue) configurations, and, of course, comes equipped with Ball’s famous glowing tritium tubes for that even, overnight glow.
The Submarine Warfare’s case is rendered in lightweight titanium, and both sizes measure 16.5 millimeters thick. As mentioned, all versions of the watch feature tritium gas tubes on the dial, hands, and bezel (16 tubes in total). The blue bezel option additionally features Super-LumiNova markings along with the tritium pip at 12, while the steel bezel only has the aforementioned pip. All bezels are unidirectional.
Additional specs include: anti-reflective sapphire glass, 300 meters of water resistance, 80,000A/m of resistance to magnetism, and patented crown and anti-shock protection systems. You can learn more about the latter here.