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About Ball Watch

From a rock ‘n roll legend from the band Kiss, Eric Singer, to famous actor and comedian Will Ferrell, the Ball watch brand is both popular and beloved. This watch has been in space, to the deepest depths of the ocean and even to the top of the highest mountains in the world. When it comes to integrity, you won’t find a brand that delivers more value, style, or luxury than Ball watches.

History of Ball Watches

The Ball Watch brand is an American watch company that is currently based in La Chaux-de-Fonds Switzerland. It was originally founded in 1891 in Cleveland, Ohio by Webb C. Ball. This company is directly linked to the railroad industry in the U.S. Today, this watch company is considered to be one of the most established and respected in the country. The product range is continually updated to keep up with the evolving consumer patterns. While there have been changes in the appearance of the watch over the years, the founding spirit of this brand – industrial function – has never been compromised.

What Makes Ball Watches so Appealing

While there are countless factors that make the Ball watch brand extremely appealing, it’s the small, almost unnoticeable details that really stand out. From the style of the numerals to the shape of the hands, the design and look of the watch holds true to the founding values of the company and brand.

Why You Should Purchase a Pre-Owned Ball Timepiece?

For over 100 years, Ball watches have offered superior time keeping capabilities for both men and women. While the newer models may seem appealing, wouldn’t you love to have a piece of history on your wrist? You can find a wide array of historic styles available through our website at WatchBox. We have more than a few used Ball watch styles available, with new ones arriving all the time.

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