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BALL Watch Company has created the dream watch for the outdoor enthusiasts

The renowned watch designer partnered with Ducks Unlimited and Mossy Oak to craft a timepiece ideal for hunters, hikers and explorers to wear while pursuing their passion.

A pioneer in the time-keeping industry, BALL Watch Company has been producing quality watches since 1891 and their latest partnership is no different. Designed with outdoor enthusiasts at the forefront, the BALL Fireman Ducks Unlimited is a Swiss-engineered, high-precision timepiece that tackles the challenges adventurers know all too well.

With inconsistent lighting a common complication outdoors, the limited edition piece showcases BALL’s patented micro-gas light tritium markers, ensuring luminosity and legibility for wearers for up to 25 years. BALL has also taken the opportunity to release two distinctive models, a flexibility that guarantees satisfaction in terms of capability, suitability and personal preference.

The black dial model is a 40-milimetre stainless steel watch that is both water and shock resistant, with features such as a 38-hour power reserve, satin-brushed bracelet, sleek low-illumination dial, screw-down crown, and an embossed Ducks Unlimited commemorative case back. The first 200 orders of the black model will receive an additional Mossy Oak Original Bottomland camo NATO strap, inspired by battlefield-issued nylon watch bands once worn by British soldiers.

Alternatively, customers may prefer the camouflage model, which includes similar features to the black dial watch  with the addition of a low-illumination Mossy Oak Original Bottomland camouflage dial and a numbered Ducks Unlimited commemorative case back.

The BALL Fireman Ducks Unlimited watch is available exclusively at Ball Watch, with a portion of each sale benefiting the Ducks Unlimited wetlands conservation effort.

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