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  1. Today's Deal of The Day is the Ball Fireman Night Train II DLC

    Watches - Dealers and Manufacturers
    Today's Deal of The Day is the Ball Fireman Night Train II DLC It's 35% off at $1,364.35 Ball Fireman Night Train II DLC NM2092C-P-BK Movement: Automatic caliber BALL RR1103 Functions: - Hours, minutes, sweep seconds and date - 75 micro gas tubes on hour, minute, second hands and dial for...
  2. FSOT: Ball Night Train DLC 43mm

    Watches - Private Sellers and Sponsors
    For sale or trade: Functions: Hour, Minute, Sweep Second, Quick-set Date, 24 Hour Indicator Movement: BALL Automatic Calibre 124 (decorated ETA 2824-2) Dial: Black Case: 43mm Stainless Steel with DLC (diamond-like carbon) Coating Dimension: 43mm diameter, 11.5mm thick, 21mm lug width Crystal...
  3. My first Ball purchase, and I am stoked!

    Ball Forum
    Hi, First post here, first Ball watch! I wasn't actually in the market for a new watch but came across an AD in the UK, who had one Night Train DLC in stock on their website. The price seemed very favourable and as impulse purchases go, this was one of the quickest. I am really, really...
  4. SOLD***Ball Fireman Night Train Gen 1 UTC Tri-Colored - NM1092C - $1150 - Free Shipping

    Watches - Private Sellers and Sponsors
    SOLD******Up for sale is an Original Generation 1 Ball Fireman Night Train, with the “UTC” labeling and the tri-color lume. This is one of the early models before Ball changed the labeling from “UTC”, for Universal Time Coordinated, to “UMT”, for Universal Military Time; to avoid confusion of...
  5. SOLD*** Ball Watch Co. Fireman Night Train DLC - NM2092-C-BK $1,100 - Free Shipping

    Watches - Private Sellers and Sponsors
    SOLD Hello, for sale is my Ball Fireman Night Train DLC, it is in great condition, it was purchased new from Topper Fine Jewelers in February of 2013, as stated on the warranty card. It does have some minor signs of wear, and there is a 1/2" section on the case "bezel" where the DLC...
  6. FS: Ball Fireman Night Train II DLC 45mm

    Watches - Private Sellers and Sponsors
    Hi everyone, I bought this watch 1 week ago and tried to get used to its size, but I still have the feeling that it's to big for my wrist. Therefore I want to sell it here. I bought the Watch from an authorized Dealer in Hong Kong and it comes with Box, CD and all Papers (complete package). I...
  7. Selling my New Ball Fireman Night Train II 45mm new model 75 micro gas

    Watches - Private Sellers and Sponsors
    Hi Guys, Thought I could pull it off with a 45mm on my small wrists, but sadly too big for me! Since the day I bought this from a local Authorised Dealer in Singapore(Watches of Switzerland), I had only worn it 3 times and its been sitting in the box since. The watch is a beauty, and as good...
  8. FS: Ball Fireman Night Train, 2nd Generation

    Watches - Private Sellers and Sponsors
    Sold, thanks WUS.
  9. WTB Night Train 1st gen, Interim ver.

    WTB - Wanted to Buy
    Hey, been looking for the tri lume 1st generation Night Train (I have picked one up), Im looking now ONLY for the Interim version with Blue, Green, Red lume. Might also be known as the 2nd generation I think. I can be contacted through WUS or at [email protected] Tyty
  10. New to forum and just ordered my first Ball

    Ball Forum
    Hey, folks, I'm happy to be joining the ranks of Ball Watch owners. I just placed an order for an Engineer Master II Moon Glow, white face, steel bracelet, locomotive case back. I had to make sure the case back had the train because that's part of the allure for me. I understand that Ball...
  11. Wtb: Ball night train

    WTB - Wanted to Buy
    I am really looking for an original Ball Night Train DLC with either the rubber or calf strap. LNIB or mint from US AD. Please PM me thanks
  12. Oris TT3 (black) vs. Ball Night Train vs. Omega PO

    Public Forum
    Oris TT3 (black) vs. Ball Night Train vs. Omega PO I am looking to purchase one of the above watches. I would probably buy used here to save a little money. From what I've read here, folks really like the Omega quality, the Ball value, and Oris styling. Each watch has its merits it seems...