Ball introduces a new addition to its Engineer Hydrocarbon series with a model that places its luminescent micro gas tubes under the dial for the first time ever. These gas tubes allow the watch to be readable in the darkest environments and they're complemented by gas tubes that are placed under a layer of protective sapphire crystal on the watch's unidirectional bezel. The bezel also has special indents for easier use with gloves or hands and you've got 660 feet of water resistance for deep dives. The movement is an ETA-based caliber RR1102-CSL with a power reserve of 38 hours.
£2,490-£2,630 (approx. $3,101-$3,398), ballwatch.com