BALL Watch Revolutionary Enamel PaintPRINT®

Honour the special people and moments in your life on the case back of your BALL timepiece. NM2188C_ENG_Enamel PaintPRINT-01

Proud to be at the cutting edge of innovation technically wise, BALL Watch Company also knows how to stand out in terms of ideas and creative designs. The brand’s latest campaigns increasingly involved customers to be part of the production process by proposing different types of personalisation. Today, the brand introduces a new groundbreaking customisation process.

Inspired from the traditional pocket watches worn by the railroad employees, this option allows the addition of a personal photograph on the case back using revolutionary enamel PaintPRINT ®. Because time is not only measured in hours, minutes and seconds, but also in moments and the people you share them with. Very intuitive, a platform on BALL online shop offers customers to simply upload a photograph of their choice and celebrate the moments and people that empower them to live the life they want.

Signature of the brand, all BALL models are featured with an advanced Swiss luminous technology, the H₃ micro gas tubes – enabling clear time reading at any hour. Without requiring any external source of light or power, this technology is up to 100 times brighter than conventional luminous paint used in the watch industry. To make the back shine as bright as the front, BALL uses state-of-the-art enamel paint to apply each personal photograph in fine detail. A sapphire crystal protects the enamel painted photograph and can withstand a fall from one metre – guaranteeing the photo to last a lifetime.

Personalised name engraving or message on the case back is also a customising option alongside the enamel photo. Customers can bring the moments they hold close even closer with this special and robust customisation feature.


The enamel paint feature is available on selected Fireman and Engineer models at

Today, more than ever, BALL Watch is continuing its journey and asserting its role as a key protagonist in the exploration of modern time and the evolution of watchmaking history.