Bertucci E-1S Ballista Performance Field Watch
Bertucci E-1S Ballista Performance Field Watch
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A field watch is only as good as its components—and the Bertucci E-1S Ballista is hard to beat. Made with a sapphire crystal and a black solid 316L stainless steel case that’s water resistant to 200 meters, the E-1S Ballista is built for adverse conditions Read More

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Kizer
111
Oct 30, 2020
I like it, but is seems expensive; too much for me
Moleman
16
Sep 1, 2020
First it was great pizzas, now nice watches.. What's next?
BeastMD
99
Sep 2, 2020
Porn.
JohnKay
1
Aug 31, 2020
Good looking watch! While I'm not going to buy it because it's quartz, I would certainly pay another $250+ if it had Swiss automatic movement!
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RayF
23751
Nov 3, 2020
With you on the Hamilton anyway, less so on the Felix!
Joensuu
9
Nov 3, 2020
O yea I forgot the "buy first" aspect. I did buy the Khaki and won't buy either this Bertucci or the Felix, so I guess we're of a mind.
mclose
432
Aug 30, 2020
I have what I think is an rather average 7.5" (190mm) wrist. I think it would be helpful to have watch drops with a photo or two of the watch on the wrist (preferably on two different wrist sizes). Some watches wear larger/smaller for a variety of reasons. This is especially needed when you get into 44mm and larger cases.
RayF
23751
Nov 1, 2020
Apologies for my massive eight-inch, manly-man wrists fucking up the averages for everyone else ;- )
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Joensuu
9
Nov 3, 2020
Ahh those big ol' meat poles.
A community member
Jun 11, 2020
I didn’t know that my regional restaurant chain makes watches now... ;)
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Leoanger
264
Jun 9, 2020
I hereby declare that every decent-looking watch should be made in three sizes to appease everyone. Maybe even a special-order xs and xl to boot. Is that too much to ask??
jayonnaise
110
Jun 9, 2020
Leoanger
264
Jun 9, 2020
Nice of Drop to add a side shot. The curved lugs should make this fit a lot of wrists.. but it would still look wrong on mine.
Atoum
55
Jun 9, 2020
Fun looking design, even though the dimensions seem huge - 55 mm lug to lug???- I'm also wondering about the quality of the finishing , the pictures don't seem impressive on that front, but again that's only pictures. Hard to tell for sure without holding it in the steel, which will never happen to me thanks to those 6 inches long (if you're Italian) lugs.
RayF
23751
Jun 9, 2020
Not as dull looking as most field watches from this maker; good size, easy to read, ten-year battery is a plus--might actually out last you!
Keth
754
Jun 17, 2020
I don't know, I'm a fan of the A-4T Super Yankee, with tritium, just a shame they only make it in titanium, driving the cost up.
RayF
23751
Jun 17, 2020
At 44mm that one has plenty of presence--I can see why you like it. And at just over $400, I can see why you're a little reluctant to pull the trigger. Maybe it will show up on MD someday?
ChriscSG
12
Jun 9, 2020
Can't see how these materials are worth $100 more than the usual Bertucci's you get on MD...
JAone
677
Jun 9, 2020
Sapphire crystal, 10 year lithium battery, 200m WR, with screw down crown , and what looks like a very good lume and better finished case and strap. I think $169 is quite reasonable. An excellent work watch, particularly for first-responders, military and the like. Or just a daily bash about.
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