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Hi all, Being a bit of a Newbie to the world of watches I hadn't really heard of Ball before I joined this forum. So in a bid to learn more about them I went to ball's website. Really nice site and great watches, an EMII could well be my next acquisition (God this habit gets expensive and addictive quickly, I'm still waiting for my first watch to arrive and I'm already thinking about the third...fourth...)!!

But the one thing which was tormenting me while on the site was the music looping in the background. I couldn't think where I recognised it from for ages but it finally dawned on me that its the theme from The Hunt for Red October. Is there any significance in this? Or did someone at ball just think it went with their image? Hoping someone will know!!


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