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BR Minuteur Tourbillon

BR Minuteur Tourbillon

by Bell & Ross

The BR Minuteur Tourbillon is the most complicated watch to date for the young and successful watch manufacturer. The new style of case is made with 18 karat rose gold, 44mm high, 50mm wide, and hand polished with a fine satin finish. The 18 karat gold tourbillon carriage is displayed at Six o'clock and the innovative dial allows the flyback chronograph to measure both minutes and tenth of hours. Keeping with the Bell & Ross philosophy of making watches for professionals, the Minuteur sports a water resistance rating of 100 meters.

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BR Minuteur 18KRG


Black steel and carbon fiber dial with separated dials for time display and chronograph functions. Aperture at Six offers a view of gold tourbillon carriage.


Black, vulcanized rubber, Bell & Ross strap with 18 Karat rose gold tang buckle.


18 karat pink gold rectangular with height of 44mm and 50mm wide, stylized bezel with four adorning screws, sapphire crystal, screw-locking crown, screw-down back.


Proprietary, manual winding, mechanical movement with pink gold and aluminum bridges with flyback chronograph functions, three day power reserve, one-minute tourbillon, and power reserve indication functions.


Limited edition of 30 pieces.


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