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WW1 Heritage

WW1 Heritage

in the WW1 Collection
by Bell & Ross

Bell & Ross' take on the classic pilot's design, featuring a grey-PVD finish 45mm case and signature tan Heritage strap.

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Specifications

Price Range

$2,500 - $5,000

Vendor SKU

WW1HERITAGE

Dial

Black dial with tan coloured printed arabic numerals. Outer scale shows minutes/seconds, inner scale the hours. Luminescent sword-shaped hands and centre sweep seconds.

Bracelet

Tan Heritage calfskin strap with gray PVD tang buckle.

Case

45mm stainless steel matte case with medium-gray PVD finish. Closed caseback and sapphire crystal.

Movement

Swiss ETA 2892 movement.

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