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Spécifications

Gamme de prix

$5,000 - $10,000

No. du manufacturier

126SPORT

Bracelet

Stainless steel link bracelet or black calfskin strap.

Boitier

43mm stainless steel case. Domed sapphire crystal. Exhibition back. Bezel with printed metal insert graduated in 10 minute intervals.

Mouvement

ETA 2894 automatic chronograph movement.

Cadran

Black dial with luminescent arabic numerals. Baton hands. Bicompax subdials. Date.

Variations

Produits reliés

Postes lies sur le Baily Blogue

Bell & Ross WW1 Monopoussoir

2012 octobre 03

The WW1 series has been garnering a lot of accolades for Bell & Ross. A break from their “traditional” Instruments, the WW1 collection has a unique style that ends up being a very distinctive dress watch. Styled to resemble pocket watches converted into wristwatches (complete with add-on strap lugs) the WW1s are quite unique in the market – the closest comparison I can think of would be the Panerai Radiomir with its wire lugs and cushion case. This year BR expanded the collection by adding several new versions, including the 42mm Argentium and Jump Hour models, and the 45mm Monopusher (officially called the Monopoussoir). These models mark a significant step upmarket for Bell & Ross.

Bell & Ross Turn Coordinator

2012 août 10

Another year, and another series of Bell & Ross Instrument limited editions are out. It’s been a tradition for the company to release a new series of variations on the BR01 theme each season to renew interest in the ever-popular collection and give something for collectors to drool over. This year we had three new versions to look forward to, all paying homage to genuine aircraft instruments – the Horizon, the Altimeter, and the Turn Coordinator. The Horizon and Altimeter are forthcoming; in the meantime we have received the Turn Coordinator, a model that takes the disc-based time display of the Compass and Radar models and updates it for 2012.

New Bell & Ross WW2 Bomber Regulateur

2012 juillet 16

Bell & Ross has been releasing many new and distinctive watches lately, departing from their tried-and-true Instrument series to offer some more unique timepieces. Last year we saw the release of the WW1 series, inspired by early wristwatches adapted from pocket watches often used during the First World War. This year they continue the vintage military theme with the introduction of the WW2 Bomber Regulateur, a rather strange watch designed to emulate a particular style of timing instrument used during the Second World War.