John, have a look at some of the iconic timepieces of Bell & Ross

After leaving your comment John, I thought I´ll show the most iconic timepieces of Bell & Ross while you are waiting for the 2013 novelties to be presented here. Unfortunately this will still last a while …

John I hope you and everyone else here likes these watches! 🙂

 

Hydromax 11100 M

This divers watch is filled with a transparent liquid called Hydroil. In 1998 it set a new world record in deep diving. The watch reached 11.100 meters. The Hydromax is based on technology from the German manufacturer SINN.

 

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Vintage WW1 Heure Sautante

A classical watch from Bell & Ross fitted with a movement with jumping hours developed by the Swiss watchmaker Vincent Calabrese.

 

 

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BR 01 Red Radar

The BR 01 looks like an old radar and you read the time in a very different way. The virtual echoes generated by the radar indicate the hours and minutes

 

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BR 01 Tourbillon

The proof that Bell & Ross can also produce complicated timepieces. This BR 01 implements the following functions: tourbillon, regulator display, power reserve and trust indication

 

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BR 01 Minuteur Tourbillon

This is another proof for the capabilities of Bell & Ross: Tourbillon, chronograph with fly-back function, power reserve indication and independent small second indication.

 

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  • I love the simply elegant dial and the complications on the WW1… Not sure which is my favorite version as they are both great watches.

    Thanks for posting this and I am looking forward to the new releases.

    John

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