Bell & Ross
In the beginning, a team of watch designers and aeronautical control panel specialists joined forces with one project in mind: to create timepieces perfectly suited for professional use. Their goal: to be part of the great Swiss watchmaking tradition while meeting the demands of men facing extreme situations.
The result a range of superbly engineered time pieces the latest of which is the BR05 our featured range this month. Visit us in store or Shop Online to find your Bell & Ross.
INTRODUCING THE BR05
The BR05 belongs to the family of watched with and integrated case: the bracelet fuses with the case to create a unified piece. This type of design harks back to the seventies, and when transposed to Bell & Ross, it creates a result with a graphic style which is both striking and modern.
Launched in 2007. In 2017 Bell & Ross made a strong impression in the diving world with its BR03-92 Diver that boasts the iconic BR square and functional lines. It reaffirms the brand’s ability to produce professional underwater instruments.
Each Bell & Ross watch is designed to match its specific environment. For divers, Bell & Ross has developed tools that are perfectly suited for underwater exploration.
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To create the BR01 aviation watch, our designers took their inspiration from aeronautical instrumentation, the ultimate reference point for legibility and reliability. No longer exclusively reserved for pilots, it has become an iconic watch to the great delight of watch collectors.
The Vintage WW1 (Wrist Watch 1) pays tribute to the first wristwatches worn by pilots in the 1920s. It features a distinctive large fob watch type diameter, wire lugs welded to the sides of the watch and a thin elegant yet strong leather strap.
Both sporty and elegant, Vintage BR watches are evocative of an era that inspires modern men in search of authenticity: the era of the cool, rather wacky racing drivers of the Seventies. As in this decade, Bell & Ross Vintage BR watches are designed to be worn in all circumstances, with a three-piece suit during the week or with jeans at the weekend; and, of course, behind the wheel of fine cars.