• Limited edition (371/999) power reserve Bell & Ross watch<br>in stainless steel with caliber ETA 2892
  • Limited edition (371/999) power reserve Bell & Ross watch<br>in stainless steel with caliber ETA 2892
  • Limited edition (371/999) power reserve Bell & Ross watch<br>in stainless steel with caliber ETA 2892
  • Limited edition (371/999) power reserve Bell & Ross watch<br>in stainless steel with caliber ETA 2892
  • Limited edition (371/999) power reserve Bell & Ross watch<br>in stainless steel with caliber ETA 2892
  • Limited edition (371/999) power reserve Bell & Ross watch<br>in stainless steel with caliber ETA 2892
  • Limited edition (371/999) power reserve Bell & Ross watch<br>in stainless steel with caliber ETA 2892

Limited edition (371/999) power reserve Bell & Ross watch in stainless steel with caliber ETA 2892

Brand:Bell & Ross
Model:BR01-97 – Power Reserve – Limited edition 371/999
Year:Contemporary
Material:Stainless Steel
Size - diameter excluding winding crown:46mm
Size - length including lugs:55mm
Condition:Excellent
Price:Sold

Limited edition (371/999) power reserve Bell & Ross watch in stainless steel with caliber ETA 2892

The BR 01 model takes inspiration from the aesthetics of the clocks in the cockpit of a plane (a circle within a square).

Excellent condition, Bell & Ross power reserve climb wristwatch with square black case and round black dial with white Arabic numerals for hours. The hands are black and white with “Sword” style. The power reserve is at 8 o’clock in yellow and at 4 o’clock comes the climb. At 3 o’clock you have the window for the date. It is a screwed crown with BR logo. It is a screwed back case with engraved outside “ Limited Edition – BR01-97-SCI-371/999 – Do not unscrew – Stainless steel – Automatic movement – Water resistant – 100M/325FT – Swiss made”. The watch has an ETA 2892 caliber with 21 jewels. The watch comes with a BR rubber strap and black BR buckle. Being a limited edition, this watch is a very nice collectible.

History

Bell & Ross was founded in 1992 as a university project between two lifelong friends, Bruno Belamich (Bell) and Carlos A. Rosillo (Ross), both of whom shared a vision of producing functional and durable timepieces. With their simple idea of ‘function shapes form’, they changed the world of horology, as we know it today. In terms of inspiration, the ampersand-logoed French brand has drawn from the history of aviation and the military specifications and technological advances that accompany it; as a result, each product that rolls from the assembly line is produced with the highest visual and performing qualities. With this philosophy in mind, early models, such as the Space 1 (which was the first automatic chronometer to be worn in space) and the Bomb Disposal Type (a piece of wrist armor that made the harrowing job of defusing explosives much easier) grabbed the attention of enthusiasts. The brand identifies itself as the benchmark in the world of professional aviation wristwatches.

Technical details

Automatic movement with caliber ETA 2892 with 21 jewels, 28,800 A/h and 42 hours of power reserve.

Measurements

Diameter excluding winding crown: 46mm
Length including lugs: 55mm

Price: Sold