What makes Bell and Ross tick? Their newest limited edition watch exposes precisely those secretes. The new Bell and Ross BR-X1 Chronograph Tourbillon shows off the complicated machinery that is built to keep track of time. From the outside, it continues the Bell and Ross design standard, but the show inside the case makes this watch entirely different.
The Bell and Ross BR-X1 Chronograph Tourbillon is a limited edition version of the X1 series that features a dial with no floor. The tourbillon and all of the precision-engineered mechanics spin and swirl beneath the display, fully exposed for the owner to enjoy. In total, there are 282 components and 30 rubies within the watch’s case. Many of these are shown for the wearer’s delight.
Beyond the dazzling detail under the dial, the rest of the watch is everything you’d expect from a Bell and Ross. It features the rounded square case with big screws, the signature element of a Bell and Ross watch. It’s available in a grade 5 titanium finish or a rose gold alternate. I’m partial to the titanium, but wouldn’t begrudge you for digging the gold. [bell and ross]View in gallery View in gallery View in gallery
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