We all know that the Bell & Ross square-cased BR models drew their inspiration from gauges in aircraft cockpits. Granted, in recent years, that has been kind of diluted to include novelty models like the BAPE edition and the Cyber Skull Sapphire, for example.
Pack with so much information at a glance, you’d be forgiven for mistaking the Bell & Ross BR 03-94 Multimeter Watch for a smartwatch. Obviously, it is not. And while it is called a Multimeter, it has nothing to do with an electrical handheld tester.
The Bell & Ross BR 05 from recent years is starting to grow on me (yes, just only). I attribute this growing love to the various iterations we have seen over the past years. Speaking of which, there is yet another, this time Bell & Ross is exploring the world of cigars.
The hammer was dropped at 220,000 CHF (about US$239,095) for the Bell & Ross BR 01 Cyber Skull Sapphire Only Watch. Fret not if you did not win the auction, or even made it to the bidding because there is now a non-Only Watch version up for grab.
Joining the growing list of Bell & Ross BR 05 GMT watches and the new blue and black dial BR 05 chronographs is the super classy Bell & Ross BR 05 White Hawk.
Forget what you know about the skeleton watch because Bell & Ross just took the visible movements to the next level with the Bell & Ross BR 01 Cyber Skull Sapphire Only Watch.
If you haven’t already heard, Renault F1 Team has ceased to exist. Instead, Renault is continuing its F1 career as Alpine F1 Team starting in 2021. As a watchmaker that has been closely associated with Renault F1 Team for half a decade now, Bell & Ross is continuing as the official timekeeping partner for the …
Never mind if you already have enough Bell & Ross BR 03-92 because, there is yet another. This time, the French luxury watchmaker is revisiting its 2011’s eye-catching Red Radar.
Bell & Ross isn’t exactly known for dive watches, but damn, the Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Diver Military is an absolute looker that I think will appeal to non-divers. To be clear… Bell & Ross isn’t new to underwater exploration. It’s just that the French luxury watchmaker isn’t quite as established underwater as it …
First introduced in 2019, the BR 05 had a gray dial and later, a one-off Gold Blue Skeleton was introduced before a blue version was released in 2020. Fast forward today, there is another new BR 05, the Bell & Ross BR 05 Skeleton Nightlum Watch.