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Bell & Ross - At the GPHG 2013

Bell & Ross At the GPHG 2013

Bell & Ross is taking part in the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève competition with two watches.

Bell & Ross has submitted four watches to the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève 2013: the BR 126 Sport Heritage (Sport category), thr BR 03-94 Golden Heritage (Petite Aiguille), the WW1 Regulateur Pink Gold (Men's Watch) and the BR 01 Heading Indicator (Innovation). The first two models have been pre-selected by the jury and will take part in the competition to win the prize in their category.

Net surfers can take part in the Prix du Public by voting for their favourite watches. To vote for Bell & Ross, click here.

Ever since its foundation, Bell & Ross has been passionate about military history and that of airborne heroes. Its starting point has been the cockpit, a place where legibility, precision and reliability are of utmost importance. Built with state-of-the-art technology, The Heritage Collection traces its roots to the watches of yesteryear.

A defining characteristic the Heritage concept is to bring together watches of different design, function and shape, whether square or round, but whose common feature is the beauty of time’s wear and the soul of watches from the past.

Bell&Ross Vintage BR-126 Sport Heritage
The round, classically shaped, polished steel case of the BR 126 Sport Heritage features a bulging, anti-reflective sapphire crystal, adding modern technology to the crystal’s authentic shape. The sand-colored hands and numerals reproduce the aged look of period watches. A bezel marked with 60-minute graduations, and the contrast of time information on the dial, enhance readability.
The watch is animated by a self-winding mechanical movement. It features the chronograph, date, hours, minutes, and seconds functions.

Bell Ross BR03-94- Golden Heritage
The BR 03-94 Golden Heritage is inspired by the aviation of the 50s. This chronograph combines sportive lines and sophisticated finish (gold-plated hands, numerals and index in golden appliqué). The 42mm square case is made of stainless steel. The watch houses a self-winding mechanical movement offering 40 hours of power reserve. In addition to the time, it shows two chronograph counters (with 60-second and 30-minute accumulator) and the date.

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For Bell & Ross, each detail has a specific meaning and function: functionality is key, and minimalism – dispensing with superfluous ornamental details in favour of essential aspects – is vital.

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