Bell & Ross BR 05 BLUE STEEL

Reference #: BR05A-BLU-ST7SRB

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4,520 USD
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The BR05 collection from Bell & Ross combines some of the brand’s signature design codes with a sporty look. There are eight different versions with a steel case.

The BR05 design

The BR05 design includes a round dial in a square case together with an integrated bracelet that fuses with the case. Dubbed by Carlos Rosillo, the brand’s co-founder, as the brand’s “urban explorer.”

The Versions

There are three dial options in the 40mm X 40mm steel case: gray, black, or blue. Each dial color option has two strap options – stainless steel bracelet or a rubber strap. The blue dial comes with a blue strap and the other two versions come with a black strap. All the dials come with a sunray motif, a 3 o’clock date window, and applied luminous-coated numerals and hour indices

There are two models with full skeletonized dials, one with a stainless steel bracelet and one with a black rubber strap.

All versions are water-resistant to 10 bar (100m).

Powered by an automatic caliber

Each watch is powered by the automatic BR-CAL.321 for the solid dial versions and the BR-CAL.332 for the skeleton version, which uses a Sellita SW300 as its base. The movement is fully visible through the open exhibition casebacks.


Features

The Basics

Dial

Case

Strap

Functions

  • Hours
  • Minutes
  • Central Seconds
  • Date

Special Features

  • Water resistance 100m/10 bar

The Brand

Bell & Ross

Bell & Ross was founded in 1992 by two friends: Bruno Belamich (Bell) and Carlos A. Rosillo (Ross). The two Frenchmen shared a common vision to produce tool watches for professionals and teamed up with Sinn watches for their production. The first watches featured a highly recognizable design that replicated the shape of airplane cockpit instruments. In 2002, the brand was purchased by the fashion-giant Chanel and its timepieces are now produced in Switzerland’s La Chaux-de-Fonds.