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B&R Keeps On Keeping On With The WW1-92

Posted on 12 October 2011 by John Biggs

Another day, another Bell&Ross. I’ve always loved B&R and I’m still loving them thanks to their new WWI line. They kind of blew their wad on the square BR line so they moved into a more heritage look and I’m glad they did. The WW1-92 is a circular watch with a huge diameter and faux wire lugs that simulate the original pilots watches from way back when.
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Bell & Ross Releases WWI Edition

Posted on 20 September 2011 by John Biggs

Bell & Ross, not content to rest on their aviation laurels, has released the WWI-92 edition, a watch based on a World War I era pocket watch. The watch is strikingly simple – just a black face with silvered hands and case – and the 97 version has a reserve de marche and all models feature welded lugs, a wonderful detail that hearkens back to the days when wristwatches were actually pocket watches with bars soldered onto them so they could be worn on the wrist.
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B&R Vintage Officer: Sexy

Posted on 14 October 2010 by John Biggs


While I’ll admit that the words “vintage officer” make me think of a drunken war hero who graduated college, I’m quite enamored by the look of this new B&R chrono. It has a definite Speedmaster feel to it. Ir runs a nice ETA 2895 for the three hand version (the 123) and a 2894 for the 126 chrono version. It is 41mm and comes in steel with anti-reflective domed crystal.
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This is how you do Basel: Bell&Ross nails it

Posted on 18 March 2010 by John Biggs

Man, Bell&Ross is going strong this year. I love the Military Ceramic BR 01 style beast now called the BR 03-92 with military band and I’m kind of liking the new series in chrono and three-hand form. I guess people were tired of having a big square thing on their wrists and wanted something more delicate.

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A Review of the Bell & Ross BR 01 92 Heritage

Posted on 13 October 2009 by John Biggs

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The look of the Bell & Ross BR-01 92 is based on the simple, clean design used on airplane instrumentation panels. The hands and numeral markers on these watches are recognizable as those on analog altimeters or airspeed indicators. The infamous square case of the BRs, with its four visible fastening screws, reflects the way the airplane instruments are affixed to the panel via four screws in order to make their removal and installation quick and easy. With the BR-01 92 Heritage, Bell & Ross captures the allure of vintage watches and applies it to the square BR “Instrument” concept.
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Bell&Ross iPhone App, revisited

Posted on 28 August 2009 by John Biggs

scaledemailing-iphone-082009v2Yeah, I don’t know why they made an another iPhone app either. It seems, after noticing B&R style clocks on the HTC Hero, that there is a real fetish for interface designers over these things. That’s the only way I can explain it.
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BR03 gets a bracelet

Posted on 21 August 2009 by John Biggs

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I’m totes down with B&R and this seems like a step in the right direction. This BR03, a bit smaller than the BR04, has a large steel bracelet that I always though was missing on the Bell&Ross jumbos.

ABlogtoRead has the full dope on the watch.
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Your bucket of Bell&Ross crazy just arrived

Posted on 11 May 2009 by John Biggs

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Not content with making me happy with their GMT, Bell&Ross has just released this weird piece for Colette, some sort of artsy shop in Paris. This is some kind of tribute to Airborne Rangers, I suspect, with a little skull and two sword hands. Not sure how much it would cost in Earth money but I’m willing to bet a few grand.

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