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Historical Horology – Bell & Ross

Posted on 29 June 2014 by Patrick Kansa

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Often in our Historical Horology posts, we go delving back in to the history of a brand, or even of a specific model/lineup from a brand.  In today’s look at Bell & Ross, however, we’re going to stick a little closer to current day.
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Bell & Ross Goes Vintage

Posted on 10 June 2012 by Patrick Kansa

 

Well, sure, you could argue that B&R have had a lock on the vintage style with their signature aviation watches.  However, if the brand decides to put Vintage right into the name of the model, well, I’ll give ‘em the benefit of the doubt. Continue Reading

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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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Coordinate Your Watch With Your Ride

Posted on 12 September 2011 by Patrick Kansa

Well, if you happen to be driving an Infiniti, that is – and you happen to be one of a fortunate 200 people.  Bell & Ross have introduced a new 44 mm timepiece in the form of the  BR02-8 Carbon Case Purple 8 Pro Dial.  The tie to the Infiniti brand is slightly tenuous, in my opinion.  Continue Reading

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Everything old is new again – the B&R Vintage Collection

Posted on 31 August 2011 by Patrick Kansa

Bell & Ross has come out with a new line they’ve dubbed their Vintage Collection.  As with all of their watches, they are heavily-influenced and informed by aviation and the delightful (from a style perspective) analog gauges that can be found in old planes.

Of this collection (which is comprised of the Original, Heritage, and Officer models), I’m most drawn to the Heritage pieces – there’s just something about B&R’s use of black and tan in the color combinations that draws me in. Continue Reading

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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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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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