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The Aircraft8 – Lucy, You Got Some ‘Splaining to Do



Man – $400 vs $4,000. Looks like a hot little number and it’s got an ETA movement. All of this looks very derivative, though. Look at the Anonimo-alike on the front page.

This watch really makes a statement. The excellent Swiss ETA movement 2824-2 automatic keeps time perfectly. This is a very good looking watch that distinguishes itself from all the everyday watches. Ideal for people who have courage and don’t hesitate to make decisions.

The Aircraft8 [SteinhartWatches.com – Steinhart Watches]

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  1. If you think this looks like the Bell & Ross you should check out Revo’s offering. Unfortunately I can not find any reference to it online but it is almost an exact copy for about 120euro. In the shop I saw it, it was labelled as the “Revo Chronograph”.

  2. If someone finds this Revo please post, as I can’t find any mention of it anywhere and ver scarce availability of any Revo watches. There are plenty of $40 US chrono’s that are Revo but nothing that I’ve seen anywhere like this.

  3. I spotted the Revo “replicas” this weekend in a local Sunglasses Hut (Dublin, Ireland). The staff were only able to tell me it was a Revo Chronograph, basically regurgitating what was on the sticker. Prices seem’d to range from 130 – 360 euro depending on the model.

    I’ve managed to get a few (poor quality) photos of them with my SE k70i


  4. I saw these at my nearest Sunglasses Hut in Bluewater. They caught my eye as i love the Bell & Ross version. Dont know about quality but it was about £125 so i guess you get what you pay for?!

  5. I found a Revo watch in Dublin (Ireland) too. I bought it in a large department store called Clerys. It looks like the far-right watch on the first picture you can find behind the link given above.
    Look really excellent and costs a lot less than a real Bell&Ross.

  6. I have a Revo Chronograph, which I absolutely love, I have tried to find them since and there is very little referenceon the web, so I have emailed them in the US for advice on ‘[email protected]

    I can only see sunglasses on their site. I bought mine for £55 in the sale at sunglasses hut.

  7. I too have a Revo chronograph, bought in the sales last year at Sunglasses Hut in Bluewater. (2nd from the left in the 1st pic above) I had never heard of Bell & Ross until someone asked me in a restaurant if my watch was a Bell & Ross!

    Now I wish I had bought the entire range as the past 8 months I have looked high and low for the Revo chronograph watch (B&R look-alikey ones).

    Anyone had any luck? I have a sneaking suspicion R&B took Revo to court?

  8. I have owned a Revo for about 4 years, and have been unimpressed for 3 of those years. I bought it based on the reputation of the company’s sunglasses, but their watches are farmed out to some company who cares very little about the product. I wear the watch very little, yet have had to replace the strap 3 times, and I even had the second hand fall off! How does that even happen!?

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