Bell & Ross did it one more time

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The main reason the Bell & Ross BR-X1 Skeleton Tourbillion Azure Watch looks so spectacular happens because instead of choosing the standard stainless body with azure every piece is glass around the front, the timepiece itself comes made entirely machined from azure very. You are not buying a watch as a diver or an aviation geek, you are buying a watch for the price of a replica even if you wiki or google the br03-92 there is nothing like this.

Choice not just looks incredible using its skeletal, bare-basics look, tilt it just a little and also the azure crystal’s refractive index results in a beautiful gemstone-like glimmer round the edges.

Painstakingly machined from the solid billet of azure (that is a task by itself since azure is really brittle), the BR-X1’s system is transparent, exposing the BR-CAL.288 hands-wound skeleton tourbillon movement inside. The mechanism drives the 2 hands found at the 12 o’clock position, balanced through the beautiful flying tourbillion complication in the 6 o’clock position. The human body, given its very construction, is built to be anti-reflective, so although you browse the time easily, you are able to admire your watch as fast too! That’s if you are among the 8 individuals who got their on the job this very special edition piece.

 

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