I’m starting to think that the “BR” on Bell & Ross (B&R) timepieces stands for “bold and robust”.
To mark its 10-year anniversary, B&R introduced the BR-01 which marked the beginning of a whole new chapter in the brand’s saga.
Coming from the same family, but more masculine, robust, and sophisticated, yet still carrying B&R’s iconic square casing. The new BR-X1 Chronograph Tourbillion packs a bigger punch, allowing B&R to fight in another league, the heavyweight class.
To match the watch’s outer beauty, B&R has fitted a new-generation skeletonised tourbillion, monopusher chronograph movement, which features a 4-day power reserve indicator, a 30-minute, 60-second counter for the chronograph functions, as well as a flying tourbillion, which has its cage mounted without a support bridge, giving the impression that it is floating, and not mounted at all.
Thanks to its larger 45mm case, which is available in either rose gold (limited to 20 pieces), or titanium (limited to 20 pieces), it’s almost impossible for onlookers to make eye contact before watch contact.