Introducing The Bell & Ross BR-X1 Chronograph Tourbillon Monopusher Watch


By Harlan Chapman-Green Bell & Ross is a French company which is well-known for making square or circular style pilot’s watches. They are powered by ETA movements and are usually PVD coated black to give a pseudo-stealth appearance that reflects the cockpit of either a modern or older plane. Then again, you

A Fortnight Review: 2 Weeks On The Wrist With The Bell & Ross BR01-94 Watch

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By Harlan Chapman-Green Usually other online publications will offer you a week on the wrist article, where the author of the article is handed a watch by the manufacturer which they will test out over a week by walking around in the crisp and sunny city mornings or sitting in an Italian-inspired coffee shop.

Pre-Baselworld 2017: Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Horograph & Horolum Watches

For those of us looking for that “Wow!” timepiece of 2017, the look ends here. Originality, creativity, and style are the backbone to the Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Horograph and Horolum watches coming to us during Baselworld in 2017. This French-based brand took the German’s minimalist design timepieces and

Baselworld 2018: Bell & Ross BR V1-92 And BR V2-94 Racing Bird Watches

By Ben Newport-Foster This year at Baselworld, Bell & Ross released two new heritage style watches that aim to bring a splash of color to an otherwise dreary collection. Hovering over the collections tab on the Bell & Ross website shows nine different ranges, all represented by watches with black dials, white hands

Grand Opening Coverage: Bell & Ross in the Burlington Arcade in London – June 18th


By Harlan Chapman-Green We recently had the pleasure of being invited to the opening of the first Bell & Ross boutique in the United Kingdom by Pierre Bernard. The event was a champagne and cocktail type party in the evening where the media and well-monied individuals would turn up and generally mingle.