A little surprise
At the five o'clock position another hand is mounted, which indicates something on a not quite semicircular scale that makes the German-speaking observer puzzle at first. The inscription above reads: "Reserva de Marcha 5 Dias". It is Spanish and means about 5 days reserve. A special clou of the Bell & Ross Vintage WW1 Edicion Limitada is that you only have to wind it every five days and this original advertisement should remind the owner when the next winding is due. In World War I, watches didn't run on batteries.
But why Spanish?
But it is not only the inscription of the display of the running time reserve Spanish. Also the words Edicion Limitada are there. They mean Limited Edition. But where is the reference of the Bell & Ross Vintage WW1 Edicion Limitada to the Spanish language? Although it is a watch like the one worn during the First World War, Bell and Ross apparently don't want the wearer to think about gruesome battlefields. Instead, he should combine the Bell & Ross Vintage WW1 Edicion Limitada with good cigars and the best cigars come from Cuba, where Spanish is spoken in a well-known way. Accordingly, you will also receive your Bell & Ross Vintage WW1 Edicion Limitada in a cigar box.