The Bell & Ross Vintage WW1 - Ready for take Off
The Bell & Ross Vintage WW1 was first designed in the early 20's, specifically for pilots. With the result that it is still being shown by pilots today, but not only with pleasure and admittedly. And quite rightly so. Since then a lot of air has flowed through the atmosphere, which has not detracted from the popularity of the Bell & Ross Vintage WW1. Quite the opposite. The signs of the times have helped the Bell & Ross Vintage WW1, however, a little on the jumps.
The technical-mechanical details the Bell & Ross Vintage WW1
Worth mentioning is above all the automatic movement, which stands for the well-known precision of a Bell & Ross. It has been given a little more space, which is why the diameter of 45 mm is slightly larger, but still pleasing. The sapphire crystal above, slightly curved towards the observer, which was polished and ground by Bell & Ross by hand, blends harmoniously into the shot-blasted stainless steel. This is not least due to the grey hue of the case. The dial, which has been galvanized and kept in black, shows the hand indices on which the luminescent coating has been applied. You'd like to know how long you've been in the air or on the ground. The water resistance is slightly lower at 50 metres compared to other Bell&Ross models. Whereby it is to be noticed that one hardly intends to complete a dive with a noble clockwork like this.
Vintage meets modernity
The Bell & Ross Vintage WW1 is one of those examples that adds further glamour to the glory of the Bell & Ross house. With this one it has once again been proven that a new edition, taking into account temporal circumstances, can certainly succeed.