alexa Bell & Ross 2016 Novelties | BR 03-92 | BR03-94 | BR 123 Aeronavale | Baselworld 2016 | Horobox

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Bell & Ross Baselworld 2016 Novelties


Bell & Ross, attracts attention of almost every watch enthusiast with its unique square case form, seems to be rocking the world of watches wıth its latest novelties presented during Baselworld 2016.

The brand presents its new model in three different product lines as Earth, Sky and Sea in a successful combination of classic and sporty characters while keeping the DNA of Bell & Ross.

The BR DESERT TYPE models easily reveal its connection with the Earth Collection with their appeal.


Ref. BR03-94 sports a 42mm case and an automatic chronograph movement. Like the rest of the collection, utmost legibility is achieved with great success.


The watch wears quite comfortably on the wrist. The pushers have a soft but solid click feel. Both models regarding three series feature brilliantly selected colors. Canvas Straps seem to be the perfect choice for the timepieces.

The second model of the product line is another classic Bell & Ross design.


The third model in the series feature a quartz movement with a relatively small case at 39mm. While it will be a perfect choice for ladies we believe it’s going to be the choice of many man with a taste of more compact models.


The series named BR 123 AERONAVALE attracts attention with its round case shape. The dial and bezel sports a very beautiful blue tone. The series features two models with 43mm diameter cases including a chronograph version. The watches are offered with a pair of strap options which deliver a nice wrist presence.



My favorite model during the Horobox exclusive photo shoot is the Ref. BR-X1 Skeleton Chronograph Hyperstellar. The 250 pieces model comes of a stunning crocodile/rubber combination strap.


45mm case is made of titanium which feels extremely light on the wrist. The model highlights the importance of a reliable mechanical chronograph for astronauts among the space suits and helmets.



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