Saturday, August 31, 2013
Bell and Ross veers away from its iconic boxy-case design for its BR 126 Sport watch, but not from its emblematic Vintage appeal. The brand’s first watches were designed by Belamich and Rosillo – yes, that’s your Mr. Bell and Mr. Ross – and were launched in 1992. These earliest models bore the shape and semblance of cockpit instruments that became an integral part of the Bell and Ross design that initially catered to serious diving and aviation professionals. Through the years, the company continues to expand its reaches to sports enthusiasts, which led to its circular case vintage models such as BR126 Sport. While the timepiece has a sophisticated and every-day-wear friendly design, it no less upholds the four design principles of Bell and Ross, that is optimal water resistance, unquestionably precise Swiss mechanical movement, specialized functions, and clear visual indicators. Check out the new face of a trusted name.
Find Bell and Ross at Shreve & Co. in Portland, Oregon – authorized dealer for Bell and Ross.