Bell & Ross’s Pilot watch celebrates its 10 years anniversary with a re-lauch of its first model. Read here for a detailed story.

The specifications of this watch are:

Movement: thin self-winding mechanical mechanism, 4 position adjustment, 0/+10 seconds per day.
Functions: hours, minutes, seconds, 2 sub-dials (60-second and 30-minute counters) chronograph and date.
Watchcase: polished stainless steel with the 10th Anniversary logo engraving on the back, ‘mushroom-like’ pushers, black notched steel and anodized aluminium bi-directional rotating bezel with 60-minute graduations for aerial navigation.
Dial: white dial with black numerals / black counters with 10th Anniversary logo marking. The hands are coated with a high-luminescent paint (Superluminova®) for easy reading in the dark.
Glass: anti-glare ultra-curved sapphire crystal.
Water-resistance: to 100 metres. Screw-down crown and caseback.
Bracelet: alligator strap or stainless steel bracelet.

Nothing on the pricing yet, but looking in the last Armband Uhren catalogue (2005), it probably isn’t going to be cheap…

Source : Europastar

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Robert-Jan Broer, born in 1977, watch collector and author on watches for over a decade. Founder of Fratello Watches in 2004.
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