Bell & Ross Instrument BR01 Pro Titanium

in Bell & Ross | Sunday, December 14. 2008

The Bell & Ross brand is one that strives for to be among the best when it comes to innovation and performance of their timepieces. Their development of the Instrument BR01 Pro Titanium is no exception. This chronograph watch is a high-tech professional tool and the product is a watch which achieves optimum performance. Inspired by the field of aeronautics, the design and materials of the chronograph watch took its inspiration directly from aeronautical construction techniques. Though easily recognizable as being part of the Bell & Ross family, the Bell & Ross Instrument BR01 Pro Titanium has several unique quality that set it apart.

The new BR01 Pro watch features the use of several high-tech materials. The extra large case measures 46mm in diameter and has been constructed from grade 2 titanium with an ultra-light satin-finish. Chosen for its durability and lightness, titanium is becoming more and more popular among watchmakers for several reasons such as its ability to adapt to body temperature and its hypoallergenic qualities. The high-tech architecture of the case is emphasized by the octagonal bezel. The grey dial is slightly different than other BR Instrument timepieces in that the hour markers appear bolder than usual, and the hands feature a broad baton shape. The dial hands and markers feature a white Superluminova photo-luminescent coating and is protected by an anti-reflective sapphire crystal. The watch is fitted with a rubber strap with a broad titanium tang buckle.

The Bell & Ross Instrument BR01 Pro Titanium displays hours, minutes and seconds, as well as a 3-counter chronograph with 12-hour, 30-minute and 60-second. A date is also displayed in a small window between the four and five o'clock hour markers. The mechanical-automatic chronograph movement is an ETA 2894 chronograph caliber movement which offers an excellent precision of adjustment. The watch is water resistant to 100 meters.

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