Bell & Ross has announced two limited edition pieces to be debuted at Baselworld this year; the BR03-94 Horolum and the BR03-92 Horoblack.
The first of the two new timepieces is the Horoblack, the more modest and affordable watch of the two. The Horoblack sports the usual plane cockpit-inspired case and dial, but this time, the 42mm steel piece has been microblasted to achieve the monochrome grey color.
Within the minimalist piece is the calibre BR-CAL.302 movement, allowing for hours, minutes and seconds, as well as a date window.
The 999-limited edition Horoblack retails for $3,400.
Clocking in at 500-limited pieces, the Horolum is a chronograph variant, still boasting the microblasted steel finish.
The Horolum houses a calibre BR-CAL.301 movement, allowing for the hours, minutes and seconds, as well as a date window and the usual chronograph functions; small seconds at the 3 o’clock and a 30-minute timer at the 9.
Unlike its little brother, the Horolum has Superluminova indexes and hands in the bright green; the Horoblack instead opts for a black variant of this.
The Horolum Chronograph is retailing for $5,800.