Bell & Ross has released a new limited edition timepiece that puts the art of watchmaking centre stage.
The new BR-X2 Skeleton tourbillon micro rotor comprises 50 pieces with the manufacture movement calibre BR-CAL.381.
The concept behind the BR-X2 is that the movement is worn directly on the wrist, with the mechanism brought to the forefront while the case disappears.
The micro-rotor is machined in a very dense alloy, Reconit 18, which contains 95% tungsten with an 18.5 density, compared to steel.
Its satin-polished steel case is 42.5mm in diameter, with a flying tourbillon function at 6 o’clock and a skeletonized dial.
The hour and minute hands are metal skeletonized Superluminova, with the crystal sapphire with anti-reflective coating.
The strap comes in grey alligator, with a folding, satin-polished steel buckle.
The piece is also water resident up to 50 meters.