A worthy successor of other limited edition BR watches with the Phantoms, Reds, and Blues among them, the BR 01-97 Orange watch pays homage to the Orange dials, everything began with.
The particular highlight of this timepiece is its dial, which demonstrates hour markers being painted on, rather than applied, as it is the case with the regular interpretation of the BR-01 97.
Due to the highly photo-luminescent Superluminova compound, the dial, the hour markers and hands are painted with, the BR 01-97 Orange watch acquires a special military appearance. The orange "LTD" emblem, located at 4 oíclock, designates the timekeeper as the one issued in limited series.
The power reserve indicator serves to shows the watch owner how much energy the movementís mainspring is holding. If a person wears his timekeeping companion every day, in all likelihood the power reserve indications will always be in the "HIGH" zone. As soon as the little hand drops down in the "LOW" zone, the watch needs to be wound by hand.
The stainless steel square case measures 46mm in diameter and 10.5mm in thickness. The brandís in-house manufactured carbon finish is used for blackening the surface of the watch case. The modelís serial number is deeply engraved in the case-back for the natural color of the steel to be revealed.
The Bell & Ross BR 01-97 Orange watch, reviewed by Watches.InfoNIAC.com, is accompanied by the BR rubber strap, along with a secondary nylon and Velcro band similar to all other BR models. In order to change the straps, the watch wearer should use the specialized tools, Bell & Ross supplies every timepiece with.
The new Bell & Ross watch will be available in limited edition of 250 pieces only.
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