Bell & Ross WW1 Régulateur Pink Gold

Bell & Ross WW1 Régulateur Pink Gold : 20, 19, 18, 17...

by Guillaume V - 05/12/2014

Unveiled during Baselworld 2013, the Bell & Ross WW1 Régulateur Pink Gold is a classic and modern watch, combining a polished case in pink gold with well-balanced blue-stained hands and an unusual display mode.

The watch contains a small independent hour register at 12 o'clock and a small running seconds register at 6 o'clock, whilst the minute hands are placed at the center of the dial. If this unusual display can create confusion at first, we rapidly get used to it, and this feature surely adds a nice touch of originality to the watch.

The movement inside the Bell & Ross WW1 Régulateur Pink Gold is the Dubois-Depraz 14070 – with automatic winding, a diameter of 30 mm and a thickness of 5.2 mm. The case might look “oversized” but the dial appears very well-balanced and clean and therefore sits perfectly on the wrist even with its 42 mm diameter.

Though this watch has been unveiled in 2013, you might wonder why we are talking about it today. Simply because the last 20 pieces of this 99 copy limited edition have just been delivered in the Bell & Ross shops. For the watch enthusiasts, the countdown has already begun: 20, 19, 18, 17...

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