Category Archives: Bell&Ross

Chronométrie Ferdinand Berthoud FB1 Watch: Debuting A New-Old Name In Haute Horlogerie

To put it mildly, I am skeptical whenever I hear about the modern “resurrection” of the name and heritage of a famed watchmaker who worked centuries ago. We have seen more than a handful of such stories unfold – into nothing – in recent years of the luxury watch industry, stories where the connection between the name, the inventions, the… Read More »

Armin Strom Gumball 3000 Watch Collection Hands-On

Collaborations between luxury watch brands and world-renowned sporting events are nothing new, but the products these unions sire are always worth examining. It’s pretty tough to guess how a brand, especially those known for serious haute horlogerie, will tackle the task of fusing their ideology with that of another institution. 2015 sees the release of… Read More »

Wrist Takers: 3 Local Women Who Champion One Kind Of Watch

Today, if you think of horology as a realm that’s largely male-dominated, you’re wrong. “There are definitely more women interested in watches [now] than 10 years ago,” Julien Schaerer, managing director of Antiquorum, a leading modern and vintage timepiece auctioneer, tells a well-known American news source. “There is a predominance for jewelled watches or watches… Read More »

Bell Ross Vintage BR 123 GMT 24H Review

Posted by Robert-Jan Broer on Sep 08, 2014 Bell & Ross is not only producing the rectangular aviation watches, but also has a fine collection of other models like the vintage series and the WW1 and WW2 collection (covered here and here). For me personally, the Vintage BR collection is very attractive as they offer… Read More »