Bell & Ross has always been passionate about military history, and particularly that of aviation, which made precise timekeeping one of its key navigational tools. The brand’s new Régulateur Heritage watch illustrates the unique parallel between the history of aviation and that of watchmaking. Paying tribute to the timekeeping instruments used by bomber navigators in the 1930s and 1940s, the watch features Dubois Dépraz mechanical regulator with automatic winding, sandblasted steel case with grey PVD finish, black dial with sand-colored photo-luminescent coating, and water-resistance up to 50 meters. By accurately reflecting period style, this model also opens a new chapter in the development of Bell & Ross design with an emphasis on the Second World War.

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