Bell & Ross Debuts the First GMT From Its Vintage Collection

A new retro watch for your collection.

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Boutique watchmaker Bell & Ross continues to build on its vintage collection with the launch of a new retro GMT: the BR V2-93 GMT 24H. As the first GMT model within the company’s vintage line, the BR V2-93 builds upon the label’s previous BR 123 GMT with a streamlined case and refined white Superluminova-coated hands and markers.

This timepiece boasts a 41 mm diameter, satin-polished steel case, a 24-hour anodized aluminum disc in black and grey (to indicate night and day), an ultra-curved sapphire crystal, a sapphire case back, screw-down crown and 100-meter water resistance. The watch’s 4Hz automatic movement features a rotor with Geneva stripes and is based on the ETA 2893-2 with 42-hour power reserve.

The Bell & Ross BR V2-93 GMT retails for $3,200 USD with a rubber strap and $3,500 USD with a steel bracelet. Head over to Bell & Ross’ website for more details and retail locations.

For something more fashion-oriented, check out Gucci’s new timepieces and jewelry campaign.

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