Following the retro timepiece revival of 2019, watchmaker Bell & Ross is stepping into 2020 with three new BR V2 releases to further expand on its own Vintage line offerings as well. The three timepieces cover every aspect across land, air and sea, with a GMT model, a field watch-inspired model, and high-performance chronograph.
Perhaps most classic of all, the GMT comes dressed in a sunburst blue dial, paired with a two-tone blue and grey 24-hour bezel, which works in tandem with the fourth red-painted hand to provide a clear, second timezone reading. Completing the look is a matching grey canvas strap with a blue line running through the center or a steel bracelet option for more heavy-duty use.
Second in line is the field watch, featuring a military green dial offering extremely clean legibility with its contrasting cream numerals and indices. A date window can be found between 4 and 5 o’clock, and the watch itself comes finished with a green canvas strap with a black center line, pairing with the color of the bezel.
Finally, the Aéronavale chronograph comes in a classic bronze case holding a deep blue dial and bezel, with two subdials and corresponding pushers sandwiching a protected crown. Of course, all three models come with Swiss-made movements as well.
The three new Bell & Ross BR V2 models will be available later this year, with prices ranging from $2,900 USD to $5,200 USD. Stay tuned for more updates to come.
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