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Bell & Ross BR V1-92

Posted: June 29th 2020, 10:14pm
by koimaster
Bell & Ross’s watches are inspired by the history of aviation. Legibility, reliability and precision lead the list of specs. We checked all these attributes in our test of the BR V1-92 Black Steel.

Ever since Bell & Ross was founded in 1992, pilots’ watches have not only been part of the brand’s collection; they have also comprised its core. The angular BR 01, which is a replica of an airplane cockpit clock, caused quite a stir when it was launched in 2005. The Vintage collection, which is identified by the letter “V” in the models’ names, is just the opposite: it combines a classic round stainless-steel case with an opaque back, a no-frills dial and a simple leather strap with a pin buckle. The BR V1-92 Black Steel, our test watch, was introduced in 2017


https://www.watchtime.com/reviews/pilot ... ack-steel/

Re: Bell & Ross BR V1-92

Posted: June 29th 2020, 11:36pm
by conjurer
For two grand with an ETA 2824, and looking like a $99 Calvin Klein, this B&R can suck my motherfucking dick.

Re: Bell & Ross BR V1-92

Posted: June 30th 2020, 8:50am
by TemerityB
conjurer wrote:
June 29th 2020, 11:36pm
For two grand with an ETA 2824, and looking like a $99 Calvin Klein, this B&R can suck my motherfucking dick.
But its hairspring has a very fine name.

Re: Bell & Ross BR V1-92

Posted: June 30th 2020, 1:32pm
by 3Flushes
TemerityB wrote:
June 30th 2020, 8:50am
conjurer wrote:
June 29th 2020, 11:36pm
For two grand with an ETA 2824, and looking like a $99 Calvin Klein, this B&R can suck my motherfucking dick.
But its hairspring has a very fine name.
I've never been able to love these guys; not even for a quickie.

Re: Bell & Ross BR V1-92

Posted: June 30th 2020, 2:35pm
by bbattle
The name always reminds me of the old Bell and Howell film projectors they used when I was in school.