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Bell & Ross BR01-92 Carbon Automatic Mens Replica Watch
Price: $353.00
Special Price: $219.00
Bell & Ross BR01-92 Carbon Red Limited Instrument Replica
Price: $273.00
Special Price: $218.00
Bell & Ross BR01-92 Heritage Automatic Mens Replica Watch
Price: $388.00
Special Price: $237.00
Bell & Ross BR01-94 Carbon Blue Ltd Replica Watch
Price: $399.00
Special Price: $247.00
Bell & Ross BR02-92 Carbon Automatic Mens Replica Watch
Price: $323.00
Special Price: $237.00
Bell & Ross BR02-92 Steel Automatic Mens Replica Watch
Price: $320.00
Special Price: $227.00
Bell & Ross BR02-94 Automatic Steel Mens Replica Watch
Price: $317.00
Special Price: $240.00

Ask the average American to name a fine Swiss watch, and nine times out of ten you're going to hear Rolex. You might get the occasional Omega or Tag Heuer, and if they really know what they're talking about, Breitling, IWC, Zenith, or maybe even Patek Philippe.

What you are not likely to hear is Bell & Ross, not because they don't make some very compelling timepieces, but primarily because they have only been around since 1992, which for a Swiss watch company, is practically brand new (compare to Rolex which has been around since 1908, Omega which dates back to 1848, Tag Heuer which has been around in one form or another since 1860, and Patek Philippe which was founded in 1839). Not only is Bell & Ross a relative newcomer to the world of Swiss watches, but they are also not widely distributed in the United States. With only 45 retail locations throughout the country, you're averaging less than one store per state, which makes a Bell & Ross watch more than three times as difficult to find as a Patek Philippe.

Bell & Ross watches primarily focus on dependability. They are watches for professionals like pilots, divers, astronauts, and even bomb disposal experts, whose jobs — and in some cases, even lives — may depend on their watches. Each Bell & Ross timepiece is designed and built with four basic principles in mind: readability, performance, precision, and water-resistance. When designing and engineering a new watch, the Bell & Ross motto is "the essential is never compromised by the superfluous" which I think is apparent in their stark, straightforward, and professional designs. Each watch is tested under varying conditions in various positions, monitored, and adjusted over a two week period until it is 0 to +10 seconds per day (for automatic watches) with a 40 hour reserve. Additionally, each watch is tested for its resistance to water, pressure, ultra-violet radiation, heat, humidity, shock, magnetic fields, hostile chemicals, and substantial temperature variation. If the watch survives all that, it is examined by a master watchmaker who makes the final decision as to whether it can actually leave the factory or not.