There’s a lot that goes into a well made watch or really any watch for that matter, so why not show it off? This is precisely what Bell & Ross is doing with their latest addition to their “Experimental” collection this year. Just announced is their new BR-X2 Skeleton Tourbillion Micro-Rotor watch.
If it looks familiar, it’s because its build is directly from the foundation BR-X2 Tourbillion. Everything from its case and movement are the same, however it features one extremely noticeable difference and it comes through the watches transparency.
The watches unique skeletonize dial exposes the watch’s tiny inner parts, including its 4.05 mm-thin movement. Similarly to the original BR-X2, this new piece is encased in sapphire crystal. Finished with a grey alligator strap and SuperLuminova-filled indices and hour and minute hands.
You can learn more about the BR-X2 Skeleton Tourbillion Micro-Rotor watch on Bell & Ross.