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.

Bell & Ross BR-X2 Skeleton Tourbillon Micro-Rotor

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.