Month: February 2018

Belarus Vintage Series Watch Real Shot

[Special Report from Watch House Basel] On April 25, 2013, the annual watch industry event Basel International Watch Fair kicked off. The watch house team went to Switzerland. Bring the report of the exhibition to everyone at the front.

 The biggest feature in this design is only one chronograph button, which makes the operation of chronograph more convenient. The practical functions and complex structure of the WW1 Chronographe Monopoussoir single-button chronograph watch are the symbol of Bell & Ross watchmaking experts. Just press the timer button on your wrist to calculate the time period. The design of the timing button is perfectly combined with the crown. One-touch control starts, stops the timing and resets to zero, which is accurate.

 To pay tribute to the timer used by the bomber pilots of the 30th century, the successful bidders carefully crafted this product. It focuses on the reading of minutes. In order to locate or calculate the speed of the flight, the minute team pilot is a vital calculation data.

 An expert in military watchmaking, Bell & Ross is passionate about the mission of rejuvenating the essence of the earliest timepieces that influenced history and creating unique watches that pay tribute to the glory days of the past. PW1 & WW1 Argentium is the best example of combining aviation history and watchmaking technology.

 The structure of this hour-jumping watch is very complicated. It can display the hour number in a fixed huge window, where the hour hand is replaced by a rotating disk with the hour number printed.

Summary: Bell & Ross VINTAGE series, like this brand, are very young. However, the scent of the age revealed in it is somewhat incredible with the brand itself. I believe that those who like retro feel will like this watch.

The pictures and information collected by the reporting team in front of the Watch House will be uploaded to the special topics in Basel, so stay tuned.

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