Bell & Ross unveils Airborne II Limited Edition

First published: 28-04-2011

Watch fans looking for a device that is unique may want to check out a special Bell & Ross timepiece.

Entitled the Bell & Ross Airborne II Limited Edition, the ticker follows on from the original collection, which proved popular and was a quick seller.

This new range will be restricted to 999 pieces altogether, with the most eye-catching feature being that its dial is designed with a skull and crossbones face.

Enhancing the style is the fact that the dial is coloured with phantom black photoluminescent elements, to symbolise the tone of death.

Aged steel adds even more to the depth of the fashion watch, while a 46mm case makes it easy to spot on the wrist too.

Finishing off the unique design are sword and dagger-shaped hands, which once again suggests a military theme, as well as water resistance of 100m.

Bell & Ross was first founded in 1992 by a group of designers and specialists in aircraft and space controls. The primary aim of the company was to create timepieces which suited these roles.
 

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