Bell and Ross release BR 126 Original Black

First published: 15-12-2010

A timepiece from one of Bell and Ross' new collections has been given a glowing review and could be an ideal purchase for watch enthusiasts.

The Original Black watch comes under the BR 126 range and has been awarded a score of 69.5 out of 100 by Watch Observer.

Some of the design elements which could make this timepiece stand out on the market is the way that the rounded case is satin-finished and measuring in at a sleek 41mm diameter.

A curved shape being applied to this case could also be a selling point, as it offers wearers a chance to find a suitable position to display their new watch on their wrist with relative ease.

The critic commented: "The BR 126 Original Black, with its good design combined to a good quality of manufacture, is without doubt being promised a nice commercial future."

Recently, Bell and Ross released the BR 01-92 Compass, which has a unique way of telling the time, thanks to a white line sitting at the 12 o'clock position indicating the current minute and hour, Hodinkee reported.


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