Pink gold bell & ross vintage ww1 regulateur replica watch

This beautiful Pink gold bell & ross vintage ww1 regulateur replica watch is fitted with a very supple brown alligator strap that features a nicely finished pin buckle marked with the &logo in a very elegant and discreet way. The buckle is highly polished and weighs 6.5 grams.

The bell & ross vintage ww1 regulateur replica watch is a limited edition watch comprised of only 99 pieces in pink gold —extremely difficult to find, but we were lucky enough to find one.During Baselworld 2013, Bell & Ross unveiled several novelties and this coveted Vintage WW1 Régulateur in Pink Gold is one of them.

The bell & ross vintage ww1 replica watch is a watch with non-coaxial hour and minute hands, which means, that the hour and minute hands do not share the central pinion position on the dial but are independently placed. On regulators, the minute hand is traditionally the most important hand and it is typically placed on the central pinion at the center of the dial.

The case back is finished with a ‘guilloché’ pattern that is very unique and that is known as ‘barleycorn’. The engravings on the case back include the limited edition information, as well as the traditional markings on solid gold pieces. The crown completes the vintage look of this timepiece and is engraved with the iconic &Bell & Ross logo.

The strap is fastened to the case through wire shaped lugs that enhance the vintage appearance of this watch. The round bubble shape of the case and the anti-reflective coated domed sapphire crystal are the perfect combination for an unparalleled vintage look.The polished case in pink gold —the markings on the case refer to it as red gold— measures 42 mm and weighs approximately 40.7 grams according to Bell & Ross.

The bell & ross replica watch is presented with double boxes and an elegant highly polished lacquered wooden box with the &logo.The Bell & Ross Vintage WW1 Régulateur in pink gold, pays homage to the simplicity and elegant lines of régulateurs from the early days of watchmaking. This time, we’ll do the full review all the way from the unboxing of the watch.

 
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