Bell and Ross-Aviation Series
Bell & Ross fake released some trailers on its three new watches designed for advanced aviators. Machines that draw inspiration from the sky allow us to get there, as well as other flying equipment. Scheduled to be unveiled at the Basel International Watch and Jewellery Fair in 2013, the new model is called airspeed, climb and heading indicator. This trio, together with last year’s combination, won a total of 6 kittens in the “Bell and Rose” pilot series.
The design center of the heading indicator revolves around a flying device called a gyro compass, which can help map the flight path of the aircraft during manual flight and autopilot. Airspeed is based on an anemometer, which measures the speed of an aircraft relative to the air in its flight. Climb was inspired by an instrument called a variometer or vertical speed indicator.
All Bell & Ross Aviation models are housed in a 46 mm diameter case and are made of matte black carbon PVD. B&R (B&R) tried to combine the look and feel of the dashboard with anti-glare and matte finishes, aiming to make the dial easier to read by eliminating glare. The pointers and indicators are coated with a white photoluminescent coating, which contrasts sharply with the black of the dial and echoes the readability of professional aviation instruments. The pilot can be waterproof to 100 meters.
Two of the pilots-heading indicator and airspeed are powered by the ETA 2892 automatic movement, while the Climb with power reserve and date functions is equipped with ETA 2897. All pilot sports straps are made of rubber and heavy-duty synthetic fibers. The new aviation trio will be limited to 999 pieces. The first 99 of them will be released in a special collector’s box, which contains all six models from 2012 and 2013, which are very similar to aircraft control panels.