Bell & Ross R.S. 19 Watch Collection

Mar 26, 2019

Category: Style

Once again, we’re blessed with the collaboration of Bell & Ross and the Renault Sport Formula One team. For the fourth straight year, we get to drool over the immaculate timepieces in the Bell & Ross R.S. 19 Watch Collection that were each designed for car enthusiasts.

There are four chronograph models in the popular series: the BR V3-94, BR 03-94, BR X1, and the BR X1 Tourbillon. Each expertly-built timepiece constructed for use in motorsports features the Renault yellow colorway and carbon fiber parts. Although each chronograph would make an incredible addition to any watch collection, the BR-X1 Tourbillon is the head honcho of the group. The 100-meter water-resistant wristwatch is made with hand-wound tourbillon and features a caliber BR-CAL.283 movement, 282 components, 35 jewels, 100 hours of power reserve, a mono-pusher column wheel, and a 30-minute counter. It’s limited to 20 pieces and costs a whopping $194,000. All of the watches in the collection will be available later this year.

Purchase: $4,400+

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