Bell & Ross is known for its unique approach to wristwear, implementing interesting designs, movements, and high-end materials to create one of the most pronounced catalogs in watchmaking. In 2009, it created one of its most questionable variants, the BR 01 Skull, bringing avante-garde ideation to its cleanly-tailored collection. Now, the rulebreaker is back with the company’s limited-edition BR 01 Cyber Skull.
Drawing from the dark and sinister aura of the brand’s SKULLS capsule, the BR 01 Cyber Skull seeks to tell the tale of time, pledging itself to the illustration of a “successful conclusion.” For those who take heart in the minutia of purpose, the watch’s 45-millimeter black ceramic case houses a centralized, hand-wound design, mechanical calibre BR-CAL.206 movement, and Super-LumiNova-filled hour and minute hands, with a notable balance at its 12 o’clock position. To round things out, a durable black rubber bracelet keeps the limited-to-500 model firmly rooted to its buyer’s wrist, courtesy of a sleek, PVD-coated steel buckle. Head to Bell & Ross’s website to pick up one of your own for $10,900.