Sapphire watch cases have increasingly made its mark in the watch industry. Over the last few years, pioneers like MB&F and Richard Mille have dominated this type of industry when it comes to sapphire watches. However, there’s a new competition on the market. The Bell & Ross BR-X1 Skeleton Tourbillon Sapphire is quickly making its mark.
If you’ve completed your Bell & Ross Vintage Collection, you may want to look at this gorgeous sapphire watch. Despite the technologies and innovation in the manufacturing field, sapphire watches are still hard to work with. The Bell & Ross BR-X1 Skeleton Tourbillon Sapphire has never been an exception to the rule. Although it’s not as complicated as the other Bell & Ross watches, it is still the most attractive Bell & Ross watch because of its minimalist design.
The minutes and hours are presented on an open-worked and off-center dial. The watch’s hands are made or filled with skeletonized Superluminova. When the watch hits 6 o’clock, a floating tourbillon appears. This unique piece has a caliber BR-CAL.288 movement with 100-hour power reserve, 21,600 vph, and 20 jewels. All the bridges are translucent so you can literally see everything that’s inside it.
The Bell & Ross BR-X1 Skeleton Tourbillon Sapphire has a sapphire with anti-reflective coating crystal. The case is 45 mm in diameter and the buckle pin is satin-polished steel. It is structured from 5 sapphire blocks, each has been thoroughly and cautiously carved before it is assembled. Completing the look, this minimalist sapphire watch has a translucent strap that is quite comfortable when worn on your wrist.
As they say, perfection comes at a price. Although the Bell & Ross BR-X1 Skeleton Tourbillon Sapphire has a pretty expensive price, this transparent and minimalist watch can really set you apart from the rest. It’s a comfortable, efficient, durable, and certainly distinctive sapphire watch that’s perfect for every minimalist.