Bell & Ross BR-X5 Ice Blue Steel Mixes Form And Function

The BR-X5 is the latest offering from French duo Bruno Belamich and Carlos A. Rosillo. The BR-X5 is the first Bell & Ross timepiece to use the BR‐CAL.323 movement created by Kenissi.

Bell & Ross BR-X5 Ice Blue Steel is enclosed in a 41mm case which measures 12.80mm thick and comes in a Satin and polished steel finish. It features a screw-down crown, crown guard, and a sapphire case-back with oscillating weight. The Sunray Ice Blue Steel dial has Super-LumiNova applique indices, skeletonized Super-LumiNova-filled hour and minute hands, a date window at 3 o’clock, and the three-day power reserve indicator at 9 o’clock. Buyers can opt for a satin-finished with polished steel strap or an open-worked ice blue rubber strap.

Powering the BR-X5 is the Kenissi-made BR-CAL.323 Automatic movement that features an approximate power reserve of 70 hours, a screw-down crown, and 100-meter water resistance.

The Bell & Ross BR-X5 Ice Blue Steel is available on the Bell & Ross website and carries a $7,400 price tag on the steel bracelet version.


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