Bell & Ross first introduced the BR 05 model in 2019 as part of its ‘Urban’ catalog. This year, the watchmaker reveals the BR 05 Skeleton Golden timepiece, the fifth variant of the model.
This year, the BR 05 Skeleton Golden timepiece sports a golden-colored transparent panel, rhodium-plated movement, and Super-LumiNova® Applique indices, and hour and minute hands. The watch has two strap options: the model’s signature tapered H-link bracelet (ref. BR05A-CH-SKST/SST), which features brushed and polished surfaces with a butterfly-style folding clasp or a brown rubber strap (ref. BR05A-CH-SKST/SRB) with matching stainless steel folding clasp.
Aside from the new colorway, this year’s BR 05 features the same 40mm stainless steel case, sapphire crystals on both its bezel and case back, and a water resistance of 100 meters as previous offerings.
Powering the timepiece is the same self-winding BR-CAL.322 automatic movement as previous iterations that have approximately 38 hours of power reserve and a custom skeletonized Bell & Ross oscillating weight.
The limited edition Bell & Ross BR 05 Skeleton Golden timepiece with the Satin-finished and polished steel strap will retail for $7,100, while the brown rubber strap version will retail for $6,600. Only 500 pieces will be produced, and preorders are now open at the Bell & Ross website.