February 14, 2010

Bell And Ross BR01-94 Review

Bell And Ross BR01-94 Watch Review

  The Bell & Ross BR01 series has helped put the brand on the map and the popularity has become infectious. The BR01 and BR03 are in the Instrument series, designed to look like a gauge from an instrument panel on an airplane. 
  The BR01 series are 46mm and the BR01-94 is the PVD (black powdered coated) chronograph version. The chronograph is powered by an ETA 2894, the functions include 12 hour, 30 minute, and 60 seconds counters. The BR01-94 hands, numerals, and indices are painted in white lume. This gives the watch a fantastic contrast against the all black case, dial, and rubber strap. The chronograph pushers are rectangular in shape further complimenting the overall design of this watch. There is a small date window at the 4:30 position, nicely done not to distract from the main chronograph functions. It comes with two straps, one rubber, one nylon, with a PVD tang buckle.

Pros - Unique design, bold, looks great.

Consideration - Not a small watch, wears larger because it is square, an alternative would be the BR03 series.


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