Bell & Ross, Vintage WW1 Edición Limitada

Exclusive because produced in a limited edition of 99 pieces, every particular of this creation is a tribute to cigar lovers. Bell & Ross has created its new Vintage WW1 Edición Limitada with the idea of capturing the art of enjoying exceptional moments, presented at Baselworld 2015. The color scheme of the watch displays shades of brown that immediately evoke the iconic browns of Cuban cigars, in a design that skillfully combines the worlds of watchmaking and cigars.The subtleness of the lugs, and the design of the Arabic numerals covered with gold dust arouse a vintage atmosphere that is reminiscent of the traditional craftsmanship of cigars.

The deep reflections of the red gold combine elegantly with the brown of the dial and the strap. As a final nod to Cuba, the words on the dial are written in Spanish, the narrow alligator leather strap and the gilded hands contribute to the retro elegance and refinement of the design. Time is easily forgotten when you’re enjoying yourself. The Vintage WW1 manual winding mechanism is armed with a double barrel that provides power for up to five days of operation.

On the dial, a hand that travels in a slow arc with the inscription “reserva de marcha 5 días”, indicates the wearer how many days are left before the watch requires winding. To enhance this meeting between the worlds of cigars and watches, Bell & Ross has chosen to present the watch in a case of Makassar ebony, which can be transformed into a humidor with a humidifier and a hygrometer. This case holds up to 50 cigars and is made out of the rare and precious kaya wood.

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