Bell & Ross WW2 Vintage Regulator

I wrote about this Bell & Ross Vintage WW2 Régulateur Heritage upon its official unveiling at Baselworld this past March.  The watch is now available at authorized dealers, as I happily discovered recently.  It really is every bit as appealing as it looks onscreen.  The deep-notched bezel really looks good on the wrist and gives it a distinct look;  the distressed calfskin strap is a perfect match.  It’s a great watch, so I wanted to show it again in case you missed it first time around.  Please revisit my original post for more discussion/insights/photos of this piece, if interested.  Price is $6,600.

Bell & Ross WW2 Regulator

49mm sand sandblasted steel case with grey PVD finish, automatic mechanical movement (Dubois Depraz), distressed calfskin strap

 

  • http://twitter.com/jwarne007 James Warne

    I love the single hand. Not usually a big fan of Bell & Ross, this watch is an exception.

    • http://www.perpetuelle.com/ Perpetuelle

      I am the same way with B&R. As I noted above, I have seen this watch “hands on” and it is quite impressive. Great strap, too — distressed suede!

      • http://twitter.com/jwarne007 James Warne

        Popped into Tourneau in NYC today and they did not have this model, which I was very surprised and disappointed about! I really want to see one in person, because I love what I see in photos. I think this could be the next ‘dream watch’!

        • http://www.perpetuelle.com/ Perpetuelle

          I am likewise surprised they did not have it in stock at Tourneau!