Bell & Ross BR-X1 Black Titanium Watch

Blending high-end horology with a rugged body, the Bell & Ross BR-X1 Black Titanium Watch is a study in contrasts. Its striking gray sapphire dial gives you a view of the intricate automatic movement at work, yet sits inside a stout 45mm titanium case wrapped in a ceramic bezel. It has traditional hour and minute hands, a small seconds dial at 3 o'clock, a date window at 6, and a 30-minute timer at 9 o'clock, with a central Chrono seconds hand. Water resistant down to 100 meters, it's finished with a woven black rubber strap and is limited to just 250 pieces.

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