In 2017, Bell & Ross presented the concept of wearing a watch movement directly on the wrist with the BR-X2 Tourbillon Micro-Rotor. Now, the transparent timepiece is taken to the next level with a skeletonised version.
Part of Bell & Ross’ “Experimental” collection, the BR X2 Skeleton Tourbillon Micro-Rotor boldly eschews its case for extreme exposure. Its movement is sandwiched between two sapphire crystal plates and linked by a narrow steel band, giving the illusion of invisibility.
The manufacture calibre BR-CAL.381 is crafted in Bell & Ross’ signature square. It displays hours and minutes with optimal precision thanks to a flying tourbillon that compensates for the Earth’s gravitational pull. The movement’s architecture is further pared to enhance the see-through appeal.
Limited edition of 50 pieces.