BR 01 Laugh­ing Skull


The new Skull watch from Bell & Ross is equipped with an au­tom­a­ton move­ment and it in­cludes a sur­prise that will make you laugh: the mandible moves and the skull grins back at you! The skull's mandible is an­i­mated dur­ing wind­ing. To cre­ate it, the brand de­vel­oped the BRCAL.206: a cal­i­bre en­tirely pro­duced by the man­u­fac­ture that is also skull­shaped, so that the mech­a­nism fits the case per­fectly. In the ex­ten­sion of the 4 bones, the 4 bridges se­cure the main plate to the case and come to­gether to form a sin­gle assem­bly float­ing in the cen­tre of the watch. The skull on the dial is the key feature of this watch and has been made from metal ap­pliqué, which has been em­bossed to cre­ate a re­lief pat­tern, the skele­ton work gives the im­pres­sion that the skull is float­ing weight­less in the cen­tre of the case. The sword-shaped hands are sim­i­lar to those on the ear­lier Skull col­lec­tions, but on this model, they are skele­tonized and coated in Su­per­lu­mi­nova.

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