What makes a Bell & Ross special?
Pilot watches are growing in popularity. While the term "desk diver", referring to diving watch
enthusiasts who do not necessarily enter even knee-deep water, is a well known, pilot watches
have always taken a second place to their amphibious cousins. Bell & Ross are having none of that.
Inspired by the instrument in a cockpit, Bell & Ross make bold, stylish watches with a sense of
Who wears a Bell & Ross?
Courage would be the first quality associated with the wearer of a Bell & Ross. The signature
square models are no joke, both in regards to their styling, but also the sheer size and powerful
wrist presence of these watches. The use of PVD coating and rubber straps results in a timepiece
not exactly best worn under a french cuff shirt and tuxedo, but rather doing more sporty things - or even flying.
Exclusivity & Rarity
Branching out by making all sorts of chronographs and even diving watches, Bell & Ross are quickly
fortifying their brand in the watch world, sending a message that they are so much more than just
a novelty. The popularity growth among certain Italian diving watches shows that it's not always
necessary to have an actual historical military background to make something very respectable in
the field, and Bell & Ross are the real testament to that.