Wednesday, August 31, 2011

AUTHENTIC BELL & ROSS BY SINN CHRONOGRAPH 256 MILITARY DIVER GENTS WRISTWATCH (SOLD)









BRAND/JENAMA: AUTHENTIC RARE BELL & ROSS CHRONOGRAPH 256 BY SINN GENTS WRISTWATCH
MADE IN/BUATAN: GERMANY
CIRCA/TAHUN: 1970's - S/N 256.1318
MODEL: MILITARY DIVER 3 REGISTERS CHRONOGRAPH
CRYSTAL/CERMIN: SAPPHIRE CRYSTAL
MOVEMENT/ENJIN: 25 JEWELS AUTOMATIC WINDING MOVEMENT CAL. 7750
DIAL COLOR: BLACK
FUNCTION/FUNGSI: HOUR, MINUTES AND SECOND, DATE, 3 REGISTERS CHRONOGRAPH
HANDS/JARUM: LUMINOUS HOUR & MINUTE HANDS AND RED CHRONO HANDS
MARKERS/TANDA WAKTU: LUMINOUS ARABIC MARKERS
CASING : TITANIUM
LUGS: 22mm
MEASUREMENT/UKURAN: 38mm DIAMETER INCLUDING CROWN and 42mm LUG TO LUG
BEZEL: BLACK DUAL ROTATION DIVER BEZEL
DITANDA/ENGARVED BACK CASING: -
CROWN: ORIGINAL ROLEX 1 STEPS SS CROWN WITH RARE SWISS + MARKING
STRAP/TALI: ORIGINAL BELL & ROSS BLACK LEATHER BAND
SIZE STRAP/SAIZ TALI: 8.5" FULL LENGHT

DISCONTINUED BELL & ROSS BY SINN MODEL... RARE MINT DIAL! COME WITH ORIGINAL OUTER AND INNER BOX
EXCELLENT CONDITION, KEEPING GOODTIME AND RECENTLY SERVICED
PRICE: SOLD (MR ZAMIL FROM PERLIS)

SOLD: RM5000


Bell & Ross is an American watch company headed by Swiss designers Bruno Belamich and Carlos A. Rosillo. The brand was launched in 1992. The first watches were designed by Belamich and Rosillo when they designed for German watchmaker, Sinn.
Watches produced under B&R, after Belamich and Rosillo left Sinn, such as the BR Instrument have been designed to replicate the shape of a cockpit instrument taken from an aircraft. The BR02 range caters for diving professionals through the use of highly legible dials and cases water resistant to withstand 1000 metres of pressure.

Bell & Ross's first watches were virtual re-issues of Sinn models and carried the Bell & Ross logo as well as Sinn's. The partnership ended in 2002, when Bell & Ross began its own independent production in their facilities La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland.
The aesthetic appeal of Bell & Ross is mirrored in their four design principles, namely optimal water resistance, highly accurate Swiss mechanical movements, clear visual indicators, such as those found on aircraft instrument panels, and special functions intended for specific uses.

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