Bryce’s Latest Ww1 Chronographe Monopoussoir Watch

For Bell & Ross, 2011 was a year of new milestones: the brand re-created the first watch released during the First World War, allowing PW1 and its watch version Vintage Series WW1 have once again become the focus of the industry. Bell & Ross, a master watchmaker who lives with military history, is passionate about aviation and believes that accurate timekeeping is one of the most important navigation tools. This year, the brand once again demonstrated its expertise, creating a unique watch that showcases the integration of aviation history and watchmaking style. The birth of the new Vintage WW1 Chronographe Monopoussoir single-button chronograph watch represents a historic moment, a tribute to history, inheriting the shape and spirit of the first watch on the wrist of the Air Force in the 1920s.
Long-established aerospace instrument
     In the 1920s, at the dawn of military aviation, the advent of timers met the need for flight attendants to calculate flight time. What they wear on their wrists is definitely not just a watch, but the necessary equipment for them to complete their tasks.
Functional complex structure
     The new work accurately reinterprets a major feature of the aviation chronograph of the year: only one timing button makes the operation of timing more convenient, reliable and reliable. The functional and complex structure of the WW1 Chronographe Monopoussoir is the symbol of Bell & Ross watchmaking experts. Just press the timer button on your wrist to calculate the time period. The design of the timing button is perfectly combined with the crown. One-touch control starts, stops the timing and resets to zero, which is accurate.
Clearer dial layout
     In order to meet the wearer’s need for legibility of the flight watch, Bell & Ross modified the mechanical design of the watch to increase the distance between the two timers on the dial. The two timers are aligned with the position of the timing buttons, providing more immediate and immediate legibility. The WW1 Chronographe Monopoussoir single-button chronograph watch and the aviation watch of the 1920s are exactly the same, focusing more on functions and clear display.
One movement, two looks
The WW1 Chronographe Monopoussoir is available in two versions.
Rebirth of Aviation Instruments
     The design of the Vintage WW1 Chronographe Monopoussoir one-button chronograph is loyal to the world’s first watch, and is a noble tribute to the history of military aviation watches by Bell & Ross. Under the premise of not giving in and uncompromising, Bell & Ross has produced a truly classic watch: a classic aviation instrument with a combination of retro, forward-looking and technological features. Technical characteristics
Movement: La Joux-Perret mechanical automatic movement
Functions: hours, minutes, seconds, single button timing, dual timers (60 seconds and 30 minutes)
Case: 45mm case, polished steel
Dial: Heritage Model: Dark brown dial, brown snail-shaped chronograph, sand-colored ultra-luminous coated numerals, hour markers and hands
Ivory model: ivory dial, silver white snail timer, blue steel hands
Mirror: Domed anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Water resistance: 100 meters
Strap: calf leather or dark blue crocodile leather
Buckle: polished stainless steel pin buckle