The watchmaker unveils the next evolution of their X1.
Photos: Bell & Ross

Photos: Bell & Ross

After introducing the high-tech X1 line last fall, Bell & Ross follows up the launch with a X1 encased in "Carbon Forgé", a material that is created by compressing carbon fiber with a thermosetting resin at high temperatures into a steel mold. The end result is a lightweight and ultra-durable material that has a smokey marble-like finish. 

Limited to 250 pieces, the watch features a 45mm case that also features grade 5 titanium and ceramic inserts alongside the carbon forgé case. Below the skeleton dial lies a 55-jewel automatic movement that features a skeleton chronograph. 

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