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Bell & Ross gets inspired by Bauhaus with its latest watches

The new watches focus on simplicity and readability.
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Bell & Ross Horograph

Bell and Ross is most known for its functional watch designs and the brand's latest watches further evolves that aesthetic with the new Horograph and Horolum. The Bauhaus-inspired designs are clean and utilitarian with dials that are perfectly balanced and easy to read. The Horograph (above) evokes the feeling of airport terminal clocks with its baton indexes and markers.  

Bell & Ross Horolum

The Horolum model was designed to be as easily read in both the daytime and in the evening. The grey, brass-rhodium dial features cut-away details that reveal a Superluminova C3 layer, which is ultra-phosphorescent and illuminates brightly in low-light environments. Both watches feature 42mm cases and their BR-CAL.302 automatic movements.

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