Bell & Ross Watches

Bell & Ross is a Swiss watch company that was founded in 1846 by two Frenchmen, Georges-Antoine Bell (one of the first pilots) and André Charles Ross. The original bell remains as part of their logo today. Over time they have produced many different versions for military use with logos like RAF or NATO symbols depending on which country you’re from. Today there’s an entire range for both men and women available in various styles such as classic or vintage-inspired designs with either steel, gold, black ceramic cases or even pink ones!

The movements which are used at Bell and Ross are self-winding (in the case of automatic) or quartz. The watches are water-resistant to a depth of 100 metres and have many different dials depending on what you’re looking for, some come as simple as white with black hands and numbers whilst others could be in red, blue or green colors which would make them ideal for racing fans!

Bell & Ross is known around the world for their aviation pieces but also has an extensive range when it comes to diving gear too so there’s something here no matter your needs. There are lots of great deals available online at Value Your watch marketplace right now where you can get great deals on used Bell and Ross watches.

Why Pilots are using bell and ross watches?

One of the reasons why pilots like to use Bell and Ross is the ease of reading the current time. The larger case size makes it very easy to read. They dont even feel bulky. The watches are also made with materials that can withstand the harsh environment of an airplane.

The Different Bell and Ross Watches

  • Vintage Bell and Ross
  • Instruments Bell and Ross
  • Experimental Bell and Ross

Each of these categories has many more models which are part of the different type. Bell and Ross watches tell the time with adrenaline and style. A true aviation watch.

There is not one single specific Bell and Ross watch that is “best”. The best watches are those that fit your personal style.

But should you buy one? You will have to answer that question for yourself.