Aptly named “Commando”, Bell & Ross Commando Watches distinguish themselves with authoritative appeal, clean times, and timeless appeal. It is characterized by a strong “tacticool” aura that many individuals find hard to resist. The timepiece emphasized stealth with its blend of grey power on stainless steel case; this zero-light reflectivity feature makes it a good sports watch.
Even though it is quite big at 46mm, the watch manages to remain inconspicuous with its gray color scheme. And to give more options to watch connoisseurs, Bell & Ross launched this creation in two versions. Both are available in a limited quantity of 500 pieces.
Bell & Ross Commando BR 01-96 – the sweep seconds, minutes, and hours are set alongside the date display. These are directed by the watch’s winding crown.
Bell & Ross Commando BR 01-97 – features are conventional date display with a twist. There is also a power reserve indicator integrated within to inform the wearer about the operating power still available in the spring barrel.
The two versions might have some aesthetic dissimilarities but its internal functionality essentially remains the same. Some of the things you can expect from the Bell & Ross Commando Watches include ETA base calibers, 42-hour power reserve, and 100-meter water resistance. It also sports anti-reflective sapphire crystal, bold hour and minute hands, and grey rubber strap.