An examination of a Bell & Ross chronograph from the early to mid 90’s. During this time they did not produce their own watches. Instead, they turned to Sinn to provide them with timepieces. The collaboration dissolved in the early 2000’s
Corrections, Clarifications, question.
#1. When I ask you to keep your eye on the “airplane shaped chronograph tip” I meant to say ‘airplane shaped tip of the chronograph hand”.
#2. the Lemania 5100 is a unidirectional winder and NOT a “unidirectional movement” whatever that is 🙂
#3. Does anyone know exactly how much shock the movement can withstand before the chronograph hand stops?
#4. YES, you can hear the rotor winding if you listen carefully. This will also be the last time I mimic wristwatch sounds, not really my strong suit 🙂
#5. I believe that there is also a stainless steel version of this watch.