If you didn't get enough of the Bell & Ross BR01 Airborne you'll love the new Tourbillon Airborne. Check out some jewelry versions of it here. The skull in square shape adopts the BNB Concept made (from back when it was around) tourbillon movement used first in the Bell & Ross BR01 Tourbillon. The movement has a regulator style of telling the time, tourbillon, power reserve indicator and torque indicator. Check out the carbon fiber plates in the movement as seen on the back of the watch. Weird? Sure it is, but an interesting novelty from Bell & Ross, and limited to just 20 pieces - with a cost of 0,000 a pop.
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Yea, it is funny, and it is supposed to be. Guys like us though, can sort of see right through sales presentations like this. Such as remarking on how the sale price of is so much lower than the published 5 price on the watch box. We all know that MSRP prices on watch boxes are basically a starting point for discounts. I don't think anyone has ever bought a watch at the price printed on the box or label. The point of these videos is to draw attention to KenmarWatches and inject some humor into an industry where laughing is strictly forbidden! Exactly why is he wearing latex gloves?
With only a slight premium over the non-limited edition models of the new GA110, the watch will only cost 0 - and I am not sure how many models are in the limited edition set. Functions remain the same as the standard model. Which are the time, 1/1000 second chronograph with tacyhmeter, several alarms, world time, 200 meters of water resistance, calendar, back-lights, etc... Note the use of standard and negative LCD displays. If you like it, then they are available at certain Casio G-Shock authorized dealers.
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