Bell & Ross' new BR-X2 Tourbillon Micro-Rotor combines form, style and functionality into a seamless package dressed to kill.

Bell & Ross' new BR-X2 Tourbillon Micro-Rotor oozes style and sophistication all while maintaining its haute horlogerie identity by fusing its case, movement and dial into one epic masterpiece. 

The new BR380 movement housed in this fine timepiece follows one simple guideline: to magnify the movement in the iconic Bell & Ross square shape.

Both the watch's back and front is pure sapphire crystal, giving an unobstructed view of the gorgeous tourbillon and the inner mechanics of the movement for all to see.

It would be impossible to talk about the BR-X2 Concept without talking about its case.

The watch's frame is cut from a solid plate of stainless steel as thin as the movement itself, forming a beautiful continuity that's pleasing to the eye.

For protection, the frame is closed with two sapphire plates from the back and top, creating a uniformity. These plates are milled and polished for hours and hours to achieve the perfect shape and clarity, with large bevelled facets to enrich the sides of both plates.

Not just made for beauty, the plates sit on translucent gaskets for compensation as well as water resistance, sealed altogether with Bell & Ross' four iconic screws.

For more information on this sleek timepiece, visit Bell & Ross' official page here.