Bell&Ross, Reservoir, Longines, Seiko—the week’s watches.

The announcements made in the field of horology have been plentiful over the past several weeks. To begin, let’s look at the French brand Bell & Ross. The company is ushering in a new age with the BR-X5 (starting at €6,900), which comes in three different iterations. Its BR-CAL.323 caliber is COSC-certified and has a power reserve of roughly 70 hours. It is signed by Kenissi, which is a rising benchmark in the industry, and it comes with a guarantee that lasts for five years. The rapid date correction feature enables adjustments to be made at any time, and the casing of the 41mm watch is designed around a watertight container that protects the movement. Additionally, the crown guard is machined from the same block as the movement. The bezel features a rubber ring as an accent. In conclusion, the design of the oscillating mass was conceptualized after the rim of a sports automobile. A resounding triumph.

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Continuing on the French side, Reservoir is introducing the new Sonomaster, which will retail for €6150 and include a dial reminiscent of the tools used by music engineers. The two retrograde needles are responsible for producing an accurate reproduction of the needles used in analog stereo amplifiers. This…

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