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    Airman Basic Bluecat128's Avatar
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    Question Is the Bell & Ross Geneva BR123 a COSC approved chronometer like a Rolex?

    Is the Bell & Ross Geneva BR123 a COSC approved superlative chronometer like a Rolex?
    The movement is a good one; ETA 2895, it must be costly and slow to run tests on a production run of, say...
    500 units. You'd have to do the various gravity positions over weeks.... I've read what other owners have said
    they've been told at the level of an AD, but Bell & Ross HQ, Inc... has not answered the question, is it or is it not a chronometer
    at COSC standards?

    Thank you

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    no, (no need amha)
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    As far as i know, no movement in BR production is certified COSC


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    Did you check accuracy of your watch ?

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