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    breitling or BellRoss ???????????

    Im looking at 2 differnt models breitling superocean steelfish or the Bell N Ross br o3-94. As far as the quality and reliability. Any info would be good.

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    Re: breitling or BellRoss ???????????

    Go for the one you like best.

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    ...Steelfish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stuffler,mike View Post
    go for the one you like best.
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    My eyes!! Get the Breitling. I had a steelfish and its pretty much bulletproof. Never owned a B&R, and probably never will as long as they are square.

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    Re: breitling or BellRoss ???????????

    Quote Originally Posted by stuffler,mike View Post
    Go for the one you like best.

    +1, get what you like. I happen to consider Breitling well above Bell and Ross. May not be accurate but that is my perception. B&R are not COSC for the most part-are they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AIKO View Post
    +1, get what you like. I happen to consider Breitling well above Bell and Ross. May not be accurate but that is my perception. B&R are not COSC for the most part-are they?
    No, where I believe that Breitling often is.

    In every aspect the Breitling wins out right in this match up. One thing I think you should determine is if you prefer having a bracelet option or if you don't care. The B&R doesn't offer a bracelet, not with any model they make, as far as I know, which is a BIG deal breaker for me. I mean, I sometimes like to have a strap on, don't get me wrong, but I've also got to have an optional bracelet. With the Breitling you have bracelet or rubber and you can always buy aftermarket Natos or Zulus, which ROCK on any diver! Good luck m'friend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beyond 'The Box' View Post
    No, where I believe that Breitling often is.
    Every Breitling, including quartz models, are COSC certified

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    unless you really prefer the looks of the bell and ross, i'd get the steelfish. regarding movements and finish, i believe breitling is better.
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    oooh...this would be a tough choice. Tons of respect for both. I think I'd go with the breitling if you get the blacksteel version. Otherwise, I'd probably go with the B&R just personally I like the different take that B&R has. Both are top notch in terms of movement. I believe Breitling's movements have gone through the paperwork to prove cosc, but I'm always very confident of B&R's movements' abilities to pass cosc too.

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