Bell & Ross isn’t exactly known for dive watches, but damn, the Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Diver Military is an absolute looker that I think will appeal to non-divers. To be clear… Bell & Ross isn’t new to underwater exploration. It’s just that the French luxury watchmaker isn’t quite as established underwater as it is, you know, in the air.
Anyhoo… like I have said, the Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Diver Military is an absolute beauty. Presented in an olive drab tone, the Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Diver Military mirrors the color of the military uniform of these men for whom discretion is the ultimate priority while in mission and makes it a superbly camouflaged watch.
As a military-orientated timepiece should, the watch’s olive drab dial is perfectly readable both in the day and night – tanks to the photoluminescent coating.
Further distinguishing the BR 93-92 with regular square BR is a high performance 42 mm matte black ceramic case, featuring a unidirectional rating ceramic bezel with 60-minute scale and screw-down with crown guard. The ceramic case is lightweight and virtually unscratchable.
In addition, it boasts technical and functional features that echo a set of military specifications and meet the requirements as defined by international standard, ISO 6425.
Other spec-sheet details include calibre BR-CAL.302 automatic mechanical, hours, minutes, seconds and date functions, a Khaki dial, applique indices and applique skeletonized Super-LumiNova with anti-reflective coating, and water resistance to 300 meters (30 ATM or 990 feet).
The watch is presented with a woven black rubber and ultra-resilient khaki synthetic fabric, pin buckle in steel with PVD finish.
Limited to just 999 pieces worldwide, the Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Diver Military is available now for US$4,500.
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