Go on new adventures with Bell & Ross' first square diving watch
Most might know the functionality of Bell & Ross watches and their link to the aviation industry. They pay tribute to the timekeepers used throughout history, from the First World War's pocket watches to the Second World War's flight instruments. However, many might not know the brand's relationship with the oceans. Having released their first professional diving watch in 1997 followed by the next in 2007, Bell & Ross returns to the sea a decade later with the BR03-92 Diver — the French maison's first square diving watch.
Boasting woven rubber straps, a luminescent 12 o'clock indicator and a black-and-white contrast dial, the BR03-92 Diver is not just sophistication at its best. It's ergonomics punctuated with smarts to meet the dangers men and women face in their diving profession. Designed to withstand pressure at great depths, this sturdy square piece possesses the ability to go as deep as 300 metres. The 2.85mm thick metal applique with anti-reflective coating also offers uni-directionality to prevent references from being lost, ensuring the safety of the wearer. It's set to protect against impact, and ready to explore an environment that is both fascinating and dangerous.
Tides will always change, but the reliability of this Bell & Ross beauty will never waver.
The new BR03-92 Diver is available at Bell & Ross boutiques.