Luxury watchmaker Bell & Ross continues to flaunt its marine expertise with a new dive watch that’s said to surpass the specific demands of underwater exploration. The BR 03-92 Diver Full Lum can aid divers by remaining accurate, legible and functional even at the deepest, darkest depths. The watch would also look stunning at work or the pub, but then you’d just be ignoring its full potential.
The BR 03-92 Diver Full Lum continues the Bell & Ross tradition of a round dial presented on a square case. The 42mm matte black ceramic case features a unidirectional rotating bezel with a graduated minutes scale that emphasises the almond green of the dial.
The dial is made of metal and fully coated with a paint made of green Superluminova C5 pigments, which is what gives the watch that incredible glow. The skeletonised indices and the bezel’s numerals also score the glow-in-the-dark treatment as they’re filled with green Superluminova C3. This ultra-phosphorescent light is long-lasting, making it possible to read the time even in complete darkness.
Divers will also appreciate that this timepiece has anti-shock and anti-magnetic protection and is water-resistant to a depth of 300 metres.
Bell & Ross equipped its latest piece with the calibre BR-CAL.302. Automatic mechanical movement which keeps track of the hours, minutes, seconds and date. For the strap, you have a choice between black woven rubber and an ultra-resilient black synthetic fabric. The buckle for both straps is black PVD-coated steel.
Only watches that meet the requirements defined by international standards can be labelled as diving watches. These official regulations set out specific criteria that include water-resistance to a minimum depth of 100 meters, a unidirectional rotating bezel, luminescent markers, anti-shock and anti-magnetic protection. This latest model from Bell & Ross ticks all the boxes and exceeds expectations when it comes to being readable in the dark.
The Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Diver Full Lum is priced at AUD$7,100 and is limited to 999 examples. You can pick one up via the link below.