Military watchmakers Bell & Ross is adding yet another aviation-inspired timepiece to its list of offerings, departing from an oft-classic blacked-out aesthetic for a grey stainless steel makeover.
Joining the BR 03-92 family, which all measure in at a modern 42mm size, the new Grey Lum reference maintains much of the brand’s heritage and design sensibilities, opting for the iconic square outer casing in satin-polished steel that houses an anthracite grey sunray circular dial — a tribute to the aeronautical instruments on a plane. Sitting neatly under the sapphire crystal are Super-Luminova C3-coated indices and numerals at the twelve, three, six, and nine o’clock positions, accompanied with a minimalist date window between four and five o’clock. Powered by a trusty Swiss-made BR-CAL.302 automatic movement, the watch comes complete with a grey-green calfskin strap as well as a secondary option constructed by the company’s ultra-resilient black synthetic fabric.
For those interested, Bell & Ross’ latest BR 03-92 Grey Lum reference is now available at select retailers, going for $3,400 USD. Head over to its website to learn more now.
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