Three years after the launch of the black camouflage edition of Bell & Ross‘ highly-versatile BR 03-92, the French watchmaker is now releasing a follow up in the form of another limited edition, this time turning the camouflage pattern white for a more snowy alpine aesthetic.
As usual, the watch comes in a blacked-out 42mm PVD-coated ceramic case, this time holding two separate dial inserts: a top dial featuring a white and gray camo pattern with numerica cutouts for its indices at 3, 6, 9 and 12 o’clock, which then reveal the black Super-LumiNova dial underneath. The same coating is applied for all three hands as well, increasing legibility in the dark. Also standard is the date window sitting discreetly between 4 and 5 o’clock, as well as the Sellita SW300-1-based BR-CAL.302 automatic movement, which carries a 38-hour power reserve. Boasting 100 meters of water resistance, the watch is finished with either a standard black rubber strap or a unique calfskin strap with a matching white camouflage pattern.
For those interested, Bell & Ross’ BR 03-92 White Camo is now available for $3,800 USD over on the company’s website, limited to just 999 examples.
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