The highlight of the piece is no doubt the olive drab ceramic dial, housed within the brand’s signature matte black square case and sapphire crystal, keeping the timepiece light yet durable. Its 42mm casing is paired with a 60-minute unidirectional in the same sleek tone, offering divers greater functionality when underwater, along with a robust 300m water resistance.
To provide better legibility in these darker conditions, the watch’s indexes and hands all feature green Super-LumiNova C3, with a larger index at 12 o’clock so you’ll never lose its correct orientation. Completing the limited-edition release are two straps to choose from — a black woven rubber option and a rugged khaki fabric option — as well as a water-resistant Pelican carrying case.
For those interested, the Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Diver Military is now available for £3,990 GBP (approx. $5,445 USD). Head over to the watchmaker’s website to learn more.
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