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Bell & Ross (Bell & Ross) launched high-quality triple watch

French manufacturer Bell & Ross is synonymous with their aviation style aesthetic but every now and then the newest sail the neo-vintage wave sweeping the industry to provide us some retro-style timepieces. Being a relatively youthful brand (founded in 1992), they don’t have a great deal of historic catalog to dive into, but their neo-vintage BR V2 lineup sort of imagines what a Bell & Ross could have looked like in the 1950s or 60s. Ahead of Baselworld 2020, they’ve blooded the BR V2 lineup with three new models, let’s take a look at them here.


The trifecta – BR V2-92 Military Green, BR V2-94 Aéronavale Bronze, and BR V2-93 GMT Blue — is intended to represent sea, atmosphere, and land watches. These are Mens Gold watches comprise that the Marine Nationale-style elastic Nato strap with a sensible closure system, made using upcycled parachute straps. The first of those three brand new watches is that the land-focused BR V2-92 Military Green. The opinion has a 41-mm steel case, with crown guards protecting its screw-down crown, and a bidirectional steel bezel with an anodized black aluminum ring.
The olive green dial includes a black outer second ring, printed white Arabic numerals in the quarter-hour markers and simple lines for those in-between, along with a subtle round date window at the 4:30 position. Time is indicated by the brand’s pilot-inspired hour and minute hands, with an easy white pointer used for the seconds counter. The watch is powered with the Sellita-based BR-CAL.302 automatic movement, storing a 38-hour power book.


The BR V2-93 GMT Blue employs exactly the same steel instance as the Military Green, although this one includes a 24-hour blue-and-gray bidirectional bezel. The dial of the watch employs a similar configuration to the land-inspired bit, using oversize printed white Arabic numerals for the quarter hours and a 4:30 date window, though distinguishing itself using its chronograph-style outer minute ring and little non-quarter-hour markers.
The hour and minute hands additionally use the snowy Super-LumiNova-filled, pilot-inspired configuration, though now in metal, even though a red arrow hand is utilized in a dramatic comparison to the rest of the dial to indicate the time on the 24-hour scale. This watch is powered by the automatic BR-CAL.303, dependent on the ETA 2893-2 with a 42-hour power reserve. The watch will retail at $3,200 on the strap, $3,500 on the bracelet, and will hit stores this month.