Bell & Ross has made its mark with its aviation watches, though they are relatively new to the industry. Founded in 1992, the brand impressed critics and fans alike and is now internationally renowned and revered by timepiece cognoscenti all over the world. The company’s goal of creating watches that combine form and function — particularly based on the aviation industry — is the foundation of the brand’s success. The latest release within their GMT line is the Bell & Ross BR 03-93 GMT. This new model reimagines the GMT instrument design and features a more modern, easier-to-read, more functional dial. The black sunray dial is expertly designed to contrast with the white photoluminescent indexes and numerals. While the Bell & Ross BR 03-93 GMT provides brand standard three different time zones around the world, it goes beyond this and offers a bi-directional rotating bezel.
The choice to revamp a tried-and-true classic, the GMT, makes sense as Bell & Ross are determined to make 2021 the year they further strengthen their bond with their first passion, aviation. It is this sentiment for aviation watches, which can withstand the extremes in elevation and temperature variances, that is the impetus for the Bell & Ross BR 03-93 GMT. Notable features include the bi-directional rotating bezel and the 42 mm case of satin-finished, polished steel. The timepiece is also water-resistant up to 100 meters and has a sapphire anti-reflective coating.
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