Contrary to popular belief, Bell & Ross isn’t just an aviation-inspired watch brand. Over the past years, Carlos Rosillo and Bruno Belamich have slowly added more timepieces, designed with several other industries in mind. We’ve seen the brand head for space, design their own motorcycles and even conceptualise a new sports car. This year, the brand took it to the ocean instead and released the BR 03-92 Diver, the world’s first square-cased dive watch and we were happy to play around with it, testing it in the dark and underwater.
Watch the video that we put together and scroll down for more pictures and a review on the watch.
All in all, the new BR 02-93 Diver is an easy-to-wear fuss free watch like most of Bell & Ross’ collection (with the exception of the tourbillons, of course). Like its other timepieces, the watches are robust on the wrist yet not extremely thick and unwearable. The new Diver comes in with a thicker back and a thicker bezel to ensure the watch isn’t compromised underwater but nothing too drastic when worn. It fits well and the 42mm width of the case is easy to adapt to.
The new BR03-92 Diver is now available at the Bell & Ross boutique, #01-15 Mandarin Gallery