The aesthetic appeal of the beige leather wrist strap and black dial on this Bell & Ross watch is incredibly high. Replicated to represent the shape of a cockpit instrument from aircraft, the design certainly captures men’s lifestyles and the history of being a pilot. With a black carbon ion-plated stainless steel case and bezel, it also offers a manly approach to wristwatch style. It pairs nicely with the tan or beige leather strap featuring contrasting white stitching. The BR03-94 Heritage Aviation watch also includes luminous hands and index hour markers in beige which tie together the look against the black dial.
Bell & Ross BR03-94 Heritage Aviation Men’s Watch
You’ll find Arabic numerals in the six and 12 o’clock positions with minute markets surrounding the outer rim. This chronograph watch also displays two sub-dials for sixty seconds and thirty minutes. Plus there’s a slick date display located at the bottom right of the dial in the four and five o’clock position.
At the inner core of the Bell & Ross Men’s 42 MM BR03-94 Heritage Aviation Watch there’s a precise automatic movement, covered by the beautiful scratch resistant sapphire crystal, and a solid case back. For the case itself it measures 42 mm by 42 mm, paired with a tang clasp on the strap. And lastly, should you need to go in the water; it’s also water resistant up to 100 meters or 330 feet.
The Intricate History Of Bell & Ross
However if you were looking for a bit more on the history on Bell & Ross for whatever reason it may be here’s a quick introduction. It was originally founded by Bruno Belamich and Carlos A. Rosillo. Both were businessmen, with Bruno being French and Rosillo being Swiss, making for the perfect design team. Together the two launched Bell & Ross in 1992 when they passed along their design work to Sinn, a German watchmaker. After fantastic success from their eye appealing watch brands, the Bell & Ross Company officially opened doors to their own independent product facility in 2002. Located in the heart of La Chaux-de-Fonds in Switzerland, the two set out to change the world with aesthetically pleasing watch concepts based on four core principals of design.
These include highly accurate Swiss mechanical movements such as the ETA Valjoux. Visual indicators that could be read extremely well, including the same ones you’d see when flying inside of an aircraft. For example, the instrument panel themselves are where the inspiration for the clear indicators comes from. Next was optimal water resistance, for both long lasting protection and utility of their watches. And finally the team agreed to include special functions dedicated to exact uses that would be beneficial to the person who wears the watch itself.