FROM THE COCKPIT TO THE WRIST
Bell & Ross started creating watches inspired by aeronautical and military instruments in 1994. The brand has become an essential reference in the field of professional aviation watches and its models draw their inspiration from the design of on-board instruments.
The BR 03-92 Radiocompass, which takes its name from a radio navigation tool, the Radio Compass, is distinguished by its original coloured hands that guaranteed optimal readability.
Both modern and fun, this new watch joins the iconic Flight Instruments collection from Bell & Ross. This family, created in 2010, incorporates air navigation tools into horological pieces. The timepieces that make it up are highly successful.
Much of the great originality of the BR 03-92 Radiocompass comes from its very unusual hands, which take up the particular shape of the hands on the Radio Compass, the reference instrument. They also adopt 3 complementary colours. These pop, almost fluorescent shades contrast with the matt black of the dial.
They allow easy and immediate reading of the time. They also give a fun appearance to this watch.
With its shape and colour, each hand is associated with a time indication.
- The largest one indicates the hours. Painted in orange, it is made up of two branches and features a stylish H.
- The very long baton hand, adorned with a stylish M, gives the minutes. Painted yellow, it protrudes on both sides.
- The thinnest hand, painted green, displays the seconds.
Certain indications on the dial are coated with Superluminova®. At night, the luminescent indexes take on blue tones, the minutes stand out in green, and the hour hand first turns yellow and then ends its luminescence in green.