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Bell & Ross BR 03 White Steel & Gold

Bell & Ross unveils a surprisingly luxurious and urbanite look for its instrument watch, now with rose gold accents and an opaline dial.


The iconic BR 01, introduced in 2005, set the stage for Bell & Ross with its military and aviation-inspired design. Featuring a distinctive square case with four screws and a round cockpit instrument-inspired dial, it became the cornerstone of the brand. Following its success, the more compact BR 03 joined the lineup in 2006, with last year’s update introducing 41mm cases alongside enhanced power reserves.


In its latest iteration, the BR 03 returns with a chic steel and gold case, boasting a white opaline dial that exudes urban sophistication. The redesign includes more pronounced bevels, slimmer lugs, and a refined case size of 41mm, enhancing the watch's overall aesthetic appeal.


The polished stainless steel flanks accentuate the rounded corners of the case, while the rose gold bezel adds a touch of elegance. The opaline dial, with its delicate grained texture and golden appliques, offers a refined yet legible display, complemented by beige Super-LumiNova for enhanced visibility in low-light conditions.


Powered by the automatic calibre BR-CAL 302, the watch features a 54-hour power reserve and maintains a water resistance of 100m. Paired with a brown calfskin leather strap with white stitching, the BR 03 White Steel & Gold combines luxury with functionality, making it a standout addition to Bell & Ross's collection.

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