The Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Black & Green Bronze exudes a blend of military precision and maritime resilience with its CuSn8 bronze case and vibrant teal-green dial, making it a diving instrument with a sartorial edge.
Tracing its roots back to 1992, Bell & Ross emerged from the vision of Bruno Belamich and Carlos Rosillo, with its early timepieces crafted in the meticulous hands of German watchmaking by Sinn Spezialuhren. The brand’s design language is derived from military objects, a narrative that took a significant turn in 2005 with the launch of the BR 01 Instrument. This iconic design drew inspiration from the unambiguous and reliable vintage aircraft dashboard instruments, a homage to the skies that would chart the course for their future watches.
The introduction of the BR 03 series, a more compact iteration of the BR 01, marked a pivotal moment for Bell & Ross. This series resonated with aficionados seeking the brand’s signature aesthetic coupled with enhanced wearability.

The Black & Green Bronze diver asserts its presence on the wrist with a commanding 42mm bronze case, harmoniously complemented by a green anodized aluminum bezel insert and an teal-green matte dial. The gold-plated applied indices and hands stand out against the dial, offering a legible display. Indices and hands are coated with Super-LumiNova, ensuring that time is discernible in the murkiest of waters. A slimmer hour hand sweeps across the dial, complemented by more pronounced tracks and numerals, ensuring legibility remains at the forefront. The date window is placed at 04:30, combining functionality with the watch’s contemporary design.