Did you know that the Bell & Ross BR03-92 Diver that was announced during Baselworld 2017 presents many “firsts” for the brand? Apart from being the very first square Diver watch from the brand, this is also the first time they are presenting a watch in a pelican case as the watch box. You will also get an additional velcro strap with this Diver, which means that you can easily adjust the length of the strap over your diving suit.
The BR03-92 Diver is ISO 6425 certified, and has met all of the international requirements to be able to be labeled as a “diving” watch. Apart from having a minimum water resistance of 100 meters, a diving watch should also have a time pre-selection device, which in the case of the BR03-92 Diver is a 60-minute calibrated uni-directional rotating bezel and it has proven to be very sturdy, to protect against accidental rotation or incorrect setting.
On the dial, the indices and hands must be legible at a distance of 25cm (9.8 inches) in the dark. As such, the lume that is applied on the vital components of the watch plays a huge part in providing safety to the diver. The BR03-92 Diver has also passed through a series of demanding tests on its spring bars to ensure that the spring bars are securely attached and its resistance to rust, magnetism, impacts, and thermal shocks.
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Also, do stay tuned for our full written review coming up on 22nd June at 9.30pm (GMT+8).
We have also reviewed some other Bell & Ross 2017 novelties, like the BR03-94 RS17 – a chronograph timepiece inspired by the steering wheel of the new Renault RS17 F1 car. Click the link for the review.
For more information on the BR03-92 Diver, visit bellross.com