Bell & Ross is all aviation. Their designs are original and not only functional, but aviation themed. This new watch, the BR03-94 Carbon Orange is no exception. It's name clearly derives from the strap and orange accents on the dial and case. All the hands involved with the chronograph are orange, as well as the top pusher. The Ltd "logo" across from the date not only keeps the dial balanced, but also acknowledges that the watch is a LE of 500. The 42mm case houses the 37-jewel ETA 2894 automatic chronograph movement. With a running seconds hand at 3 and the 30-minute subdial at 9, this watch has a look not regularly used and I am sure many will appreciate the move, since watches are beginning to use the same movements (7750, 2824-2, 9015, NH35A, 8215) as these movements become more popular. The case is similar to others they have used in the past, so there is not much to mention here. A little known fact is that the color orange is reserved for essential information in the cockpit of a plane, just adding to the aviation themed design. In addition, this color is also worthy of note, since the chronograph hands are orange. The watch will also come on a black rubber strap if the orange canvas is just too much color for some. The price of the Carbon Orange has yet to be announced. More pictures can be found below.
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