One of the novelties of Bell & Ross is the BR 03-92 BI-Compass, a beautiful limited edition of 999 units. Always practical and functional, the brand met one of its greatest challenges in 2005 when it turned the cockpit of an airplane into a wristwatch. Since that marvelous achievement, Bell & Ross has advanced in the creation of aeronautical navigation tools of excellence. On this occasion, he presents the BR 03-92 BI-Compas watch.
Every part of the part is a benchmark for precision, readability, reliability and performance. Its design allows the time to be read clearly and in an original way. The dial is built on a two-tier base and divides its main central part from the outer part, where the minute hand is located, with a small step that carries a minute dial. The hour and minute graduations are separated so that the minutes in the main dial and the hours in the center predominate. Hours are indicated with a green triangular marker. For this watch it was necessary to obtain an ultralight disk that did not reduce the power reserve or the precision of the watch. It was also important that it was resistant and did not deform. Another interesting detail is the typography, identical to that of analog aviation meters. Color is another key aspect: Munsell green indicates the hours and carries Superluminova. The hands and numbers on the dial are colored in eggshell white. The housing is made of non-glare matte black ceramic. The automatic mechanical movement has a caliber BR-CAL.302. The straps are made of black rubber and ultra-resistant black synthetic fabric, with a steel shank and a black PVD finish.