Bell and Ross takes to the skies with aircraft inspired Compass


Bell and Ross has introduced its BR 03-92 Bi-Compass to market.

Inspired by analogue instruments of aircraft cockpits, the designers aim to reflect how each instrument is a reference point in terms of ‘precision, legibility, reliability and performance.’

Powered by the calibre BR-CAL.302 automatic mechanical, the Bi-Compass has a 42mm black ceramic case and comes with a black rubber and ultra-resilient black synthetic fabric.


With a date function accompanying the hours, minutes and seconds, the timepiece also features a crystal sapphire with anti-reflective coating and a central hour disc in the dial with SuperLuminova marking.

Limited to 999 pieces and water resistant to 100m, the watch will retail for $3,900.

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