Bell & Ross is a mainstay within the wristwear world; to say that they have a knack for creating timeless offerings would be an understatement. And while the company’s iconic square silhouette is as recognizable as it’s ever been, the heritage manufacturer has decided to make it even more noticeable.
Luminova detailing isn’t a new innovation when it comes to the industry’s most notable timepieces. To keep our favorite wrist-worn peripherals legible and applicable during the darkest hours of the day, the specialized, pigment-based coating has been applied to dials, numerals, and hands for over twenty years, making its first debut all the way back in 1993. Now, Bell & Ross has embued its most recent example, the BR 03-92 Full Lum, with an extravagant amount of Super-Luminova C3, resulting in one of the most luminous watches around. Even the watch’s green rubber strap has been injected to maximize its brightness. Like its brethren, the 03-92 Full Lum boasts a 42mm matte black ceramic case and an anti-reflective sapphire crystal to protect its dependable BR-CAL.302 automatic movement; but if you’re not the type of person who likes to stand-out during your night-time excursions, don’t fret: you’ll be able to pick up the illuminated, 250-example style with a more subtle black synthetic strap. Head to Bell & Ross’ website to snag one of your own for $3,900.
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