Bell & Ross BR V2-92 MILITARY GREEN

Reference #: BRV292-MKA-ST/SF

2,990 USD
Suggested retail price, may vary according to your local taxes and current exchange rates. All prices subject to change.

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Bell & Ross new professional-inspired timepiece in a cool military aesthetic.

Aviation timepieces

Since the very beginning, Bell & Ross has been inspired by flight instruments and military history in the creation of its timepieces. This brand-new duo of BR V2 military timepieces is no exception. The dials of these new aviation timepieces are highly legible in keeping with the functionality, precision, and reliability that is synonymous with the military world.

The Bell & Ross realms of expression

The land version is the BR V2-92 Military Green. The watch is powered by a reliable Swiss automatic movement and comes with “NATO Stretch” straps fitted with a closing system that uses parachute straps – a nice touch to the aviation theme. There is also the option for a stainless steel bracelet.

BR V2-92 Military Green

Paying tribute to military forces on the land, the BR V2-92 Military Green is a sport-chic civilian timepiece that respects some of the most important military specifications such as an anti-reflective matte khaki dial, a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal box, and green SuperLumiNova® for reading by day and night. The date is displayed in a window at 4:30 using a matching khaki disc, a nice touch to the military vibe.

Bell and Ross Military timepiece


Features

The Basics

Dial

Case

Strap

Functions

  • Hours
  • Minutes
  • Central Seconds
  • Date

Special Features

  • Water resistance 100m/10 bar

The Brand

Bell & Ross

Bell & Ross was founded in 1992 by two friends: Bruno Belamich (Bell) and Carlos A. Rosillo (Ross). The two Frenchmen shared a common vision to produce tool watches for professionals and teamed up with Sinn watches for their production. The first watches featured a highly recognizable design that replicated the shape of airplane cockpit instruments. In 2002, the brand was purchased by the fashion-giant Chanel and its timepieces are now produced in Switzerland’s La Chaux-de-Fonds.


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