This latest addition to the Heritage family stands out with a vivid navy blue dial accented with gold indexes and hands.
Bell & Ross has always been passionate about military history and its airborne heroes. Case in point is its Heritage collection which pays homage to the Golden Age of Flight between World War 1 and 2, consisting a series of watches inspired by the military aircraft instruments of the 1940s.
In keeping up with the times, it created the Instrument BR Heritage in 2009 to breathe new life and revive the authentic spirit, recognisable by its rugged stamped natural leather strap. It followed up in 2013 with the BR 03 Golden heritage, updating the retro elements of the 2009 piece with golden applique numerals and indexes, a brown dial with a surface that bore subtle marks of wear and a satin-brushed steel case.
This year, it is proud to premiere another update – the BR 03-92 Blue Golden Heritage.
More contemporary than before yet still retaining some of its past appeal, this latest addition to the Heritage family stands out with a vivid navy blue dial accented with gold indexes and hands. The contrast offers excellent aesthetics and refined eligibility inside a square satin-brushed 42mm steel case.
Like its predecessors, its strap also has a story of its own: the calfskin leather is given character with hotstamping and a black heavy-duty synthetic fabric that will, like the previous models, take on the owner’s signature over time to form a unique patina.
It is water resistant to 100 meters and is limited to only 120 pieces but here is the most exciting part of the timepiece. All 120 will be available for purchase only exclusively in Malaysia.
BR 03-92 Blue Golden Heritage is retailing at RM13,700 and it is available in Bell & Ross Boutiques now.
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