BELL AND ROSS BR03-94 HOROLUM

Australian T3 - - TIME TO UPGRADE -

Bell & Ross is, per­haps, the ul­ti­mate ref­er­ence when it comes to pro­fes­sional avi­a­tion watches. With its iconic square shape and clean graphic lines, there re­ally is noth­ing else like it. The Horolum, pic­tured here, fea­tures lash­ings of ul­tra-phos­pho­res­cent Su­per-Lu­miNova C3 on the hands, in­dexes and num­bers, hence the name. The colour is de­signed to mimic the light­ing on land­ing strips, and of­fers ex­cel­lent read­abil­ity at night. The Horob­lack fea­tures an iden­ti­cal de­sign, but, as its name sug­gests, uses a black Su­per-Lu­miNova fin­ish in­stead – this is still flu­o­res­cent, but with a stark black de­sign in the light. We think both look fan­tas­tic. The Horob­lum is lim­ited to just 500 pieces, while the Horob­lack is lim­ited to 999 pieces. $6,299, bell­ross.com

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