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Chrono­log­i­cally speak­ing, Bell & Ross launched its Horo line last year. The name it­self—Horo—comes from a ref­er­ence to Bell & Ross’ con­cept of us­ing matt mi­cro blasted steel on the boxes and di­als and a sand­wich dial for op­ti­mal read­abil­ity.

For this year, Bell & Ross pre­sents the new BR03-92 Horoblack that re­flects the spirit of the brand’s in­stru­ment watches. More­over, this model comes as a lim­ited edi­tion of just 999 pieces with a sim­ple and un­clut­tered dis­play that fea­tures a graphic dial with clear in­di­ca­tions. Up front, the case is de­signed in a con­tem­po­rary style boast­ing the iconic shape of the house—a cir­cle in a square—that is rem­i­nis­cent of the sil­hou­ette of a clas­sic cock­pit clock.

With the same prin­ci­ple like pre­vi­ous it­er­a­tions of the watch, the main char­ac­ter­is­tic of the “Horo” model is to pro­vide the best read­abil­ity at all times. Fur­ther­more, this con­tem­po­rary watch has the char­ac­ters to evoke the realm of the air. With a min­i­mal­ist de­sign and hy­per­read­abil­ity, this type of dis­play is a clas­sic at Bell & Ross. All in all, and tak­ing into ac­count the sand­wich con­struc­tion of the dial, the watch em­bod­ies moder­nity the way Bell & Ross does it.

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