BR 03-92 HOROBLACK
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.