WatchTime - - Table Of Contents - By Alexan­der Krupp

| e BR 03-92 Diver from Bell & Ross of­fers an ex­cit­ing new adap­ta­tion of the brand’s dis­tinc­tive square case and stays wa­ter­tight to 300 me­ters.

The Bell & Ross name comes from the fam­ily names of the com­pany’s co-founders, Bruno Be­lamich and Car­los-an­to­nio Rosillo, who estab­lished Bell & Ross in Paris in 1992. At first, they had their watches built by Sinn Spezialuhren in Frank­furt am Main. To­day their pre­dom­i­nantly square watches are pro­duced in Switzer­land’s watch­mak­ing town of La Chaux-de-fonds and are worn by French po­lice of­fi­cers and mil­i­tary per­son­nel, among oth­ers.

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