Bell & Ross - BR V2-93 GMT 24H

Bell & Ross – BR V2-93 GMT 24H

Planned considering incessant voyagers and pilots, the new Bell & Ross BR V2-93 GMT 24H shows the time in three time regions offering great intelligibility and usability.

Its 41 mm round steel case with coordinated insurance for the screw-down crown and adjusted carries to all the more likely adjust to the wrist is an attribute of Bell & Ross’ Vintage arrangement.

On account of the bi-directional 24-hour scale bezel, the BR V2-93 GMT 24H showcases the time in three worldwide time regions rather than two not surprisingly. This is the first occasion when that Bell & Ross utilizes a bi-shading bezel: indeed, the anodised aluminum plate isolates night (dark) from day (dim).

Secured by a super bended sapphire gem with against intelligent covering, the dark dial makes the ideal differentiation with the huge white numerals, a shading plan that is straightforwardly enlivened to on-board flight instruments.

The GMT hand stands apart with its orange bolt while the Super-LumiNova covering utilized for records and hands guarantees ideal perceivability even in helpless light conditions.

The three white hands show hour, minutes and seconds in a single time region while the orange hand that pivots around the dial in 24 hours shows a subsequent time region. At long last, the bi-directional bezel empowers perusing of the subsequent time region or it can show a third time region by pivoting it clockwise to take away hours or against clockwise to add hours.

The development is the programmed Caliber BR-CAL.303 (base ETA 2893-2) which beats at 28,800 vibrations each hour and ensures 42 hours of self-governance. Water obstruction: 100 meters/330 feet.

The Bell & Ross BR V2-93 GMT 24H can be coordinated to a dark “Tropic” elastic lash (ref. BRV293-BL-ST/SRB) or to a top notch hardened steel bracelet (ref. BRV293-BL-ST/SST) with costs of Euro 2,900 and Euro 3,200 individually. bellross.com