Rumors about the death of a diving The Bell & Ross BR03-92 Horograph And Horolum Limited are greatly exaggerated. Regardless of whether you take a deep dive, it is undeniable that the genre is as popular as ever. And 2017 was a particularly good year for underwater cellars. Take the last dive a year and do some of the best. I apologize in advance about the advantage of the water catchment.
The jump sketch of the year (I already said) was SIHH Panerai, which gave a new, smaller version of the familiar Luminor submarine diver. 42mm Luminor Underwater 1950 3 Days Auto Acciaio, James Stacey recently recenseerde, was finally a more portable version of what has traditionally been one of my favorite divers. At 47 mm, the Submersible line was traditionally always attractive, but was the greatest because of its giant size. Minimalist, slightly steampunk aesthetics fit the most compact dimensions and fit those of us who are not the heroes of the action movie.
Now that SIHH has passed, the new Baselworld novelties have started to roll in. Today we bring you two new watches from cheap Bell & Ross watches, the BR03-92 Horograph and the limited edition Horolum. Both of these creations have the characteristic replica Bell & Ross BR03-92 Horograph watches square case with which we are all familiar but with some slight updates to the typical pilot-style look.
Sinn usually flies under the radar (falls below the echo?) When divers, but the special US market version of the powerful U1 was quickly sold out, thanks to a small fine-tuning that made the German marking one of his most fervent fans, or agent from Florida. The differences between the so-called U1 Professional and the ordinary diver in a subtle yet remarkable black box with white marks, a fully hardened steel case and a modified selector for less text. They also removed the date function and most ruthlessly moved the crown case to the left. I had the opportunity in the spring with the U1 professional diving in the chilly wreck of the Great Lakes where over-proven (German submarine steel) was a talent.
The BR03-92 Horograph features a square micro-blasted steel case that measures 42mm on each side. buy Bell & Ross watches says the square case was inspired by the Bauhaus design movement, with its clean lines and “shape induced by function,” but, if we’re being honest, that makes absolutely no sense. There’s nothing Bauhaus about these watches. They’re much more in line with the instruments you’d find in an old aircraft than anything else – and that’s awesome, so there’s no reason to fluff up the story with something seemingly on trend. With travel in mind, specifically the clarity of airport clocks, the new BR03-92 Horograph features an updated black dial with white minute indexes, large five-minute indicators, a circular date window at four o’clock, and a red-tipped center seconds hand.
The movement is the mechanical sale Bell & Ross watches caliber BR-CAL.302, which is the same movement used in the previous reference BR03-92. It’s Bell & Ross’s version of the Sellita SW300-1, which has a 38-hour power reserve and runs in 25 jewels. The watch is available with a copy Bell & Ross watches rubber strap or a fabric strap, both with a bead-blasted stainless steel buckle.
The second watch we have here is the limited edition BR03-92 Horolum, which starts with the same bead-blasted square steel case and manually-wound BR-CAL.302 movement. However, what sets it apart from the standard BR03-92 is the addition of they grey dial that matches the case with bright green SuperLuminova C3 accents on the hands, indexes, and oversized Arabic numerals at the quarter hours. The watch is completed with a calfskin strap and bead-blasted buckle. It is available in a limited series of 500 pieces.
BREMONT better known for the clocks of the aviation theme, but they arranged new additions to their Supermarine diver assembly during the showcase event in London. The S301, inspired by the S300 and the vintage base, most other Super Marines differ in size, shrunk in the case 40mm and is reduced, with a modest water resistance of 300 meters (instead of 500 or 2000m larger). Even though choosing these watches are more conservative diving watch pattern, the luggage BREMONT distinguishes the Trip-Tick profile and maintains our nail polish, I believe would work both above and below the water.
Building in Baselworld we were spoiled for diving watches with many signs of experimenting with new water equipment, Breitling’s new Super Ocean Heritage II Tudor Black Bay Steel and Omega’s “Trilogy” for 60 years at Seamaster 300. But of course, we all came to the 50th anniversary of Rolex’s Sea-Dweller. And in the usual way, Rolex did not give us any expectations. Of course there was a red text clock that we all wanted, but the clock was also a completely new 43mm size and goddamn silk! -Kyklopys Expanding Date. I will first admit that I was not a fan when I first watched it, but in October when I was a few days diving in Mexico, I saw light, so to speak. 43 millimeters is reasonably large for the diving watch and differs significantly from the smaller Submariner. And the cyclops? The reason for the improvement is that Rolex can now add to the certainty of being a 1220-meter drum is controversial, but as someone with aging eyes, I can not say that it is not desirable.
On the other side of the spectrum in Baselworld there was a viewing that surprised me and many others. Rado Hyper Chrome Limited Edition Captain Cook was undoubtedly my favorite diver for the whole show, and one of the most important two or three throughout the year. First, Rado is not just a brand known for its dive shops and a lot less a brand that is perfect for the sixties. And secondly, who knew that the 37mm clock could compete with the big boys? But a combination of pure low-key style 60- without heavy faux-tin, a fixed spec sheet (ceramic frame and automatic movement of 80 hours) and a reasonable price for Captain Cook made by Darling show to many. And even though Rado and skeptics argue that a clock of 100 meters in length without a seam OLE diver, I did not need a big dive for a week in the Caribbean.