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Introducing – Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Diver Full Lum


Fitting a circle within a square is no simple task… And when you add the fundamental elements of a dive watch to the mix, including the required rotating bezel, this makes the task even more complex. Yet, this is what Bell & Ross has done with its BR 03-92 Diver, successfully mixing the iconic BR case with diving features. Today, the brand adds its ‘LUM’ concept to this watch, with the new Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Diver Full Lum… Shine a light!

Bell & Ross has a history of diver-oriented timepieces that dates back to 1997, with the Hydromax and its oil-filled 11,100-metre water-resistant case, followed by a dedicated collection named BR02, and knows a thing or two about diving instruments. However, in 2017, the challenge was to adapt the elements of a dive watch to the brand’s signature design, the ‘circle within a square’ case with 4 functional screws. This resulted in the BR 03-92 Diver, one of the brand’s most accomplished pieces later derived in multiple editions, such as bronze, steel-and-blue or black ceramic.

The latest edition in the range is the Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Diver ‘Full Lum’ which adapts one of the brand’s concepts that focuses on legibility, day and night – and that means relying massively on the use of Super-LumiNova, and not only for the markers.

Before we move to what really matters here, note that this watch, except its material, is identical to the previous steel BR 03-92 Diver. As such, the case measures 42mm x 42mm and is crafted in matte black ceramic. It is equipped with a screw-down crown, a closed caseback and a sapphire crystal, and is water-resistant to 300m. Note that the watch is a proper diver’s instrument, according to the international standard ISO 6425.

The bezel is also new and is made of matte black ceramic too. It is unidirectional and features a seamlessly integrated 60-minute scale that matches the dial in colour. It is made from Super-LumiNova and glows in the day and at night. The watch is powered by a solid automatic movement based on the Sellita SW 300-1 architecture. It is worn on a black textured rubber strap with a PVD-coated pin buckle and an additional ultra-resilient black synthetic fabric is also included.

Now to the pièce de résistance: the dial. There are two faces to a coin and there are two faces to this dial. At first, it appears identical to all other BR 03-92 Divers; same indexes and hands, same display. The dial is light green during the day, with blackened indexes and hands for a strong contrast – all filled with Super-LumiNova C3. The magic happens at night, as the dial is entirely covered in Super-LumiNova C5, making the black markers highly visible and the watch fully luminescent.

Price and availability

The Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Diver Full Lum is a limited edition of 999 pieces, now available from retailers and on the brand’s website. It is priced at EUR 4,400 or USD 4,500. More details at

Technical specifications – Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Diver Full Lum

42mm x 42mm squared case – matte black ceramic case – unidirectional bezel in matte black ceramic with luminescent 60-minute diving scale – sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating – screw-down crown – 300m water-resistant

light green dial painted with luminescent Super-LumiNova C5 – applied indexes and hands black coated, filled with luminescent Super-LumiNova C3

calibre BR-CAL.302 (base Sellita SW 300-1) – automatic – 25 jewels – 28,800 vibrations/hour – 42h power reserve – hours, minutes, seconds, date

black rubber – black PVD-coated pin buckle – ultra-resilient black synthetic fabric also included

limited to 999 pieces

available June 2020


EUR 4,400

USD 4,500

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