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Bell & Ross has referenced its other in-house models with the release of the BR V2-92 Orange.
The sports watch features the graphic signature of the dial of the very recent BR V2-92 Full Lum. It incorporates the same indexes, numerals and hands that light up in the dark as well as the orange dial of the BR 03-92 Diver Orange, the Diver who initiated the Orange family in 2020.
The BR V2- 92 Orange is the second element of this collection, both sharing the colour in common.
The novelty is characterised by the Pop colour of its dial, a very pure and bright orange.
In designing the watch in this way Bell & Ross wants the colour to have several significant meanings including the professional element of urgency and security as well as offering a throwback to the 1970s.
On the BR V2-92 Orange, the combination of the colour with the black outlines of the hands, numerals and indexes, offers optimal reading.
Readability has always been one of the fundamental qualities of Bell & Ross instrument watches.
The brand goes on to say how the BR V2-92 Orange could have been the essential watch of the coast guard but also that of skateboarders as it aims to pay tribute to the world of skateboarding.
Its neo-retro design and its Pop colour associate it with the sport, born in California in the 70s.
The roundness of its case evokes in particular the roundness of the wheels of a skateboard while its rubber strap with a “braided” tropical print is reminiscent of the grip that covers a skateboard deck.
The BR V2-92 Orange is also available with an integrated full steel bracelet and is powered by the self-winding BR-CAL.302 calibre.
Limited to 500 pieces and water resistant to 100m, the case is 41mm in diameter and will retail at £2,900.
The steel version will retail for £3,200.