Bell & Ross BR03-92 Bi-Compass

The latest Bell & Ross watch is inspired by cockpit instruments, but this piece has an original twist: the hours are shown not by a hand but by the central part of the dial that rotates along with the reference triangle marked on it. It required some thoughtful design to ensure that this component would not reduce power reserve or precision. The result is a modern, attractive pilot’s watch with the unique Bell & Ross appearance.
Bell & Ross BR03-92 Bi-Compass

Differentiated SuperLumiNova, green and beige

The triangle and hour markers are coated in green SuperLumiNova, contrasting with the minute and second hands that have beige SuperLumiNova. It’s an interesting and attractive dial, designed for legibility.
Bell & Ross BR03-92 Bi-Compass

Black ceramic case

The watch has a matt black ceramic case 42 mm in width, and a strap in black rubber or black canvas. The box includes a tool that facilitates strap changing. Water resistance is 100 metres.
Bell & Ross BR03-92 Bi-Compass


The BR03-92 Bi-Compass is powered by the self-winding calibre BR-CAL.302, a movement made externally – presumably the Sellita SW300-1, therefore providing about 40 hours power reserve. It provides the stop-seconds function, and a quick-set date. The caseback is solid.
Bell & Ross BR03-92 Bi-Compass


The BR03-92 Bi-Compass is a limited edition of 999 units, and it costs €3,500. More information from In the photo below, a radio compass, showing the inspiration for the BR03-92 Bi-Compass.
Radio Compass

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