Bell and Ross Creates Instrument BR 01-93 24h GMT

Apr 30, 2009
Bell & Ross Instrument BR01 watch collection has been enlarged by a new timepiece providing the second time zone function.

The new Instrument BR 01-93 24h GMT is developed as a high-tech timekeeping companion for frequent travelers. The GMT function of the watch shows the time at two different locations simultaneously.

The matte black dial of the watch offers perfect readability. The white hands on the main dial show the time at the current location of the watchs wearer, while the orange hand on the 24-hour inner bezel shows the time in his own country. The date function is presented via a tiny window between 4 and 5 o'clock.

The great readability of the dial is reached with help of large, white photo-luminescent numerals and markers and the orange GMT hand that stand out against the black background.

The face of the timepiece
is shielded by anti-reflective sapphire crystal.

The case of the watch measures 46 mm in diameter. It is crafted from stainless steel provided with a glass bead-blasted finish and a black carbon powder coating. The case construction incorporates a unidirectional interior bezel and a screw-in crown. The timepiece is 100-meter water-resistant.

The Bell & Ross watch, reviewed by, is equipped with the self-winding ETA 2893 caliber, a highly reliable mechanical movement with a balance frequency of 28, 800 vibrations per hour. The movement offers a 42-hour power reserve.

The Instrument BR 01-93 24H GMT is secured to the wrist on a sporty rubber strap or a strap produced from heavy-duty synthetic fabric.

It is a perfect choice for a man who wants his watch to accompany him for long-distance journeys.

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