RED ALERT
World of Watches|Summer 2021
The BR03-92 Red Radar Ceramic is Bell & Ross’ incarnation of one of its cult favourites.
ASAPH LOW

A decade after the launch of the Red Radar, Bell & Ross is set to release the cult favourite once again incarnated in the form of the BR03-92 Red Radar Ceramic. It retains the same quirkiness, expertly melded into its professional guise, as its predecessor had won the hearts of many ten years ago. In Bell & Ross’ portfolio of serious-looking tool watches, the Red Radar Ceramic stands out like a red sore (no pun intended) for good measure and finds itself comfortably nestled in the brand’s Flight Instruments collection.

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