The new Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Diver Tara Limited Edition watch has arrived
Thursday - 02 November 2023
The human race needs to learn more about the current state of our oceans. If you agree with that then you already have one thing in common with the prestigious Swiss watchmaker, Bell & Ross. The manufacturer who has become globally renowned for its instrument panel-inspired aviation watches is not the only one to shed some light on the matter. Other watch companies are doing the same and that’s because global issues are the responsibility of everyone and every business. Whilst the watch industry may not be the first to spring to mind when thinking about ocean conservation, it is certainly doing its bit. The most recent brand to get behind the important cause is Bell & Ross who now releases the new BR 03-92 Diver Tara watch in collaboration with the Tara Ocean Foundation.
The Bell & Ross and Tara Ocean Foundation partnership
The Tara Ocean Foundation aims to explore scientific research surrounding the current state of our oceans and to share those findings with the public. The more information that is shared, touching on marine biodiversity and pollution, the more we can do about it. The motto hits home to Bell & Ross since the work the foundation does relies on the same values that the brand’s watches offer.
For crew members of the Tara Ocean Foundation to carry out their important work, they need to rely on tools that are precise and reliable, not to mention tough and legible. These are all values shared by Bell & Ross watches. The manufacturer makes watches that can withstand the perilous conditions experienced out at sea. A combination of robust bodywork, legible features and a reliable movement all make a Bell & Ross watch what it is today - an indispensable tool to do life with.
Why Bell & Ross?
The new Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Diver Tara watch is the latest model to enter the brand’s professional dive watch range. For over 30 years the manufacturer has been focussing on the principles of the dive watch, improving technologies and materials to aid wearers in some of the most challenging of conditions. To do this, the manufacturer falls back on a rich heritage in dive watch expertise.
Back in 1997, the Hydromax watch was released, complete with a case filled entirely with oil and a staggering water-resistant capability of 11,100 meters. Then, in 2007, the brand released the BR 02 design. The professional diver’s watch was integrated with 1000-meter water resistance and offered a robust case for deep underwater exploration. Fast forward another ten years and the BR 03-92 Diver watch was released. Its iconic design adopted the square case with a circular dial and bezel. Now, marking its support for marine exploration and scientific research, the new BR 03-92 Diver Tara watch is here. It has a striking aesthetic and plenty to offer those in need of a dive tool for withstanding perilous conditions out at sea. The design of the watch is aimed at the crew of the Tara Ocean Foundation. It enables each member to cope with the magnitude of their tasks with a robust ceramic case and a legible dial.
The new Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Diver Tara watch
The latest BR 03-92 Diver watch to enter the brand’s innovative dive watch collection is limited to just 999 pieces worldwide and features a 42mm case. The material chosen for the Diver Tara watch case is a deep blue matte ceramic bodywork, equipped with 300-meter water resistance. The top of the case is sealed with a piece of scratch-resistant and anti-reflective sapphire crystal glass, which protects the surface of the dial. It prevents moisture, heat, light and dust damage to the surface of the display.
The new Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Diver Tara watch is ready to face any mission out on the water. Whether diving, partaking in water sports or exploring daring underwater environments, its dial is easily readable in all conditions. This, in part, is thanks to a clear and simple layout but also the Super-LumiNova material that has been applied to the surface of the hands and hour markers. A circular date window can also be referenced, discreetly nestled between 4 and 5 o’clock.
The BR 03-92 Diver Tara watch is limited to just 999 pieces worldwide. Its unidirectional rotating bezel with a legible 60-minute dive scale has the first 15 minutes marked out in a vivid orange colour. This is matched with the orange-coated central second hand, which parades a deep blue dial. The hand, along with the central hour and minute hands, are powered around the dial by a self-winding movement that is based on a Sellita engine. The Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Diver Tara watch is powered by the BR-CAL 302, which provides a power reserve of 38 hours once fully wound and performs at a rate of 28,800 vibrations per hour.
Of course, to equip the new dive watch with a spec that is ready for all eventualities, masters at the watchmaker’s facilities have chosen a woven blue rubber strap. It secures comfortably to the underside of the wrist with a blue PVD-coated stainless steel pin buckle engraved with the famous Bell & Ross logo.
If you’d like to get your hands on one of the 999 pieces of the new BR 03-92 Diver Tara watch, you can check the model out in more detail here or call and speak to a member of our C W Sellors sales team on (enter).