1357 ave. Greene 2e étage, Westmount (Qué), H3Z2A5 Canada 514.845.8878   info@mattbaily.ca

BR03-90 Reserve de Marche

BR03-90 Reserve de Marche

in the BR 03-92 42mm Collection
by Bell & Ross

Une montre BR03 Instrument en acier inoxydable qui comporte un indicateur de date proéminent et une complication de réserve de charge.

Acheter cet article


Gamme de prix

$5,000 - $10,000

No. du manufacturier



Black rubber strap with steel tang buckle, and black nylon with velcro closure. Includes tools to change the straps.


42mm stainless steel case with brushed and polished elements. Monobloc case secured together with screws. Flat sapphire crystal with anti reflective coating. Closed caseback.


Automatic winding ETA Swiss calibre.


Matt black dial with Superluminova numerals and hands. Big date display at 12 oclock, power reserve indicator above 6 oclock.


Produits reliés

Postes lies sur le Baily Blogue

Bell & Ross Promotion - BR03-90 Power Reserve

2012 mai 16

For a limited time and while supplies last, we are offering the new Bell & Ross BR03-90 Reserve de Marche (Power Reserve, with big date) for 3995$ plus tax - regular MSRP 5280$.

Bell & Ross BR01 Red Radar

2012 mars 30

Matt Baily was the first Bell & Ross retailer in Canada, and we have witnessed the evolution of the company from a quirky producer of professional watches into a powerhouse brand driven by distinctive industrial designs. Their BR01 and BR03 Instrument series are still the benchmark for modern military-industrial watches. To keep the design fresh, Bell & Ross has introduced numerous colour variations and complications over the years; the Red Radar limited edition in particular has garnered a lot of press in the watch media as a seriously cool design that takes the Instrument to another level.

Basel 2012 - Bell & Ross WW1 Jump Hour

2012 mars 08

The latest news from Bell & Ross - an updated Jump Hour model in the WW1 line available in 18k rose gold and platinum.

Basel 2012 - Bell & Ross BR01 Horizon

2012 mars 07

New from Bell & Ross - the BR01 Horizon