Bell & Ross Adds a New GMT Timepiece to Its Pilot Watch Collection

Bell & Ross has added to its handsome collection of BR V timepieces, which are characterized by their round faces (as opposed to the brand’s highly recognizable square-faced watches) The latest is the new BR V2-93 GMT 24H, which can tell the time in three different locations around the world The functionality of a GMT watch (first created by Rolex in 1954 as the GMT Master) was first used by transatlantic Pan Am pilots during the dawn of commercial travel in the ’50s to help pilots tell time across two different time zones.

It has been a classic tool watch ever since for both pilots and jet-setters alike. For serious travelers who appreciate the functionality of a tool watch, Bell & Ross’ BR V2-93 GMT will appeal for its ability to tell the time in three time zones, unlike dual-time-zone GMTs The white hands for the hour, minutes, and seconds tell . More