After celebrating BAPE's 25th anniversary with a commemorative watch, Bell & Ross has unveiled its new BR 03-92 MA-1 timepiece, a tribute to the classic MA-1 military flight jacket that debuted in 1958.

Mimicking the MA-1 jacket's distinct colorway, the watch's 42mm-wide ceramic case and dial are treated in dark khaki with a matte finish, along with contrasting orange luminescence "Super-LumiNova." The timepiece's "sandwich"-style dial utilizes a layer of luminescent material on a plate underneath the dial which is visible through the cutout that displays the numerals and miniature stencil markings.

In addition, similar to the MA-1 jacket lined with orange and also reversible, Bell & Ross has designed the lining of the watch's strap in orange and made it reversible as well. Inside, the BR 03-92 MA-1 is powered by a Swiss Sellita SW300-1 automatic movement with 42 hours of power reserve, in addition to boasting water resistance of up to 100 meters.

Extremely limited to 999 units, the BR 03-92 MA-1 retails for $3,900. Head over to Bell & Ross' website now for additional details and availability.

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