Bell & Ross makes a watch for the person who loves both timekeeping and the beautiful design of vintage dashboards. Its watches have always been designed by Swiss watchmakers and aeronautical control panel specialists, creating a range of timepieces that work incredibly as tools and also leave an impression on anyone who sees them.

This year, the brand has released two new GMTs that are true to the aeronautical spirit of Bell & Ross and the perfect watches for any traveler. They fit in among the brand’s offerings, from the 38.5mm circular BR V1 to the 46mm BR 01. So get excited for a second time zone and check them out. We’ll see you at the airport.


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Bell & Ross

Large yet measured proportions. An integrated bracelet that’ll drop your jaw. Sharp black and white dial. All of this you might expect from a Bell & Ross watch. But a GMT function that’ll let you keep track of a second time zone while you’re on the go? That’s all-new, and we can’t wait to get our hands on it. And at 41mm, it’ll fit just right on our wrist when we do. This is the perfect watch for the business traveler. The kind of guy who doesn’t sweat a late-night meeting in Prague, or a gate-sprint to catch the redeye to LA.

Price: $4,900+


BR 03-93 GMT

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Bell & Ross

Another GMT, you say? Don’t mind if we do. This one from B&R is actually a replacement of a beloved flagship watch. Its black sunray dial and black-and-red aluminum bezel ring lend the air of an instant classic timepiece. At 42mm and on a black calfskin leather strap, it’ll look just as good on a motorcycle, or rested up against the bar, as it does on a plane. And that’s really the spirit of the 03-93, B&R, and, in fact, the GMT at large: ready to do it all, and to look damn good while doing it.

Price: $4,200