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    Re: BR03-92 Diver

    I much prefer the square B&R to the round ones but i am not sure the square diver quite pulls it off just doesn't work for me. Seams like the corners are going to get in the way too much for a diver.

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    I had the new diver and really liked the shape. But for some reason it just wasn’t as comfortable as the Ceramic Chronograph. Both have the rubber dive strap but the Chronograph which is the same size just wears so much better. I think the diver looked great in a dress shirt and sports coat.

    Would love to see a Chronograph diver.



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    I really Ike it.


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    Re: BR03-92 Diver

    I first thought: why B&R release a diver style watch after being proper pilot watch brand.
    But looking closer, I think the shape it is just perfect for this style. And at least numerals have lume (for the black one I'm sure), not the case of all diver watches.
    I don't dive but I think that it could be a real tool for divers.
    My favorite one it's the black matte ceramic!
    Any feedback from divers?

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    My favorite one it's the black matte ceramic!
    Mine too!

    The BMC is stunning



    I tried one on last week....it’s pretty awesome IRL




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    Re: BR03-92 Diver

    Like the design, but nothing too exciting, I was expecting more for sure.


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    Re: BR03-92 Diver

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    My diver is unfortunately going to be sent in for service because the rubber coating on the crown has come loose which makes turning the crown very difficult.

    Anyone else have this same problem?


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    Hi gmgSR50, I'm having the same issue. Could you let me know what the outcome was for service? Did you have to send the watch back? Couldn't they have sent a new piece of rubber? I'm having the same issue, was curious what you found. Thanks in advance!

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    Love my Bell & Ross. It's a beautiful time piece and the second one I've owned. Also have a BR02 in black. Great watches, although on my BR03 (pictured above) the rubber around the crown is loose. Anyone have any recommendations on how to get serviced? Can B&R just send me a new piece of rubber for the crown? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shockunit View Post
    Hi gmgSR50, I'm having the same issue. Could you let me know what the outcome was for service? Did you have to send the watch back? Couldn't they have sent a new piece of rubber? I'm having the same issue, was curious what you found. Thanks in advance!
    I ended up sending it back for service since it was still within the warranty period. The new one seems to be tighter on the crown but I wouldn’t be surprised if it happens again. Rubber stretches and if the glue or whatever they use to keep it on doesn’t hold over time, the rubber coming loose is bound to happen. Not a real functional element on the watch in my opinion.

    If it happens again I’ll likely look to see if one of their other crowns can be used instead.


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    Re: BR03-92 Diver



    Here’s my diver on the golden heritage leather strap. I know many don’t like leather on divers but I think this works quite well!


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