You may have noticed we’re all about the Bell & Ross AeroGT collection fake watches this week. After all, who didn’t spend their childhood creating jet-inspired cars, and imagining a world in which they could exist. Seriously, how much fun must B&R have had working on the AeroGT – and extending the concept out into two very cool watches. We’ve already reviewed the the three-handed BR03-92, but so far we’ve only given you a quick taste of the chronograph with our 60-second video. Now it’s time for a little more focus.
Let’s cut to the chase. This watch is all about the dial. Or rather, the lack of it. The skeletonised dial is at the heart of the AeroGT’s appeal. Rather than opt for something ornate, Bell & Ross leather strap cheap fake watches have gone for a more brutal approach, with lots of straight lines and machined finishes. It’s an effect that’s entirely on-brand, and brings to mind a racing team removing all superfluous elements from their car in an effort to reduce weight and increase performance. And just in case all the weight-savings aren’t enough, Bell & Ross has added some go-faster details – chronograph indicators and date arrow. Nice elements that break up the otherwise monochromatic colour scheme.
If the dial is fresh, the case is classic Bell & Ross limited edition replica watches – its square case inspired by airplane instrument panels only adding to the dial’s industrial look. Thanks to the shape, the AeroGT wears larger than the 42mm measurement might suggest, though it’s very comfortable thanks to the short lugs. The chronograph pushers and crown fit neatly into the design of the case, and the red start pusher and matching crown tube add an extra speedy touch, while the four (functional) bezel screws serve as the cherries on top.