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    Pictorial review of the BR03-92 Military Ceramic

    Just thought I would do a quick pictorial of the BR03-92 Military Ceramic.



    Just a quick background: I own many fine brands of automatics. The B&R Military Ceramic brings a completely different element and attitude compared to all my other time pieces.



    The watch is solid as a rock. The Ceramic is only slightly lighter weight with a finished quality that is very unique to the ceramic material. Not all ceramic watches are created equal and the B&R Ceramic oozes quality.


    The durability of the Ceramic and Sapphire crystal makes the B&R Military a idea every day watch suitable for outdoor adventures of any kind.


    The bright and very legible blue lume is among the very best in the industry.








    Strap changes are a dream now with the new drilled lugs that use conventional spring bars.


    The olive or "khaki" color dial looks black/charcoal in color indoors but outside the hue of the olive green color becomes more apparent. This gives the watch incredible versatility in looks. Note the color extends up on the sides of the chapter ring around the dial.

    Last edited by mystro; 09-01-2016 at 18:51.

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    Still not keen on the MT logo instead of the original Military Type.....but fantastic piece all the same....love the look and feel and look of the Ceramic over the original steel pvd...
    Great photos and review....
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    Thanks. I am guessing MT is on there to distinguish it from all the others as the "Military Watch". It doesnt bother me either way. The ceramic was a must for me as a user black watch. I was surprised how hefty the ceramic felt compared to a SS watch I typically wear. I thought the ceramic might feel like plastic but thats not the case at all. It feels more solid than my titanium watches.

    Quote Originally Posted by VintageRow View Post
    Still not keen on the MT logo instead of the original Military Type.....but fantastic piece all the same....love the look and feel and look of the Ceramic over the original steel pvd...
    Great photos and review....

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    Hi BRo,
    Thanks for that nice review !!
    Always great to see nice pics with comments.
    One correction : it's a 03-92, not a 03-97 !

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    Corrected. Thanks. How did I miss that??? Ugh..

    Quote Originally Posted by Kronofred View Post
    One correction : it's a 03-92, not a 03-97 !

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    Quote Originally Posted by mystro View Post
    Corrected. Thanks. How did I miss that??? Ugh..
    You were just checking to see if anyone would noticed LOL

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    Your animated GIF is really awesome

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    BR01-94 Pro Ti

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    Thanks for sharing.
    Outstanding pics.
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