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I welcomed this latest addition to my collection from The Gate: this Bell&Ross BR03-92 automatic Diver's watch, which I saw here recently & told myself: "I have to get that." Paid a relatively small amount for it (ca. $71) & received it in about ten days from date of purchase. It feels solid and large -- 52mm w/crown; 51mm w/o x 18mm thick. To this untrained eye, the dial details are very good, the crown guards are very interesting (but the crown itself is tiny); the rubber strap is thick yet pliable with fine BR markings on either side The date, which you can't see in the pics is nicely centered in the date window, and the seconds sweep has the tell-tale sign of a 2813 movement, which isn't too shabby. The bezel is unidirectional, with just the right amount of resistance. Thanks to the mate who first profiled his/hers. dave: OH, and one more point: the power reserve on this beauty is weak -- only eight (8) hours once I took it off my wrist. That said, I can live with this.