The stainless steel case is slightly larger than the standard BR 05, coming in at 41mm as opposed to 40mm. This allows some breathing room for the 24-hour inner bezel, which is divided by gray (daytime) and black (nighttime).
The dial, meanwhile, makes a statement in black with a subtle sunray finish that catches the light in a notable way. It's finished off with detailing in red and a healthy amount of Super-LumiNova for legibility in all lighting conditions.
The watch draws its power from their in-house BR-CAL325 automatic, which is good for 42 hours of power reserve and comes fully on display through the sapphire glass caseback.
Finished with either a black rubber strap or stainless steel bracelet, it's available right here with pricing starting at $4,900 USD.