It's common to see the popular fake Bell & Ross are greatly inspired by the world of aviation. As a matter of fact, it's within our expectations. However, the new addition to their "Horo" label does it with a much more "grounded" perspective. Following on from last year's three-handed Horolum, the Parisian brand has taken the next logical step and added a chronograph, featuring all the utilitarian styling of the original that's sure to please the swiss watch crowd. Starting with the brand's ever-popular BR-03 square case design, the BR 03-94 Horolum uses a 42mm microblasted steel case, with huge rectangular pushers on its side to control the chronograph. By micro-blasting the case with a high-pressure spray of tiny glass beads, the replica Bell & Ross could dull down the finish, making a matt concrete-grey coloring that doesn't reflect light, an effect that is also attached to its sandwich-style dial. So, it witnesses the hour markers of its top metal plate cut out to reveal healthy dosing of lume - in step with all five hands of the Horolum - that has been applied below. Powering it from within is an ETA-based automatic chronograph movement, the popular fake Bell & Ross labeled caliber BR-CAL.301, with a power reserve of 42 hours. And to hold it to the wrist is a supple grey-green calfskin strap. However, it isn't actually an entire newly-established watch for Bell & Ross — there're already some chronographs in the BR-03 range that use the same bi-register layout — the newly styled anti-reflective finish of its case goes a long way in adding to its purposeful styling. While dial cut-outs for the hour markers add further depth and outstanding legibility, which is only made better when the lights go out and the runway lights come on. If they also happen to be a fan of square cases, blinding lume, and flying at night, this is just the one that is sure to be adored by lovers of cool replica watches with good looks and practical styling.