Top 5 Watches For Travellers

<strong>The One With The Longest Name - The Montblanc Montblanc Heritage Chronométrie Dual Time Vasco da Gama Limited Edition 238</strong>
1 The One With The Longest Name - The Montblanc Montblanc Heritage Chronométrie Dual Time Vasco da Gama Limited Edition 238

The Montblanc Heritage Chronométrie Dual Time Vasco da Gama Limited Edition 238 is driven by the MB 29.19 automatic calibre with a Dual Time complication, featuring 21 components. An in-house developed highly functional complication is housed in this new timepiece, allowing for a second time zone (Local time) together with the home time display. On the day of its release, it was worn by brand ambassador Hugh Jackman. And if it's good enough for Wolverine, it's good enough for us. For more information, please click here...

<strong>The most subtle - A. Lange & Söhne Saxonia Dual Time</strong>
2 The most subtle - A. Lange & Söhne Saxonia Dual Time

The A. Lange Saxonia Dual Time is not a new model, per se, but the brand has reworked the design to increase its legibility, and make it easier for the wearer to follow both time zones. Hour indices are now closer to the periphery of the dial, double-baton indices have also been added at 3, 6, 9 and 12 o’clock, and numerals are now used for the tens markers. The changes may be subtle, but they add a whole lot to the end product. Sometimes, simple is best. For more information, please click here...

<strong>The most traditional - The Vacheron Constantin Harmony Dual Time </strong>
3 The most traditional - The Vacheron Constantin Harmony Dual Time

As its name suggests, the Harmony Dual Time allows for the setting of two time zones, truly a complication that is practical (right along with the date) in modern day and not just a fun demonstration of technique. The layout is a lovely picture for the eyes, a very balanced dial with a sunken dials for the separate time zone at 4 o’clock and running seconds placed at 8 o’clock for a layered, 3-dimensional composition. No wonder it was chosen to representing Vacheron’s 260th anniversary .For more information, please click here...

<strong>The most exclusive - The RM 022 Aerodyne Dual Time Zone Tourbillon </strong>
4 The most exclusive - The RM 022 Aerodyne Dual Time Zone Tourbillon

Only eight pieces exist, and they are all reserved for the Asian market. The RM 022 Aerodyne Dual Time Zone Tourbillon is unabashedly technical, with an innovative design and the latest technology imbuing exclusivity and tradition, synonymous with horology in the 21st Century. An in-depth look exposes the dual time zone indicator with hours on a transparent sapphire crystal disc, which can be seen when suspended above the light coloured field located near 3 o’clock. For more information, please click here...

<strong>The most futuristic - H. Moser & Cie Venturer Tourbillon Dual Time Sapphire Skeleton </strong>
5 The most futuristic - H. Moser & Cie Venturer Tourbillon Dual Time Sapphire Skeleton

Blink, and you will miss this dual time zone. The fully transparent case of this watch and its dial highlights the piece’s sensual curves and grants the wearer an unfettered view of the HMC 803 calibre, which is entirely skeletonized. The calibre features a decoration that took 100 hours to carve by hand, further adding to the uniqueness of the timepiece. For more information, please click here...

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