Surrounding all that is the world timer, with its recognizable city ring, which represents 24 cities from 24 different time zones, and the black/white 24-hour ring that indicates the correct time in each of the cities. It’s practical and easy to read, and because of the black-and-white 24-hour ring, you can also tell whether it’s day or night in the various cities. The city ring is static; however, the black/white ring is in constant motion and completes a full revolution in 24 hours. Everything can be easily set with the single crown at 3 o’clock. We reviewed the Traveller WW.TC for you last year and addressed everything you want to know about world timers.
- Case: Black DLC-coated titanium, 44 mm in diameter, sapphire crystal with nonreflective coating, caseback with sapphire crystal viewing window, water-resistant to 100 meters
- Movement: Calibre GP03300-0083, automatic; chronograph module; world-timer module; 28,800 vph (4 Hz), 46-hour power reserve, 63 jewels
- Strap: rubber coated with black, rubberized alligator leather, ceramic folding buckle with titanium/PVD blades
source: watchtime.com By Frank Geelen