My current top 15 GMT/ UTC /Dual Time watches

 

 

Rado HyperChrome Touch Dual Time: The only quartz watch here. Indicating the second zone time (our home time) through the little watch at the “6 o`clock” position. The watch has no crown; it is activated/operated by touching the ceramic case and then sliding a finger along the case flank to set the time. Rado uses an ETA-calibre.

 

Rado HyperChrome Touch Dual Time
Rado HyperChrome Touch Dual Time

 

 

Rolex Cellini Dual Time: Indicating the second zone time (our home time) through the little watch at the 6 o`clock position; the sun-moon-indication in it will tell if it is day or night. Rolex uses an in-house calibre.

 

Rolex Cellini Dual Time
Rolex Cellini Dual Time

 

 

Rolex GMT-Master II: Indicating the second zone time (our home time) through the 24-hour-hand with the big white arrow. Rolex uses an in-house calibre.

 

Rolex GMT-Master II
Rolex GMT-Master II

 

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  • You might also want to consider many of the really nice Grand Seiko GMT models. Some of them are truly stunning. I have the SBGM027, which kind of looks like a more elegant Explorer II.

  • None of these have day of week complication unfortunately. What about Longines Master Collection?

  • Been eyeing the new Grand Seiko high-beat GMT’s (SBGJ). First few weeks of release and they are all sold out for the year! That says a lot, I think. Looks amazing from photos but I’m sure will be so much better on my wrist!

  • My top 3:

    1. Hermès Dressage L’Heure Masquée (simplicity at its best)
    2. Rolex Cellini Dual Time (classy)
    3. Sinn 857 UTC Testaf LH-Cargo *(the most practical & readable around there). Too bad ths is a limited edition.

    PS: Thank you for sharing those.

  • That Zenith Type 20 GMT does not belong on the list. It has a tiny 25.6mm Elite movement swimming in a 48mm case. Either make the case smaller, or if they want to make large watches, start spending money on developing appropriate movements.

  • The Zenith Captain GMT and the Montblanc TimeWalker GMT missing from this great list. Thanks so much for all your great work and attention to this wonderful arena.

  • The two Rolexes are my favorite… I’m also very curious how the IWC looks in person.

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