Wearing A Holiday With Your Watch

The Mid-Autumn Festival long holiday and the 11th long holiday are approaching. Is your travel plan well planned? The destination is determined, and the luggage is almost packed. Don’t forget to wear a functional watch for a wonderful holiday with you! During this long vacation, the two-time watch is one of the best friends in your itinerary. It will accompany you through the time and space of the two places and easily grasp the time distance between home and destination.

Interpretation in two places:

 GMT is actually an abbreviation of Greenwich Mean Time, which translates to Greenwich Mean Time, which is the world time zone standard that was officially implemented on January 1, 1885. The ‘GMT’ we see on today’s watches represents the time of the two places. Its function. GMT dual time means that this watch can indicate the time in two time zones at the same time.

 Coopers GMT 5N red gold watch

 At 8 o’clock, an eye-catching small globe made of titanium is set to display the world’s time. At 5 o’clock, there is a 24-second tourbillon. In addition, there is a second time zone small plate at 11 o’clock, a small second dial at 2 o’clock, and a power reserve display at 3 o’clock. This three-dimensional small earth is in the same direction as the natural rotation of the earth, and rotates counterclockwise every 24 hours. It is amazing for both the technical aspect and the creativity and imagination in it.

 The small earth can be seen from the faceplate to the northern hemisphere. The window on the side of the case can almost admire the entire southern hemisphere. Through this design, you can see the time around the world. Because the small earth and the earth rotate at the same time, With the ring around the small earth, you can distinguish the day or night time of the area. The axis of the suspended small earth is fixed at one end of the South Pole.

 The GMT watch is equipped with a specially developed movement by Gopherfuss. The tourbillon tilted 25 degrees and rotates once every 24 seconds is one of Gopherfus’ main patented inventions. In addition to its precise travel time function and reliability, its small size can provide more space for other complex devices. Turning the GMT watch, you can find a perfectly processed world timetable back chassis, engraved with the names of 24 cities, which represent different time zones around the world. The time of each city and the relevant area corresponds to the outer ring of the scale, and the inner ring of the scale shows the city with daylight saving time. Just adjust the earth on the side of the dial to the correct position.

 Panerai Radiomir 10 Days GMT Limited Edition

 Panerai’s three Radiomir 10 Days GMT limited edition watches are specially made of platinum, white gold and red gold. The dial with a ‘sandwich structure’ has a small date window, a linear power reserve display, and a nine o’clock direction. Equipped with a small seconds dial and a day and night hand. At the center of the dial are both the hour and minute hands and the second time zone hand that is essential for tourists.

 The well-designed P.2003 movement is entirely developed and manufactured by Panerai’s watch factory in Neuchâtel, Switzerland, and displays its style through sapphire crystal glass in the center of the case back. Its brand name and logo have been engraved in a consistent manner, appearing on the surface of the pendulum through the bottom of the watch. The diameter of the P.2003 movement is 13¾ French cents, which is assembled from 296 parts and 25 stones. It is designed to carry all the characteristics of the P.2000 movement series (variable inertia balance, balance without balance spring, 28,800 vibrations per hour, 3 barrels, dual time and 24-hour day and night display, fast local time adjustment device, date display, balance stop device, second hand reset to zero), and use automatic winding and up to ten Japan’s power reserve is propelled by a oscillating weight mounted on a ball bearing, which allows the barrel to be wound in two directions.

 Cartier Ballon Bleu dual time zone double jumper tourbillon watch

 The Ballon Bleu de Cartier dual-time zone double-jump tourbillon watch is equipped with a central minute hand and two small hour-dial dials, which show the local time and the departure time, respectively. It is an innovation in the field of travel timepieces. The eternal ‘golden ratio’ rule emphasizes that beauty must be derived from the harmony of the overall ratio. The Ballon Bleude Cartier dual time zone double jumper tourbillon watch is ingeniously designed in the baht scale to create a conflict in the overall harmony, further highlighting the symmetric shape and the perfect proportion. The purpose is to direct the visual focus to certain predetermined parts, such as the hour dial, to read the time information displayed by the two dials more intuitively, which is also the original intention of this watch.

 Chopard Mille Miglia 2013

 From the dial design, the Mille Miglia 2013 chronograph focuses on clear reading. The red chronograph has a white tip for easy reading. The light gray timer forms a sharp color difference with the dark gray of the other parts of the dial, which represents the second-level functional reading when it is separated from the other parts of the dial. The speedometer is located above the bezel. The second time zone display is between the time indications. The date display is also quite prominent. It is engraved on this red arrow. This symbol is also a symbol of the race. It comes from the sign that instructed the drivers to complete the round-trip from Brescia to Rome. This shape is also used by the hour markers on the dial. The hour markers and hands are coated with Superluminova. Even in the dark, the drivers of antique Maserati or Porsche can read the time clearly.