In The ZoneS

The Peak Selections: Timepieces - - Reviews -

The man­u­ally wound watch is gen­er­ally easy to read and ad­just. To change the lo­cal time, press­ing the pusher at eight o’clock ad­vances the city ring, as well as the sub­dial’s hour hand. Al­though one gets used to it af­ter some time, it seems a lit­tle strange that the two daynight in­di­ca­tors are ori­ented dif­fer­ently: The blue semi­cir­cu­lar out­line that in­di­cates it is night oc­cu­pies the top half of the day/night in­di­ca­tor on the home time dis­play, but is po­si­tioned on the left side of the lo­cal time dis­play. None­the­less, this is still an ex­cep­tional du­al­timer that will serve a dis­cern­ing glo­be­trot­ter well.

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