In The ZoneS
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.