Which models would be the best ones for those who like or have to travel a lot? For those who travel around the world, the time zones might present a big problem. But have no worries – our list of the best watches for travelling is here to show you which models will help you get over this obstacle, as they have either the 24-hour GMT hand or a dual time display. And one other thing – their functionality isn’t their only feature – these watches were made with care, which means great design and are guaranteed to catch everyone’s attention.
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#5 TAG Heuer Carrera Twin Time Cal. 7
This TAG Heuer Carrera Twin Time is a beautiful watch has a classic approach to the time zones complication – you just have to pull the crown and adjust it pretty easily, doing the counter-clockwise rotation. The model comes in a sleek combination of black and silver – and it looks great.
#4 Montblanc Timewalker UTC Hemispheres
This watch can be bought in two versions- one for the northern and one for the southern hemisphere, hence the name – Hemispheres. The names of 24 cities are shown around the dial, and they are lined up with the image of map in the middle.
#3 NOMOS Zurich Weltzeit
Even though this company exists for only around 20 years, it already made its name in the world of watches. This particular model combines minimalism and functionality – the home city is pointed with the red arrow and the rest of the cities are positioned around the dial.
#2 Bremont Boeing Model 247 GMT
If you want to look different, go with this one – this particular model has a pretty unique look, and it is the product of the partnership between Bremont and Boeing. It has three smaller dials, as well as the stylish logo at the 3 o’clock position.
#1 Breitling Transocean Unitime Pilot
Now this is something special – Transocean Unitime Pilot of Breitling watches has that 1960’s look and feel to it – there are baton hands, the pump pushers and even a retro-styled “B” logo. It has the bidirectional adjustments for the world time, allowed by the Breitling’s B05 movement.