The GMT function serves to keep track of the time anywhere in the world. This horological complication is the ideal companion for travel lovers. No need to rack your brains to know what time it is back home before calling your loved ones. A glance at your watch is all that is needed !



Royal Oak Concept Flying Tourbillon GMT

The beadblasted black titanium case of the new-generation Royal Oak Concept GMT becomes
the first to house a flying tourbillon visible on the left-hand side of the dial displaying the hours,
minutes and the 24h GMT function.
CHF 177’800.-


Classic Worldtimer Manufacture

GMT_n56_fra_ipad-223 After navy blue, silver-toned and brown versions, this timepiece featuring a 24h
day/night indication and a display of the world’s 24 cities representing its various timezones appears
this time attired in green– from the world map engraved on the dial to the alligator leather strap.

CHF 3’450.-


1858  Geosphère

GMT_n56_fra_ipad-224This world-time watch indicating the world’s seven highest peaks comprises two globes representing the two hemispheres, circled by a 24-timezone scale with a day/night indicator performing a full turn in 24 hours.

CHF 5’620.-


Polaris Chronograph WTGMT_n56_fra_ipad-222

Despite its generous 44m size designed to promote the legibility of its world-time function, this chronograph also indicating the hours, minutes and seconds remains pleasantly light on the wrist thanks to its titanium case.

CHF 15’400.-


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