So what type of travel watch do you prefer

Feb 21, 2021,15:20 PM
 

A. Extra hand pointing to second time zone hour
B separate dial with second time zone
C just a number window for hour of second time time
D world timer
E don't need any of it

I have been through all of them many times(unfortunately)
I am leaning towards a legible second dial. Thoughts?

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My preference is B - separate dial..

 
 By: W72 : February 21st, 2021-15:53
for the 2nd time zone. This to me is intuitively easier to read at a glance. The world time layout is more for a “geographical” use, I.e. useful to at a glance the time of different cities/zones relative to local time. This is just my personal take.... /W... 

Two dials, like this one

 
 By: cazalea : February 21st, 2021-15:57
This Ikepod allows you to set each dial separately, both minutes and hours. This is the best one I have, of about a dozen GMT/2-zone watches. I like my Reverso next best. This might even present too much information -- day/night, offset from Greenwich, po...  

The ikepod is very cool

 
 By: shafran : February 21st, 2021-16:29
I tried a reverso , but found the second time zone section too small to read.

This would be my go to watch when traveling across

 
 By: KamalRostov : February 21st, 2021-17:44
time zones, the 5164. I find the dial uncluttered and very pleasing to the eye. A simple mechanism to set home time and et voila... The skeletonise hour hand can be hidden under the other hour hand and you’ll have a simple time and date watch. ...  

"A"

 
 By: M4 : February 21st, 2021-16:03
JLC Hometime or Patek Aquanaut (I think ?). M4

Both with extra hand

 
 By: shafran : February 21st, 2021-16:27

Beautiful watch

 
 By: shafran : February 21st, 2021-16:25

🙏🙏🥂

 
 By: FabR : February 21st, 2021-16:54

This for time travel

 
 By: cazalea : February 21st, 2021-16:11

A

 
 By: Weems@8 : February 21st, 2021-16:54
My first travel watch is an A. I want also a world timer. I like the city names on a dial. D.

A. I used to travel with a 16710 until I got the 5164.

 
 By: BigAppleBill : February 21st, 2021-20:37
For me, the 5164 is the ultimate travel watch. Not only for its easy and intuitive time adjustments (including day/night designations for Home and Away), which don’t require me to remove the watch and fiddle with the crown. It’s also comfortable to wear e... 

Everything except C and E.

 
 By: amanico : February 21st, 2021-22:48

E imo

 
 By: Watchonthewrist : February 22nd, 2021-00:54
Just want a robust watch that can handle traveling

This when I still had it 🙂

 
 By: Echi : February 22nd, 2021-01:09
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While I don’t own one, a separate legible sub-dial for home time would be my preference.

 
 By: Jay (Eire) : February 22nd, 2021-05:12
In practice it’s a GMT I’ve used when needed. Although for me a “travel watch” is something else, usually defined by versatility. Can I wear it with a suit/business casual and shorts and t-shirt.

Back when I did travel a fair amount I realized that when I looked at my watch I usually wanted to know what time it was where I was at that moment. Extra hands can be confusing. Traveling

 
 By: InDebtButOnTime : February 22nd, 2021-18:36
with more than one watch has risks. This one never has to be removed. Even if you want to jump in the water (100m with screw in crown). Sporty yet elegant. Legible. Home time instanly obvious when that's what you're after. Once COVID subsides I'll only ne...