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Luxury Watches That Can Benefit World Travelers

Whether you find yourself on the road for business, the annual family holiday, or maybe you’re just an avid traveler – a watch is simply a travel essential as old as time itself. As any savvy traveler will tell you, the ideal wrist watch offers the right balance of quality, functionality and of course, style.

Whether you find yourself lounging by the sea or exploring the streets of a new city, there are a number of watches that were designed to meet the demands of the modern traveler and all the needs that come with the journey.

Luxury watches that will benefit world travelers:

1: Rolex GMT-Master II

The obvious choice. The Rolex GMT-Master II is an all-time classic and the ultimate travel watch that is versatile, functional and fashionable. Since it was conceived in the 1950s for transatlantic pilots crossing several time zones at once, the wearer is able to monitor two separate time zones. Whether it’s family, friends or work, the Rolex GMT-Master II allows you to eliminate the mental math when it comes to thinking in other time zones in the form of a beautiful timepiece.

Rolex GMT-Master II

2: Vacheron Constantin Overseas World Time

The ultimate convergence of class, durability and time telling – the Vacheron Constantin Overseas World Time. It has long established itself as an essential among the most sophisticated of travelers. The bespoke design is bolstered with automatic Vacheron Constantin 2460 WT/1 movement, 150-meter depth water resistance rating and an antimagnetic build. The real gem is that this World Time watch doesn’t simply house 24 time zones, but rather all 37 including those also offset by 15 and 30-minute intervals.

Vacheron Constantin Overseas

3: Grand Seiko Heritage 

With Grand Seiko, it’s the unseen technical details that make them so impressive. The high-beat movement ticks at 36,000 bpm (most high-end mechanical watches beat between 21,000 and 28,000 bpm), bolstering the insane accuracy and giving its seconds hand a much smoother movement than other similar options.

Grand Seiko Heritage

4: Sinn Uhren 857 UTC FVR

Tested and certified to the German flight standards, this Sinn watch is essentially shockproof and can reliably operate at temperatures between -49 and 195 degrees fahrenheit. That makes it the no nonsense choice for the thrill-seeking adventurer. The watch also features two time zones and an aviation-inspired design.

Sinn Uhren 857 UTC FVR

5: Omega Speedmaster

If it was durable enough for NASA astronauts during their visit to the moon, the Omega Speedmaster will be reliable enough for any travel adventure the road may throw your way. With its unique ability to measure distance and speed, the Omega Speedmaster is one of the most exceptional watches to carry on any journey. The simplicity in aesthetic make it a stylish choice that you can’t go wrong with.

Omega Speedmaster

6: Monta Skyquest

The Monta Skyquest is a GMT that comes equipped with 300m of water resistance.  Also, an automatic Sellita SW330 movement and a power reserve of 42 hours. It is the perfect “tool watch” that you can take into the water without having to baby it like the Rolex GMT-Master II. The exquisite steel bracelet and rubber strap make for a beautiful design, while allowing you to have the peace of mind for whatever your trip throws at you.

Monta Skyquest

7: Nomos Zürich World Time

This model is more of an advanced GMT with a world city ring around it. But the Nomos Zürich World Time comes equipped with the brand’s DUW 5201 movement. It’s also 30m water resistance. The watch doesn’t display the hour for all 24 time zones individually. Instead, the city at the 12 o’clock dial corresponds to the time shown on the main dial. When the pusher at 2 o’clock dial is pressed, the world ring advanced to the next city. While the hour hand advanced one hour in perfect synchronicity. The clean aesthetic is the perfect options for the modern globetrotter.

Nomos Zürich World Time

8: Ball Engineer Master II Diver Worldtime

Designed to withstand the harshest of conditions, the Ball Engineer Master II Diver Worldtime is the timepiece every explorer needs. This Ball watch will hold up particularly well for any and all globetrotting adventures. You can find yourself on top of Mount Everest. Or perhaps on Italy’s Mediterranean coastline, you’ll want a watch that holds up against all odds.

Ball Engineer Master II Diver Worldtime

9: Farer Lander Automatic GMT

The beautiful mid-century explorer look of the Farer Lander features a blue dial and leather wrist strap. The subtle 39.5mm x 10mm case pairs nicely with the bronze crown. While the model offers up to 100m of water resistance and automatic ETA 2893-2 movement.

Farer Lander Automatic GMT

10: Patek Philippe World Time

Besides being one of the most elusive high-end timepieces, the Patek Philippe World Time is an efficient watch. You can locate a particular time zone with the simple push of a button. The impeccable design lends itself to the first-class traveler, as it seems it was meant to be worn next to business attire with its gold finishing. It is not only a real luxury watch but also a convenient one due to its dual timezone complications.

Patek Philippe World Time

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