I picked up this blue Oris TT1 World Timer a few weeks ago because I really wanted to try out the 690 movement during travelling.
For those who are not familiar with it, it is one of the few automatic true or traveler GMT watches. It tracks a second time zone on the small subdial with a day/night indicator.
The main feature of this watch is that the MAIN hour hand can be jumped forward and back with the buttons on the bottom of the case without stopping the watch. The date also advances forward and back with these buttons.
I recently flew Eastern -> Pacific -> Japan -> Pacific -> Eastern time zones, and it worked exactly as expected (in other words, great). The only reason that I'm selling is that I want to wear it during business meetings, etc, so I'm looking for something a bit more conventional/dressy looking.
I will add more pics later. The watch has some scratches and strap change marks on it, but overall looks good and keeps good time. There are no marks on the domed crystal. The lume is not so great on it anymore, although I don't think it is a very old version, because it has the red rotor. Older versions do not have this. This one is the 42mm version according to ORis.
The bracelet fits my wrist which is about 7-7.5", and also includes 2 half links and a black rubber strap. No box or papers.
$675 shipped in the US
I'd also trade for another Oris World Timer (i.e. Artelier), or other interesting watches, especially GMTs. I'd also consider putting cash towards an Omega GMT.