Just wondering if Casio could somehow declutter its World Time analogue watches by reducing the number of cities/time zones on the bezel. Time zones in half hours and even three-quarters could be done away with, except India, which is a huge land mass anyway. With two time zones in the oceans not needed, 22 (plus UTC) seems like a manageable number, instead of the usual 29.
Wonder what's so important about Tehran +3.5, Kabul +4.5, Kathmandu +5.75, Yangon (Rangoon) +6.5? Maybe US/NATO troops using Mudmen in Kabul and hikers wearing Protreks in Kathmandu need those odd zones??
Also, I noted that two cities viz, Athens +2 and Jeddah +3 are less significant and less populous than Cairo and Moscow respectively. The latter two deserve a spot on the bezel.
Any thoughts any one?