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    The best travel watch of all time?

    I recently purchased a Casio EQS500 specifically for the world time feature and it got me wondering, what is the best travel watch ever built? Obviously, there would be several factors that come into account and several price ranges but, leaving it wide open, what's the best? Looking forward to the debate!

    Here's the one I bought:
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    The world and home times are easily set and swapped and it has an alarm, which were my main requirements.

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    Re: The best travel watch of all time?

    I've tried analog gmt and digital world timers when travelling but found they really did not help all that much for tracking home and away time while crossing time zones. I've gone back to just taking a 3 hand watch and keeping track of home time mentally. I do enjoy the look of an analog gmt nonetheless.
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    Re: The best travel watch of all time?

    No contest, JLC - Master Geographic.

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    Re: The best travel watch of all time?

    In my early twenties, I moved to China for a job. At the time I lived in Philadelphia. Where I moved in China was exactly 12 hours ahead (except for Daylight Savings time which in non-existent there.)

    So to my story.... My mother went and bought a multi time zone watch so she could keep track of the different time zones we lived in... Funniest thing ever!

    But really, when I travel abroad, which can be frequent at times, I just do the math in my head. Not that hard IMO...

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    Re: The best travel watch of all time?

    I'm bias....ROLEX GMT

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    Re: The best travel watch of all time?

    Depends on the places I go to,personally I like Pam 23 because it is easy to adjust (changing the GMT hands and date) the caseback is flat (felt thinner) and easy to change the strap too

    My other option if I'm travelling to places that are not that safe is Gshock with world time feature,so I can easily change the time zone and it is indestructible..

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    Re: The best travel watch of all time?

    I've never really been one for GMTs or worldtimers. For me the best travel watch is a Rolex Submariner as it is a good size, durable, water resistant and looks good in most situations.

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    Re: The best travel watch of all time?

    This one. Dual display, inexpensive and with atomic and solar always ready to go.


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    Re: The best travel watch of all time?

    I rock the Great White

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    Re: The best travel watch of all time?

    Patek world watch

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