I currently live far from home. TZ-difference is 9/10 hours depending on DST and even after 8 months here I still can't make these calculations in my head fast. I have to do it often each day as I keep a lot of contacts and do business with people at home.
I like nice analog watches, but I'm not as cool as Maradona to wear two Rolex's at the same time
So, I'm looking for a watch with 12-h second time zone function. In other words, there should be two hour-hands, both 12-h. To give a better idea, these watches have what I want:
- JLC Master Hometime (out of budget..)
- Sinn 356 UTC (uses Valjoux 7750, what else has central second hour-hand and is within budget?)
So far my (only?) choice is Sinn, but hopefully WUS members will point me to other alternatives!
My budget is up to $2k. I don't care if it's quartz/mechanic, Swiss/Japan, military/dress/diver, does data-changes correctly or not, if it has other complications or not.