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    Show us your World Timers...

    I'll try this again as the last thread was closed down.

    Pictures are mandatory, but feel free to tell us a bit about the watch and it's travels as well.

    Basic guidelines:
    Any brand
    Any price
    Any Movement
    It can be yours or someone else's, or even a watch you dream of owning, but please let us know.

    Let's stick to World Timers please.
    Must have multiple city codes, time zone codes or similar with at least one on display.

    GMT, 12/24 hr bezels, or simple dual timers don't count so please don't post them here or get offended when I inevitably diss your watch and/or you for ignoring the rules.

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    Re: Show us your World Timers...

    Seiko M158-5009
    This one is from 1978.
    I wanted one of these when I saw a print ad for the "Pan Am" watch as a kid.

    It's pretty basic in that it offers 24hr time across a range of time zones and the date and that's about it

    There are a few variants, including ones with more features and I'm not even sure which one is the correct "Pan Am" version but I love the yellow background on the display and when I found this I had to have it.


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    Re: Show us your World Timers...

    I was missing your last thread that gut trolled. At that time I was about to get my worldtimmer.

    Ball Trainmaster Worldtimer


    It is the only automatic worldtimmer to feature both day and date. It is also a Chronometer, and has tritium lume!
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    Re: Show us your World Timers...

    Quote Originally Posted by gossler View Post
    I was missing your last thread that gut trolled. At that time I was about to get my worldtimmer.

    Ball Trainmaster Worldtimer


    It is the only automatic worldtimmer to feature both day and date. It is also a Chronometer, and has tritium lume!
    Very nice.

    Now that's what I'm talking about.

    I think this thread needs a lume shot!
    Please...

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    Re: Show us your World Timers...

    5 time zones, 1 custom time zone, chrono, solar and syncs with the atomic clock in both the US and the E.U. (not Japan):

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    Re: Show us your World Timers...

    GW-3000BB



    This old seadog has hundreds of thousands of nautical miles under its keel at sea, as it was my work watch as oceangoing ships officer and captain for many years.

    And after I left it home one sea stint, it disappeared only to be found on my SOs wrist as her work watch, in use on a potters wheel, full of clay and gook in its crevices. Took some work to clean it up a bit.

    Solar and atomic, It still works as new, called on for work often.
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    Re: Show us your World Timers...

    Quote Originally Posted by yankeexpress View Post
    GW-3000BB



    This old seadog has hundreds of thousands of nautical miles under its keel at sea, as it was my work watch as oceangoing ships officer and captain for many years back in the aughts.

    And after I left it home one sea stint, it disappeared only to be found on my SOs wrist as her work watch, in use on a potters wheel, full of clay and gook in its crevices. Took some work to clean it up a bit.

    It still works as new, called on for work often.
    Casio has almost made the category of affordable, tough world timers their own and this feature is ubiquitous across so many of their watches...

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    Re: Show us your World Timers...

    Anyone have that massive IWC world timer. It's a guilty pleasure for me.

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    This one just arrived. *swoon*
    Breguet Type XX, IWC Aquatimer Chronograph "Jacques Yves Cousteau", IWC Portuguese 7-Day Automatic, JLC Deep Sea Cermet, JLC Tribute to Polaris 1965, Omega Speedmaster Professional, Panerai 233 "Dot", Panerai 439 Oro Rosso, Patek Philippe 5130 World Time, Rolex Datejust, Rolex Seadweller, Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronograph, Vacheron Constantin Overseas World Time. Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Traditionnelle Chronograph.

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    Re: Show us your World Timers...

    Quote Originally Posted by islands62 View Post
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    This one just arrived. *swoon*
    Just Gorgeous!
    Congratulations.

    Is that set to Hawaii local time and London 2nd time?

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