I mean, it does – it's the Aquanaut Travel Time, but I'm not about to get caught up in that Hypebeast nonsense. Hindsight is 20/20, should have moved on one of these when they were trading below its $35k MSRP – anybody remember those quaint days?
Anyway, since I don't have a working Delorean, this is more or less the watch I want though. Exemplary finish and functionality – at least 100 meters of WR (which is proving to be the dealbreaker for a lot of good options), and the ability to jump back and forth between timezones at will. Can be done via the crown, with pushers, whatever. Just has to be easy.
Does this kind of watch exist in any variation for under $20k? The new Octo Finessimo Chronograph GMT comes close (low WR though), as does the VCO Dual Time (amazing watch, but I personally hate Vacheron's Maltese Cross overkill on the Overseas), and even Girard Perregaux almost got there with the super-obscure Traveller Dual Time Moonphase, but it adjusts the 24-hour subdial and not the local time, which is an absolute head-scratcher for a watch called "Traveller."
What am I missing? Or am I better off just waiting until Basel next year and crossing my fingers again? Kinda want an 'exit watch' at this point, but won't settle for anything that doesn't fit the bill just right.