New York today, Rio tomorrow and Tokyo the next day. Aanyone who ventures beyond the borders of their home country on a regular basis always faces a particularly taxing challenge: trying to keep up with the time in numerous different time zones. The Terrasport IV GMT from Mühle-Glashütte helps to make mastering this challenge a piece of cake by providing clear information at a glance. Wearers who fly beyond the realms of their home time zone can not only view the current time on the face of the watch, but can also use the numbers on the 24-hour scale to see the local time in their destination. If you plan to stay for a while once you have reached your destination, you can synchronise the local time with the main display and then see the current time back at home on the 24-hour scale. With this you can always keep track of the time back home, meaning that next time you give your colleagues or loved ones a call, there will be no interrupted meetings or rude awakenings.
Movement: SW 330-1 Mühle Version, automatic, Mühle version with woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor, characteristic surface finishes, second time zone/24-hr display, stop-second, fast date correction, 42-hr power reserve
Case: Stainless steel with a brushed finish, double anti-glare sapphire crystal, Transparent case back, Screw-in crown, Water-resistant to 10 bars, Buffalo leather strap with stainless steel pin buckle or stainless steel strap with butterfly clasp
Dimensions: Diameter – 42.0 mm; Height – 10.2 mm
Dial: Black, Hour markers and hands coated in Super LumiNova
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