As some parts of the world are returning to a new normal, travel is starting to pick up again. Before you go, make sure you have the right high quality replica watches to keep you on track.
Many of us have given up traveling for over a year, but we all hope that later this year, travel will begin to resume. That means we’ll want to have the right tools for our global trek. That means looking closely at a good Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) watch that can show the time in two regions, or a World Time watch that can show the time in 24 major cities around the world. Others may prefer a dual or triple time zone watch that is simpler and easier to use and read. The nice thing about any travel-friendly watch is that watch brands have a lot to offer in this space. What’s more, depending on the type of travel watch you choose, there may be some additional features or functions built in that may be helpful in other ways. Here we take a look at some of the top travel watches that are perfect for getting back into the world again.
Bell & Ross BR 03-93 GMT
Known for providing instruments to pilots, Bell & Ross is a master at providing form and function. The latest BR 03-93 GMT watch is a good example. Made of stainless steel, this watch features an aluminum 24-hour rotating bezel powered by BR-Cal. 303 self-made automatic movement. In addition to the hours, minutes and the aforementioned 24-hour display, it also offers quick settings for the date, a second time zone, and a GMT hand that works independently of the hour hand. There is also a central seconds hand. The watch’s black and red color scheme shows off its might.
Frederique Constant Classic Quartz GMT
For those on a budget but still want the look and function, you can’t go wrong with a Frederique Constant watch, especially a GMT powered by an in-house quartz movement. Crafted from stainless steel, this 40mm watch will fit a variety of wrists, and the sunny blue dial will catch everyone’s attention. The GMT/24-hour hand has a red tip. It provides date indication as well as a second time zone display. The Frederique Constant Classics Quartz GMT is also available on a stainless steel bracelet.
Maurice Lacroix Aikon Venturer GMT
The Maurice Lacroix Aikon Venturer GMT watch is made of stainless steel with a multi-row steel bracelet and a large ceramic bezel, and the 24-hour indicator is available in two colors: black and stainless steel. A ratcheting bezel surrounds a white dial with orange GMT hands. It is sold with an additional black rubber strap and comes with the brand’s Easy strap changing system. The watch is water-resistant to 300 meters.
Franck Muller Cintrée Curvex Master Banker Asia Exclusive
For those who love color and sparkle, this tonneau-shaped Franck Muller Master Banker features a charcoal guilloche sunray dial and rich burgundy subdials. The case is paved with diamonds and the watch features a burgundy alligator strap. The watch provides the time and date in three areas. It is powered by an automatic movement with a 42-hour power reserve.
Bvlgari Octo Finissimo S Chronograph GMT Steel
This is one of those watches from Bvlgari that’s packed full of nifty extras. The 43mm case features a round bezel and an inner octagonal frame surrounding a blue sunray dial. The stainless steel bracelet is matte and polished, the case back is transparent sapphire, and the delicate self-made automatic movement can be seen. The watch offers a second time zone indication, as well as a chronograph countdown function.
De Bethune DB25 World Traveler
This exquisite De Bethune DB25 World Traveler watch, the complex hand-wound in-house movement DB2547 has a 120-hour power reserve and provides a world time indication and a second time zone indication. The world’s major cities are listed on the dial, while the outer ring provides a 24-hour indication of those cities. This 45mm watch is crafted from 18 karat white gold.
Chopard LUC Time Traveller One Black
This LUC Time Traveler 1 watch from Chopard is a limited edition in titanium with a textile strap for a sporty chic appeal. Featuring a grey satin-brushed dial, this 42mm watch is powered by the Manufacture LUC 01.05-L self-winding movement with a 60-hour power reserve. The world’s 24 major cities are listed on the outer edge of the dial, while the next ring provides a 24-hour indication. The next ring shows the local time and the inner ring shows the date.
A Lange & Sohne Lange 1 Time Zone
This A. Lange & Söhne Lange 1 Time Zone watch in 18-karat yellow gold features a champagne sterling silver dial. Cities are listed on the outer chapter ring. Day and night indications are shown by blue arcs, and the watch also has a red arrow to indicate whether a city is currently in daylight saving time. The in-house movement consists of 448 parts and provides a 72-hour power reserve.
Oris Big Crown ProPilot Worldtimer
Oris has always been a top-notch pilot’s watch, but with this ProPilot Worldtimer, the brand goes all out. The watch displays a second time zone via a subdial that displays the hours and minutes in a 12-hour format. It has a day/night display. It is powered by the self-winding world timer developed by Oris on the basis of ETA. It provides quick date setting.