Hodinkee and independent watchmaker Laurent Ferrier have created something truly special for discerning collectors. Hodinkee has tweaked the watch company's Traveller model and made one of the simplest dual time watches you've ever seen.
They've removed everything that could potentially get away and only left the essentials. You've got the main hands which tell the local time and a window that indicates home time. Local time is adjusted by pressing either one of the pushers to change the hour, simple as that.
The case of the watch is a 41mm polished titanium that houses a 278-component movement and has a 72 hour power reserve. The dial is finished in a deep blue enamel with a white gold sector inlay and the outer ring is finished in a satin-brushed slate blue.
Only 15 of these watches will be available and each watch is fitted with a Hodinkee-exclusive marbled taupe calfskin strap and a light brown alligator strap.