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Ming adds a worldtimer to its watch range

A modern yet classic essential for the discerning globetrotter.
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Ming 19.02 Worldtimer

Taking the distinct styling of the 19.01, Ming introduces its first travel watch, the 19.02 Worldtimer. The watch shares in the same aesthetics as previous models, but adds a titanium 24-hour disk that rotates to align with a static city disk to indicate the time of that specific time zone. Other details include a 39mm grade 5 titanium case, Superluminova X1 hands and dial ring, and a Ming-exclusive Schwarz-Etienne movement with a 70-hour power reserve. The watch also comes with two calf leather straps from Jean Rousseau Paris and a vegetable-tanned travel pouch crafted in Ming's home city of Kuala Lumpur. 

CHF 10,900 (approx. $11,034),

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