Monta crisscrosses timezones with its new Skyquest GMT

The company adds a nice little bonus to the traditional GMT watch.
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Monta Skyquest

Watchmaking newcomer Monta is adding a travel watch to its collection bringing that meticulous fit and finish to a new GMT. The watch features the traditional GMT layout, but with a twist. Alongside the bidirectional bezel, the watch features another 24-hour display on the rehaut so you'll be able to display up to three different time zones. Spec-wise, the watch is sized at 40mm (44mm with crown) and features details such as a ceramic bezel, double-domed sapphire crystal with seven layers of anti-reflective coating, a thoroughly finished 316L stainless steel case, a 300m depth rating, and an automatic movement with 65 hour power reserve.

$3,775, montawatch.com

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