Ochs und Junior launches its latest model, a simplified take on the dual time zone watch. Reading each time zone is simple. The indexes display the first time zone and the adjustable time zone disk displays the second time zone. This is set by setting x amount of hours ahead at 12 o'clock if your second time zone is ahead and you subtract by 12 if the time is behind. The complication is powered by an ETA 2824-2 base movement that has had its date disk modified to create the second time zone disk. As for the watch, the Two Time Zones features a 39mm grade 5 titanium case and a handcrafted navy blue Cordura strap by Sabina Brägger.
CHF 3,320 (approx. $3,577), ochsundjunior.swiss