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Ochs und Junior reveals the two time zones + date

A minimalist take on the travel watch.
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Ochs und Junior's two time zones + date doesn't stick to the traditional design codes of a travel watch. Their approach is much much simpler. Their solution uses an hour hand that displays two time zones with the second time zone displayed on the disk at the center of the watch and the uniquely designed hour hand, which frames the second time zone on the disk. 

The watch also features 31 circles that indicate the date and two small circles at 12 o'clock and 6 o'clock that individually display the power reserve and seconds. As for the watch, it features a 42mm grade 5 titanium or sterling silver case, Super-LumiNova X1 coating, and a Ulysse Nardin UN-118 automatic movement with a 60-hour power reserve. 

9,200 CHF (approx. $9,191),

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