Piaget’s luxury watch is a long-haul traveller, crossing time zones, taking transatlantic transfers in its stride, and juggling local times with the clock back home – without ever losing its bearings. What is the secret? A double time zone display. -+
Stay on top of time differences with a double time zone watch
The refined elegance of the double time zone watch is evident in the skilfully controlled lines of its stylish case. A so-called ‘astronomical’ function, the second time zone stands out clearly – either on a counter, or on a second dial – so that the modern traveller always knows what time it is when they are on the move for business or for pleasure. Combining the GMT function with a prestigious perpetual calendar takes the journey into a whole new dimension of time, since it will run accurately until the year 2100.
To keep track of local time in relation to the time at home, some double time zone watches display a day/night indicator to help travellers see at a glance if those at home are awake or asleep. Sporty globetrotters will appreciate the flyback chronograph on their luxury watch, which also features the 24-hour GMT function. The lady’s version of the double time zone watch infuses international travel with a touch of glamour; on the luxury watch Limelight Twice, the time zones are displayed on two faces and sublime diamonds follow the course of the hours.