Comparison GMT Watches
For business or leisure, travel is part of everyday life. From executives flying between global offices to tourists on a city break, we all need a watch capable of displaying both a reference time and time at destination
Longines, CHF 2,850
An irresistible GMT watch with a winning retro vibe that is sophisticated enough for every occasion, including when you need to dress to impress – meaning you can also enjoy it when not on your travels. Longines keeps its promise of a quality watch at an affordable price.
Spirit Zulu Time in steel, ceramic bezel, 42mm diameter, automatic movement, date in an aperture, leather strap.
Spirit Zulu Time © Longines
Montblanc, CHF 3,525
A blue dial, a tone-on-tone bezel bezel and an integrated metal bracelet transform this GMT watch into a must-have. Add an attractive price and it becomes impossible to resist. Wear it on vacation as well as around town, with jeans or with a suit.
1858 GMT Automatic Date in steel, aluminium bezel, 42mm diameter, automatic movement, date in an aperture, steel bracelet.
1858 GMT Automatic Date © Montblanc
Breitling, CHF 5,450
Sporty and stylish with a commanding wrist presence, this Breitling favourite returns with a nicely wearable 40mm diameter, a clean, legible dial and the signature Rouleaux bracelet. A strong addition to the iconic Chronomat line.
Chronomat GMT in steel, 40mm diameter, automatic movement, date in an aperture, steel bracelet.
Chronomat GMT © Breitling
Bell & Ross, CHF 5,700
Kudos to Bell & Ross for launching a watch with an integrated steel bracelet! The BR 05 collection has grown into the brand’s creative flagship and continues to welcome new models. This original variant of the BR 05 GMT features a white dial that will appeal to laid-back travellers.
BR 05 White GMT in steel, 41 x 41mm, automatic movement, date in an aperture, steel bracelet.
BR 05 White GMT © Bell & Ross
Panerai, CHF 10,100
Here’s an instrument that will never leave its owner guessing. In addition to a second time zone, indicated by a central hand, it features a date display (for knowing when you’re due home), a power reserve (to never run out of juice) and small seconds to show that everything is functioning as it should.
PAM 1361 Luminor BiTempo in steel, 44mm diameter, automatic movement, date in an aperture, small seconds, power reserve indicator, alligator strap.
PAM 1361 Luminor BiTempo © Panerai
Chopard, CHF 11,800
This elegantly minimalist watch makes clever use of different shades of grey to ensure the legibility of its various indications. Note the choice of titanium as a case material for comfort and a contemporary note. As a 250-piece limited edition, it ranks high on the collectability scale. Collectors (and speculators) take note...
L.U.C GMT One Black in titanium, 42mm diameter, automatic movement, date in an aperture, canvas strap.
L.U.C. GMT One Black © Chopard
Jaeger-LeCoultre, CHF 14,700
This watch doesn’t display a second time zone by means of an additional central hand. Instead, Jaeger-LeCoultre uses the “flip side” of its reversible case to show hours and minutes, a second time zone and a day-night indicator. A typically elegant design from La Grande Maison.
Reverso Tribute Duoface Calendar in steel, 49.5 x 30mm, manual-winding movement, day and month in apertures, pointer date, day-night indicator, moon phases, leather and canvas strap.
Reverso Tribute Duoface Calendar © Jaeger-LeCoultre
Rolex, CHF 15,400
An icon among watches enriched with a supremely legible GMT function and in a precious livery, namely Everose Rolesor - which in Rolex language means a combination of gold and steel. All with a two-colour bezel in brown and black ceramic.
GMT Master II in steel and pink gold, ceramic bezel, 40mm diameter, automatic movement, date in an aperture, steel and pink gold bracelet.
GMT Master II © Rolex
For Bell & Ross, each detail has a specific meaning and function: functionality is key, and minimalism – dispensing with superfluous ornamental details in favour of essential aspects – is vital.Find out more >
From humble family beginnings Breitling grew into a major player in the world of chronographs and aviation instruments. At the dawn of a new era, the brand is poised for a legendary future.Find out more >
Maison Chopard epitomises the alliance between watchmaking and jewellery. It has always known how to meet the expectations of its day, relying on four essential values: expertise, tradition,...Find out more >
Jaeger-LeCoultre: HOME OF FINE WATCHMAKING SINCE 1833. Located in the serene setting of the Vallée de Joux, our Maison radiates a unique sense of belonging. The soul of La Grande Maison is formed...Find out more >
Based in St. Imier since 1832, Longines has a long tradition in watchmaking, characterised by the elegance of its watches. Using expertise gained as the company has evolved, Longines has gradually...Find out more >
Synonymous with excellence in craftsmanship and design, Montblanc has been pushing the boundaries of innovation ever since the Maison first revolutionized the culture of writing in 1906.Find out more >
Every Panerai watch is as unique as the story it tells. Since 1860 Panerai has produced high-precision instruments and watches, developed and created to meet the most rigorous military standards....Find out more >