Set your watch on multiple time zones

First published: 12-08-2011

When jetting out of the country, either on business or pleasure, it's always great not to have to worry about the hassle of resetting your watch.

That's why Cartier have announced the launch of its latest timepiece – Cartier Calibre de Cartier Multiple Time Zone – which can record the time in several separate zones.

What's more, in true Cartier, it does this while looking sleek, elegant and with a hint of edge.

Its silver dial is strikingly handsome and features Roman numerals, an easy-to-read face rounded by deep blue hands.

Meanwhile, its multiple time zone function stands out from the rest with the self-winding calibre 9909 MC – it integrates the cities disc into the movement and is visible in a lateral magnifier.

What's more, the cities are readable along the side of the piece so you never forget where you're going, or where you've been.

A great asset for the jet-setting business man.  

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