This watch is for the man who loves to travel, wants to know time around the globe with a glance at the wrist, and – let’s be honest – wants to show off a little. At an incredibly affordable price point, Baume & Mercier unveils its Capeland Worldtimer watch in steel ($7,900) or, if you have a few extra bucks, in rose gold ($19,990). Created in a 44mm case, the watch house a self-winding mechanical movement that is visible from a transparent crystal caseback. The watch displays the time simultaneously in 24 time zones and offers the date. To display the local time, the wearer selects the name of the city corresponding to the time zone he is in and then turns the 24-hour ring until the digit representing the current time is facing it. The watch is water resistant to 50 meters.
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