Timepieces for a Jet setter


Time certainly flies. Fortunately, this trio of haute timepieces lets you track it around the world in style.


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Breitling Transocean Chronograph Unitime

This timepiece strikingly displays the technological genius of self-winding world-time watches with 24-hour and time zone displays, customizable straps, dials and cases. A pilot model is also available.
$11,015 (steel) $29,230 (rose gold), breitling.com

 

HANDOUT - The Portugieser Yacht Club Worldtimer is available in 18-carat red gold (Ref. IW326605) and stainless steel (Ref. IW326602). Thanks to its 24-hour ring, the Worldtimer function enables easy legibility of 13 time zones including the current Universal Time Coordinated (UTC). The 12 place names on the external city ring each represent a time zone. When passing through a time zone, the hour hand can be adjusted forwards or backwards in one-hour steps - also when crossing the International Date Line. (PHOTOPRESS/IWC)

IWC Portugieser Yacht Club Worldtimer

This elegant forearm friend not only keeps track of 12- and 24-hour intervals but cuts into the back’s glass casing to display the global time differentials. It includes worldwide daytime/nighttime features.
$10,400 (steel) $26,200 (red gold), iwc.com

 

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Frederique Constant Manufacture Worldtimer

The irresistible Swiss-made line boasts seven bold styles that are customizable to every degree of lavish and visual preference. Metallic and leather accents complement the collection’s broad appeal.
$3,995–$4,395, frederiqueconstant.com

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