A proprietary alloy known as Ceratanium, combining the advantages of ceramic and titanium, is used to make the all-black 46mm Timezoner Top Gun pilot’s watch – the wearer changes the time zone by turning the bezel to set. highlight the right city at 12 o’clock; $ 16,900, at IWC Schaffhausen, Beverly Hills and New York, and iwc.com.
The 39.5mm Platinum Self-Winding Flyback Chronograph features 24-hour and day / night indications on its hand-guillochÃ© green dial; $ 100,540, at Patek Philippe in Gearys, Beverly Hills and patek.com.
The 41mm Highlife Worldtimer Manufacture highlights 24 cities on a blue dial with stainless steel case and bracelet (two additional bracelets are included); $ 4,395 at Feldmar Watch Company, Los Angeles, and London Jewelers, New York, and us.frederiqueconstant.com.
The Recital 26 Brainstorm Chapter Two 46mm in 18k red gold features a 24-city second time zone disc, double-sided flying tourbillon and moon phase showing both hemispheres; price on request, at Cellini Jewelers, New York, and Watches of Switzerland, Las Vegas and bovet.com.
Arnold and son
A domed and lacquered northern hemisphere is aligned via the crown to set the time of its location on the 45mm Globetrotter Steel Opaline; price on request, at Arnold & Son, Los Angeles, and Cellini Jewelers, New York, and arnoldandson.com.
A. Lange & SÃ¶hne
In a 41.9 mm rose gold case, the Lange 1 Time Zone displays 24 cities around the perimeter of its silver dial; $ 56,100, at A. Lange & SÃ¶hne, New York, and South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa, and alange-soehne.com.
Designed so that all 24 time zones are visible at a glance, the Star Legacy Orbis Terrarum showcases a three-dimensional map of the northern hemisphere in a 43mm rose gold case; $ 20,800, in Montblanc, New York and Los Angeles. Similar styles can be purchased online at montblanc.com.
The British manufacturer’s Aldrich World Timer 24 automatic watch features a sunray blue dial, polished steel indexes and numerals and a Barenia bridle leather strap; $ 1,405, at usd.farer.com.
A version of this story first appeared in the November 10 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Click here to subscribe.