So I know that there has been a recent post about a worldtimer, but here is another for your consideration.
Meet Breitling’s latest world timer, the Galactic Unitime SleekT. COSC-certified, it contains the automatic Breitling Calibre B35 with a power reserve of seventy hours. This is notable because it is the first Breitling manufacture movement without a chronograph function. The Transocean Chronograph Unitime worldtimer model for example, has one, as does the Transocean Unitime Pilot.
The 44mm stainless steel case has a tungsten carbide bezel, AR-coated sapphire crystal, and it is water resistant to 100m. The world time function is activated by pulling the crown out and turning it backwards or forwards in one-hour increments.
Two dial colours are available, ‘Antarctica White’ and ‘Trophy Black’, both featuring a filigree-worked globe pattern. Hands and hour-markers are lumed.
For readers in Australia, the RRP is $11,890.