Glashütte brand Moritz Grossmann has launched its first watch with a GMT function, and succinctly named it as such.
Bearing a dial of classic design, the twelve hour markers show the current time for the wearer. The outer twenty-four hour scale with its Arabic numerals shows the time for the second time zone, indicated via a small arrow hand
There is a separate setting crown at 10 o’clock for the second time zone function, which allows the arrow indicator to be adjusted in hourly increments both forwards and backwards.
The GMT is powered by the maual-wind Calibre 100.8. It features the characteristics of Moritz Grossmann movements, such as the two-thirds plate and pillars made of untreated German silver with raised gold chatons, horizontal Glashütte ribbing, and hand-engraved balance cock and escape wheel. It beats at 18,800VPH and has a power reserve of forty-two hours.
The 41mm case comes in either rose or white gold, in a total of three models – GMT rose gold with an argenté dial and stainless steel annealed brown hands, GMT white gold with an argenté dial with stainless steel hands, and GMT white gold with a champagne dial and stainless steel annealed brown hands.