Following the success of its Diving and Chronograph Ceramic versions, the Worldcode now comes in a GMT model.
GMT, which stands for Greenwich Mean Time, is a complication that is particularly valued by travellers as it allows them to read off the time in more than one time zone: three in the case of the Worldcode GMT, including two simultaneously.
While the traditional hands (hours and minutes) give the main time, the addition of an extra hours hand means the time can be read simultaneously in a second time zone on a 24-hour scale engraved on the bezel.
Thanks to this bezel and its rotating feature, it is also possible to read the time in a third time zone.
- Worldcode GMT by Saint Honoré
This new Worldcode GMT has been slightly modified compared to previous editions, stylishly enhancing its masculinity: it now has a 43 mm round steel case and a bezel with 12 impeccably regular notches. The meticulously screw-locked crown is of exceptional quality.
In either the black or brown version, the sunray dial is decorated with white luminescent hour-markers and hands to ensure perfect readability in all conditions. The same goes for the red GMT hand with its triangular marking of white luminescent pigment.
Because the new Worldcode GMT quartz has no limits, Saint Honoré has extended its water resistance to 150 metres to appeal to water sports lovers.
Available in four variations, mounted on a steel bracelet or leather strap, in a steel or rose gold version, the Worldcode GMT has all the qualities a man could dream of, combining an exceptional design with unsurpassed quality at this price level.
Steel case, 43 mm
Stainless steel bezel, rose PVD finish and black aluminium insert
Dark black dial, white luminescent indexes and hands
Second 24-hour time zone
Large date aperture at 6 o’clock
Water resistant to 150m
Brushed and polished metal bracelet on deploying buckle
Source: Saint Honoré