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Featuring a second local-time display, the Ingenieur Dual Time helps people who are continuously changing time zones to keep track. On the dial, we see current local time. On the outer 24-hour ring, the hand with the triangle keeps track of a second time, such as that in the owner’s home time zone.
Around twenty times a year, the international Formula 1 cavalcade moves from one racing circuit to the next
Having a time display for a second city helps people who are continually changing time zones to keep track
Current local time is shown on the dial while the hand with the arrowhead tip tracks time in a second time zone
Melbourne, Abu Dhabi, Monza, São Paulo, Kuala Lumpur: 20 times a year, the international FORMULA ONE cavalcade – and with it IWC’s partner, the MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS Formula One™ Team – moves from one racing circuit to the next, at locations all over the planet. The Ingenieur Dual Time takes the hard work out of keeping track while moving from one time zone to another by showing a second local time of the owner’s choice. This way, people who move rapidly from one continent or time zone to the next and who communicate worldwide will always retain an overview. The date window on the black or white dial shows current local time. This can be advanced or moved back in one-hour steps via the crown, even beyond the International Date Line. The hand with the white triangle indicates the second time likewise advancing on the outer 24-hour ring, meaning that the wearer’s home time or the local time of a business partner is always visible. To make it easier to differentiate between day and night, the top half, from “6 p.m.” to “6 a.m.”, is darker than the lower half. The Ingenieur Dual Time is available with a stainless-steel bracelet.
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