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8541 Wrote:Your current thinking is spot on!It has to be the YC Laureus. Besides sponsoring a good cause, you will own one of a limited series watches, and a great looking one at that. The WOrld Timer is a practical timekeeper - if your traveling time zones 2 / 3 times a month or more - but as Kevin points out, it will be fore sale for a while to come (and long after the YC Laureus becomes really difficult to find.
Kokoro Wrote:I've also been considering the Worldtimer as a practical travel watch. While at home in Hawaii, it's very easy to keep track of world time: Washington DC is six hours ahead; Schaffhausen is twelve hours ahead; and Hong Kong is 18 hours ahead; however, things can get really confusing once I travel so wouldn't mind picking up the Worldtimer. It took a while for the Waikiki IWC Boutique salesman to teach me how to operate the Worldtimer function; however, once I understood it, I appreciated the watch a lot more than the first time I saw it at SIHH 2012. That being said, I'd vote for the Worldtimer if you travel a lot.
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