Baume et Mercier just presented the Capeland Worldtimer, a new model simultaneously representing the time in 24 different zones of the world.
This new vintage-looking timepiece is very easy to use. To display the local time, it is sufficient to synchronize the name of the city corresponding to the time zone where you are by turning the 24-hour ring until the digit represents the current time. Once the crown is back in its place, the Capeland Worldtimer will display the time in each of the 24 towns represented in the time zones ring.
The 44 mm case - a size that is probably best suited for sport watches - is available in red gold or polished satin-brushed steel. The colours of the alligator straps match the tones of the 24-hour ring.
The self-winding movement visible through the sapphire case back reinforces the impression that the case is too large for this type of watch.