A GMT watch is indeed a must-have in every kind of jet-setter and busy men’s collection. However, every jet-setter does not travel alike. While some people travel for work, others wander for play. Now, what makes a GMT watch different from other watches? It merely can show the time of two different time zones simultaneously. Today, we have rounded up a list of GMT timepieces that are suitable for all jet-setters or world travellers. Whether you are looking to ‘sell Rolex’ or ‘sell my watch’ with a GMT complication, let’s first take a look at the below-mentioned GMT watches that are both modern and functional with some special features.
Whether you are an avid traveller or an ordinary day-tripper, you would require a timepiece that makes your journey exciting. And, the Rolex GMT-Master II 126710 that was introduced the last year is ideally just the watch. This sought-after watch comes with new bold features along with the classic must-have ones.
The Rolex GMT-Master II ref 126710 features the 24-hour rotating ceramic red and blue bezel, commonly known as ‘Pepsi’. However, Rolex has updated this stainless steel watch with the classic Jubilee bracelet that offers a tint of added elegance.
Nonetheless, like any other Rolex models, the GMT-Master II watches are highly sought-after among watch enthusiasts and collectors. If you are planning to ‘sell Rolex GMT-Master II’ or ‘sell Rolex’ watch of any other collection, you are likely to obtain a competitive market price from any potential watch buyers in London or anywhere in the UK.
Breitling Avener II GMT watch is a perfect amalgamation of luxury, comfort and fashion. The highly durable watch sports an automatic movement, offering power reserve up to 42hours and scratchproof sapphire crystal. Moreover, the GMT watch is highly durable and water-resistant to 300m.
However, the Avener II GMT watch flaunts a modish rubber strap in black and alluring luminous silver hands. Additionally, it has a bi-directional stainless steel rotating bezel, tang clasp and solid case back.
The IWC Pilot GMT Automatic watch boasts a scratchproof sapphire crystal, stainless steel case and offers power reserve up to 68hours. The manufacturer equipped the watch with black leather straps to match its black dial.
The Swiss-made watch comes with timekeeping features that involve a chronograph function with 60-minutes, 60-seconds and 12-hour display. Of course, the timepiece also features date and dual time zone functions.
The stainless steel Longines Conquest GMT watch features a blue dial with silver-tone hour markers and hands, minute and 24-hour markers and a matching silver-tone bracelet. However, the luminescent hands, markers and Arabic numerals ensure easy legibility and accuracy.
The 41mm watch runs on automatic movement that offers power reserve of 48hours. The scratchproof sapphire crystal and solid stainless steel body make the Longines Conquest GMT watch highly durable. Moreover, the analogue watch features date and dual time zone functions and is also, water-resistant up to 50m.
The sparkling silver and smokey black components make the Patek Philippe Nautilus GMT Moonphase a perfect companion for the men who are always on the go. This exclusive watch comes in a stainless steel case, a black dial with luminescent markers and hand and a crocodile leather strap.
The GMT watch is powered by an automatic movement with 45-hour power reserve. Additional features include a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, fold clasp, skeleton case back, dual time zone as well as moon-phase functions.
To put in simply, the GMT watches display two time zones – the local time and the home time. All these luxury timepieces are highly sought-after both in the retail and pre-owned market. However, whether you are looking to ‘sell my Rolex GMT-Master’ or ‘sell watches’ with a GMT complication of any other luxury brand, it is always essential that you choose a professional and trustworthy watch buyer to ensure you are getting the best possible deal.
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