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    Let's see your GMTs

    I've not seen a thread on show your GMTs, so thought I would start one.
    Any size, shape, colour, movement, price etc etc anything goes the more varied the better.
    I'll start off with one of mine.......


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    3 of mine. I've got a few more but no pics.






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    Two for me... one a rather rare beast, the other not so much.




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    One issue for me has always been the cyclops which I don't like. This gives me everything I want, a good vintage feel and a nice high dome without cyclops.



    I also bought this PanAm limited edition, but at 39mm was a bit small for me so I moved it on.


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    my Seiko SUS from about 1996? JDM only..

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    I have a couple...

    and

    Love them both, but particularly fond of the Great White, in fact wearing it today,

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    Here's my GMT.

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    As of last week I only have the one



    It has pushed my Exp II straight out the door.
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    How about a GMT Chronograph!

    GS chrono (Medium) by Simon Gee, on Flickr

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    No Cyclops ere!

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    Reverso GMT.




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    Here are mine.



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    I'm amazed I have 4 GMTs. I do have far too many watches, it's true.

    Vintage, dive, dressier, plus the one that sort of defies categorisation.



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    2446c



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    This counts, I think. It even has a jump-hour hand.




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    Quote Originally Posted by colin t View Post
    This counts, I think. It even has a jump-hour hand.



    What's the little 24 hour hand for? The subdial?

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    Just the one for me!


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    Quote Originally Posted by doctorj View Post
    What's the little 24 hour hand for? The subdial?

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    It’s basically an am/pm indicator for the time back home, rather than reading it from a 24h bezel as you would with a more traditional GMT movement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colin t View Post
    It’s basically an am/pm indicator for the time back home, rather than reading it from a 24h bezel as you would with a more traditional GMT movement.

    So what's the behaviour of the central blue hand that looks like a regular GMT hand? Can you set the two separately?

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    Quote Originally Posted by doctorj View Post
    So what's the behaviour of the central blue hand that looks like a regular GMT hand? Can you set the two separately?
    The blue hand tucks neatly behind the hour hand during normal use, i.e when in home nation, as seen here:



    When travelling, the ‘main’ hour hand can be set independently to local time without stopping the movement; it sets in a ‘jump-hour’ fashion, and this is also the mechanism via which the date is set.

    The blue hand is in effect the GMT hand, it stays put, thus displaying the time back home.

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    Thanks for all your contributions, the thread has turned into a good reference point for GMT watches old and new alike. I'm still debating which are my favourite, you can never only have one!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by colin t View Post
    This counts, I think. It even has a jump-hour hand.



    How very dare you sir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitch3110 View Post
    How very dare you sir.
    . But I think you’re now off to JLC pastures new?

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    Quote Originally Posted by colin t View Post
    . But I think you’re now off to JLC pastures new?
    Indeed Colin, but that is still one of my all time favourites.

    Happy New Year and trust all is well buddy

    Paul

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    Old school GMT - adjusted using the bezel only

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    Had this one for a while



    now only one left with UTC time is this:



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    Looks like I have 1 or 2.

    Nice idea

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    The Seamaster ‘Great White’ ref 2538.20


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    Just the two for me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sish101 View Post
    Just the two for me...

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    I love the Seamaster, wish I had bought one of these years ago.

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    Just 2 for me and surprisingly, both white.




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    Grand Seiko SBGM009 GMT:


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    Some fantastic watches so far, keep them coming.
    I love the way nearly everyone has more than 1 GMT, symptomatic of our great hobby I suppose.

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    Let's see your GMTs

    Love GMT’s 8)

    Tudor GMT, BLRO, 16700


    skydweller too :)



    Don’t have a picture of my G-shock ;)

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    That's just greedy




    Here's another one of mine, I've always loved GMTs.


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    Are we saying these qualify?


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    Neil

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    Just the one for me now



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    A couple of old ones:



    A few not so old ones:



    And a trio of new ones:


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    & this...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 11erv View Post
    A couple of old ones:



    A few not so old ones:



    And a trio of new ones:

    A very impressive collection, 'Gobsmacked'.
    Thanks for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 11erv View Post
    A couple of old ones:



    A few not so old ones:



    And a trio of new ones:

    Wow!! Absolutely stunning watches, but how do you decide which one to wear.

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