With this Newport Dual Time watch, the French watchmaking brand Michel Herbelin makes the handling of time differences an easy matter, in the four corners of the globe. Elegantly displaying a second time zone on the dial, this watch has the particular feature of being easy to adjust. Timeless, on a leather bracelet, or more sporty, on a steel bracelet, it will be just as practical for frequent travellers as it will be useful for the busy city man, needing to communicate with the entire planet.
Style in GMT mode
In polished steel with a 40.3 mm diameter, the case, heightened by a bezel in brushed steel, reveals a dial with a rich array of harmoniously configured information. With a simultaneous display of two time zones, together with a large date display at the 12 o’clock position, it provides maximum legibility, with a play on the roundness of the lines, accentuated by the contrast in colours. Punctuated by luminescent indexes, the local time is displayed, whose rhythm is shown by a central second display running around a dial-train, positioned discreetly on the rim. Standing out subtly from the ensemble, a counter, positioned at the 6 o’clock point, shows the time in another part of the world.
As well as a refined aesthetic, the Newport Dual Time is easy to adjust. Equipped with two crowns, each reserved for the adjustment of the time zone, this Michel Herbelin timepiece is very simple to use. Finished with a brown alligator textured leather bracelet or mounted on a steel bracelet, it is shown off to maximum advantage on the wrists of men who live in world time.
At the exact time, everywhere in the world
Heir to a tradition of French watch-making expertise, anchored in the Jura Massif in Franche- Comté since 1947, the Newport Dual Time is equipped with a quartz movement of Swiss manufacture (Ronda), ensuring reliability in the face of any challenge, and unerring precision. Designed, conceived, assembled, adjusted, and quality checked in the workshops of the Michel Herbelin brand, this watch, which is water resistant to 100 metres, is a reliable value to count upon, so that you are on time in the here and now, and elsewhere . . .