Nidau based Swiss watchmaker Manjaz unveils its first ever automatic GMT timepiece this year. The dial of this GMT watch provides a multitude of information inside a case with softly rounded forms. Thanks to the GMT subdial at 6 o’clock, local time and home time are clearly distinguished; an invaluable function for anyone moving from one time zone to another, all the while staying in touch with events back home.
A subtle day/night disc adds a thoughtful finishing touch to this dual-time function. At the top of the dial, a window opens onto two large, visible discs which, day after day, come together to indicate the date. Inside beats the Swiss Made Soprod 9351 automatic calibre that delivers 42 hours of autonomy.
Soprod 9351, automatic, 25 jewels, 28,800 vib/h, Swiss-Made, 42-hour power reserve
Hours, minutes, date, GMT, day/night indication
41 mm, steel or rose-gold PVD coating
Sapphire crystal front and back
Water-resistant to 50 meters (5 ATM)
White or black
Guilloché in the centre
Sculpted roman numerals
Large date window at 12 o’clock with visible discs
Second time zone at 6 o’clock
Dragging day/night indication at 8 o’clock
Black or brown leather