Push A Button For Worldtiming Weirdness With The Oris Holstein Edition 2022 “Full Steel”

When you’re at home (and assuming you want to use the travel function in the manner of a flyer GMT),  the main time display and the small-time display would be set to the same time. Then, when you travel to another time zone, you can use the buttons mounted at eight and four in the case flank to jump-set the main hour hand forward or backward. The date is tied to this hand, so if you cross midnight, it adjusts in step. No taking the watch off your wrist, no fiddling with the crown, no loss to timekeeping, and you still have a full home display with the ever-helpful AM/PM indication so that you’re not calling home in the middle of the night.

James Stacey

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