There seems to be quite a few watch enthusiasts here, so I am going to solicit input on a decision I am faced with. Â I'm looking for another multiple time zone watch to wear both traveling and at work. Â Currently, my only such watch is a Patek "Travel Time" which is a simple dual time zone version of the Calatrava. Â Yellow gold, black crocodile strap.
After looking at watches from JLC, Vacheron, Patek, Nardin, Muller, and others, the two front runners are both from Breguet. Â I can only pick one, as I can't afford both right now. Â 1st Contender: Â
Breguet "Reveil du Tsar" It has two time zones, date, and is self winding. Â It also has an alarm. Â It is 11.25mm thick, and 39mm wide. Â 2nd Contender: Â Â
Breguet "Hora Mundi" It shows time across 24 timezones at once. Â Also self winding, also with a date. Â It is 8.7mm thick and 38mm wide. Both have interesting complications. Â The Reveil is somewhat similar to the Patek I already own, in that both display two time zones, but the Reveile has the cool alarm, is self winding, and has a date. Â The Hora Mundi is quite different than the Patek I own, in that it shows time in 24 different time zones, not just two (although it doesn't account for seasonal differences between time zones brought about by daylight savings time) Â Any preferences? Â Any advice?