Travel Time

It’s easy to get confused when travel takes you to different time zones, making Brietling’s new Chronomat Automatic GMT 40 a worthy time-keeping tool for globetrotters.
Words // Bill Lindsey | November 22, 2022 | Luxury

You don’t need a Delorean to go back in time; if you were to travel from Miami to Pensacola, you’d discover you arrived back in time by one hour. Unless you immediately stop and adjust your watch, chances are good you’ll miss flights and appointments by — you guessed it — one hour. The solution is the Breitling Chronomat Automatic GMT, equipped with a 24-hour scale and an additional hour hand in red used to monitor time in a second time zone, making it a favorite of pilots and others who need to contact folks who may be many hours ahead or behind. Styled to be at home in the cockpit or the boardroom, the handsome 40mm case is accented by your choice of a green, blue, white, black or anthracite dial;