Meet Baume & Mercier Capeland Worldtimer Watch

Jun 17, 2013
Baume & Mercier unveils its new Capeland Worldtimer watch. The novelty is destined at those passionate about travelling - globe-trotters and international businessmen. It allows at-a-glance reading of the time in the 24 cities representing the world time zones.

The case of the new Baume & Mercier watch demonstrates an original pebble shape and a distinctively vintage design. The 44 mm case is sculptured from 18K red gold or polished satin-brushed steel.

The restrained dial provides superb readability. It is available in ashen gray or off-white.

The sapphire crystal case-back reveals the inner life of the timepiece - a self-winding delicately manufactured mechanical movement characterized by supreme precision and endurance.

To make the watch show the local time, you have to select the name of the city matching the time zone where you are, and turn the 24-hour ring to make the digit, representing the current time, face the city. You adjust the hands with help of the crown. Due to these quick adjustments you can find out what time it is in all parts of the world just drop a glance at the dial of the Capeland Worldtimer.

The 18K red gold version of the Baume & Mercier Capeland Worldtimer watch is coupled with a refined, understated brown alligator strap in the same shade as the 24-hour ring.

The steel version of the timepiece is presented on a blue alligator strap in the same tone as the 24-hour ring.

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