C65 GMT Worldtimer
The world on your wrist
Take a design inspired by mid-century travel and diving watches. Add two bezels – one inner (with the 24-hour clock), one outer (stamped with the world’s capital cities). The result is a watch that’s both technically advanced and beautiful to look at.
Thanks to its fourth GMT hand you’ll be able to monitor the time in a separate timezone around the world. And by using the inner and outer bezels together, you can tell the time in 24 international capital cities – simultaneously.
Despite its technical capabilities, this isn’t a chunky watch. That’s down to the light-catcher case that not only catches the light beautifully (check the contrast between brushed and polished surfaces) but is also designed to look and feel slim on the wrist.
Whether you’re in contact with offices around the globe, or just have an international mindset, this is the watch for you.
Yet the real eye catcher here is the feature making its debut in the C65 family: a worldtimer bezel. Present in 42mm – 1mm larger than the rest of the case for legibility purposes – 24 international cities adorn a mix of brushed steel and black surfaces. Just like supersonic travel brought those far-flung corners of the globe into reach, the C65 also connects its wearer with the likes of Karachi and La Paz (whether they plan on travelling there or not!).
Despite its global outlook, the C65 GMT Worldtimer remains a dive watch at heart. Its ‘light-catcher’ case is water-resistant to 150m, with a screw-down crown a welcome reassurance for those taking it for a light snorkel – or a more thorough scuba.
Sellita SW330 movement
Sellita SW330 Automatic
Made by one of the most respected names in Swiss watchmaking, the SW330 is a true ‘GMT’ movement.
This means that it has an extra hand that follows a 24-hour path around the dial. It can be changed by the wearer – using an exterior bezel – to set the time in another time zone.
The SW330 also has a date wheel, plus an anti-shock mechanism that helps it maintain accuracy even when it receives knocks and jolts.
Meanwhile, its seconds hand will sweep smoothly at a satisfying eight ticks per second.
Inspired by the travel watches of the 1960s, the C65 GMT Worldtimer mixes mid-20th century design with GMT and worldtimer functionality. A timepiece that knows no borders.
The Worldtimer’s bezel doesn’t just look great. It’s a useful tool, too. Simply line up your ‘home’ city with the current time, and it’ll instantly tell you the right time in 23 other time zones.
Light years ahead
Our light-catcher case is not just a way to hold the movement. Thanks to years of painstaking research, it’s designed to feel slim and bounce light beautifully off its surfaces.
GMT? Step this way
The fourth ‘GMT’ hand works with the 24-hour inner bezel to let you monitor the time in another time zone. Want to be in step with New York, Paris or Tokyo? Just turn that fourth hand.
Use the GMT function
Using the fourth hand in conjunction with its 24-hour bezel, a GMT watch will let you monitor the time in another time zone. Here’s how to set yours correctly.
Some of the most handsome timepieces ever made are the sports and travel watches of the 1960s. The C65 Trident range riffs on the watches of the period, and the latest release, the C65 GMT Worldtimer, is perhaps the most ambitious yet.