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Vogard announces a new twist on an old concept, the Chronozoner

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czVogard is a name you may not have heard before, but they have been around for a while. Recently as Baselworld, they announced the “Chronozoner” – a world time chronograph with a rather unique method of changing time zones.

By simply turning the bezel on the front of the watch, it is possible to select from any one of the 24 major time zones. And to celebrate the launch of the Chronozoner, Vogard has announced a limited edition 24 piece run (one for each time zone). The limited edition pieces will feature a platinum bezel, and be numbered from -12 to +12.

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1 COMMENT

  1. I’ve been attracted to the Vogard’s unique timezone feature, but after examining it at a watch store, I was disappointed. Although the world’s cities are listed around the bezel, you cannot use it to simultaneously see the times in the different cities.

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