As an amateur photographer (and formerly in a profession that routinely used outdoor photography), the solar/lunar data is a great thing to have handy. I’m sure fishermen, pilots, some runners, and others could get a fair bit of use out of this too. If I want to catch that sunrise shot from Waimanalo Beach, or the full moon shot from the cliffs at Pali, this a great tool (or at least this is a great rationalization to give your wife when you are shopping for one of these).

And the watches themselves are handsome even without the gizmotology. The WorldWatch II is a little busy due to the inner bezel numbers, but with the digital time display turned off, it has a colorful and fairly clean appearance.

At $745, it is a bit of an investment, but not an outrageous one. Yeah, I’m liking this one.

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