Another timezone is one of the more useful complications to have on your wrist. Even with a bit of Googling it’s still a right faff to work out what -8 UTC is before you give your mate in Peru a call. And there’s always that nagging feeling, ‘have I got that right or am I about to wake him up in the middle of the night?’ A GMT gives you certainty (and confidence you won’t) at a glance.
Norqain have had this GMT base covered for a while now. Their Adventure range’s Neverest model has offered you the choice of a rather exotic green and black GMT, a PVD-cased orange and black or a straight steel-cased blue and black option. Now there’s another Neverest but this time it comes in a rather elegant red gold, black and stainless steel flavour.
It’s a striking looking watch. The quicker-minded among you might already be thinking of other watches with a similar combination of metals where you’d have to spend a lot more money. This new Norqain will set you back just $5,500 with a bracelet, $5,460 on a rubber strap with a clasp and $5,290 for a rubber strap with a buckle.