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When we think of the GMT watch, we think back to the early days of international air travel. Those were somewhat daring days for civil aviation, when aircrafts were designed directly from World War II bombers with their powerful rotary engines blasting through the sky, whipping the nacelle and its contents along several intermediate stops before reaching the passenger’s ultimate destination.
Of course, the world has changed dramatically since then; air travel is now almost a commodity, with the growth of modern low-cost carriers. But the significance and purpose of our GMT watches have never changed, nor has their distinctive allure, which we’ll explore together.