The Christopher Ward C8 UTC Worldtimer's functionality will take some explaining, as not all world timers offer the same functionality. A true world timer, like the IWC Big Pilot Worldtimer, can show the time in all displayed time zones simultaneously. Generally, this is done by having the movement replica watches
rotate a 24-hour scale which can be set to show your local time and thus synchronize with all of the other time zones on the watch. The Christopher Ward C8 UTC Worldtimer is more of a passive world timer, as it shows two time zones at once while offering a simple and fast method of selecting a different time zone. Like the Bremont ALT1-WT, the pandora outlet
Christopher Ward C8 UTC Worldtimer uses an ETA movement that offers an independently adjustable 24-hour hand - in this case, an ETA 2893-2. To use the world time functionality of the Christopher Ward C8 UTC Worldtimer, you set the replica watches uk
UTC hand to show UTC 0 time and then use the second crown to rotate the city dial so that your desired timezone/city is at 12 o'clock. You can now read the indicated city's time via the 24-hour scale and the rolex replica
UTC hand. So, in the below press image, the world time is set to London and the time there is 10:08. To see a new timezone, just rotate the city bezel and place the new city at 12.