While the prospect of travelling abroad seems a distant memory or far flung future dream whichever side of the equation you sit on, we couldn't help but trawl through Amazon, picking out the best travel friendly GMT watches we could find for our next hypothetical overseas adventure. We've put together a list of the best 9 GMT watches to accompany you on your travels. Stay safe and enjoy!
Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Deep Black
A one-stop-shop for all of your horological travel needs, the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Deep Black is one the best all round travel GMT watches money can buy.
Rolex GMT-Master II Everose 126715CHNR
Based on one of the most successful and recognisable GMT platforms, this Everose gold encased GMT-Master II model is perhaps the most ostentatious yet still supremely versatile and wonderfully wearable.
Breguet Tradition GMT 7067
The most obscure of all models on this list, Breguet's Tradition GMT 7067 is a dazzling combination of openworked magic, divine aesthetics and an air of taking a less conventional approach to the typical GMT watch.
Rolex GMT-Master II 116710BLNR
The tried and true classic, Rolex's GMT-Master II 116710BLNR remains one of the hottest watches around today and is easily the most associated piece when one thinks of a mechanical GMT watch. Also available on the brand new Jubilee bracelet.
Panerai Luminor GMT PAM986
Functional, durable and with sound aesthetics, the PAM986 holds an incredible 10 days worth of power. The perfect kind of 'wear and forget' travel GMT watch.
Tudor Black Bay GMT
Available with an iconic Pepsi bezel and a distinct red GMT hand, the Tudor Black Bay GMT is a wonderfully approachable and relatively affordable GMT watch entry point.
Bell & Ross BR V2-92 GMT
Another relatively affordable GMT offering, Bell & Ross' BR V2092 GMT is fresh, modern, wearable and looks pretty awesome.
Omega Aqua Terra GMT Worldtimer
Last year we spent some time with the Sedna gold version of the Omega Aqua Terra GMT Worldtimer, with one of the highlights of the watch being the world map in the centre of the dial. The steel model's characteristics are similar to that of its Sedna gold clad variant, with the addition of being far more durable and far less conspicuous. Low key one of the cooler GMT watches here.
Grand Seiko Spring Drive GMT
A GMT with a Spring Drive movement from Grand Seiko would always be making this list, with this sporty looking model being the prime choice for the astute traveller looking for the perfect GMT watch.
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