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World time


Like a finely crafted atlas, the Globetrotter worldtimer collection represents our planet.

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new horizons

Globetrotter‘s dome is finely crafted with precise sculpting of the continents. The hand-painted seas and sculpted lands are a beautiful backdrop to the dual time zone display. The infinite arch above fixes their rotation. Arnold & Son pays tribute to John Arnold’s marine chronometers, used on English naval ships in the 18th century during their explorations around the world.

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handcrafted earth

The hemisphere was the guideline for its design, and its surface area requires a certain amount of space. Above the equator are North America, Eurasia, and part of Africa, all represented with a wealth of detail. The continents form a single rhodium-plated, polished sculpture. In contrast, the Atlas, Hoggar, Himalayan, Rocky, Ural, and Alps Mountain ranges are given a matt finish. The oceans are hand-painted with several coats of blue-pigmented lacquer enriched with pearlescent powder to bestow exceptional depth and shine. The coastlines are lighter on the blue colour scale with added Super-LumiNova, so they stand out at night and further accentuate the relief of this small piece of manual craftsmanship.

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Double Tourbillon

The double tourbillon is a rare construction, even more so with this structural approach that meets aesthetic, historical, and horological objectives.

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