The first of it's kind worldtimer watch.
Use noon on the bezel to match with your city and set the GMT to local time. Now rotate 12 to any city and the GMT hand shows the time for that location.
Based on solar time and inspired by ancient cosmology, the GMT hand acts as the sun over earth, going over your location around noon.
To use as a compass, set to local time. Point the hour hand at the sun and the GMT hand faces north (faces south below the meridian).
Try it as a smartwatch face for Wear OS & Tizen with the Facer app. facer.io/u/glow
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Inspired by the sundial, old maps and ancient cosmology. The first worldtimer watch was invented in 1931, made possible with an extra rotating bezel under the glass. Now over 90 years later, there's a new way to world time.