The Glashütte Original Senator Cosmopolite has reached the pinnacle of world timer watches with its display of most if not all of the different timezones in the world. It encompasses a selection of 35 time zones including 30 minutes and 45 minutes differences and both daylight saving and standard time.
How to: Setting the Glashütte Original Senator Cosmopolite
Setting the time on this timepiece and learning to read it might be daunting at first, but once grasped, is a simple and intuitive user experience.
We have compiled a series of simple steps for users who have been wondering or were curious how it works. In this scenario, our protagonist begins his journey in TYO Japan, and takes a trip to DEL India.
Adjust the Glashütte Original Senator Cosmopolite in 5 steps
- Always begin with both home time and local time synced.
- Ensure that the IATA country code is displaying your ‘Home’ country code. In this case, TYO.
- If the time is set during standard time, check that the country code is displayed in the Standard Time window. The contrary holds for Daylight Savings Time.
- Upon arrival at the destination country, India, turn the crown at 4 to adjust local time independently.
- Adjust the main hands anti-clockwise if travelling westwards, till you see the destination country code in the STD window.