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ARNOLD & SON
The Hornet Worldtimer features six hands and pointers emanating from the center of the dial, thus bearing evidence of the brand's clarity and user-friendly handling. This timepieces is available in rose gold or stainless steel case, accentuated by four crowns and push pieces symmetrically arranged at 9, 10, 2 and 3 o'clock. The double disc date at 5 o'clock and the circular month display in the center keep track of useful information for every day. Two hands can be set to indicate two different time-zones (24 zones) marked on the outer ring, with the city of London in red (GMT).
Furthermore, the golden sun-tipped hand can be set on half time-zones, which is very useful in parts of the world like India and the Pacific time-zones. On top, since this golden hand is 'sliding', it can be set to display the mean solar time of any location according to its longitude. Finally, the triangular equation of time display informs the wearer about the difference of the true solar time and the mean solar time.