Most dual time zone watches use separate hands to indicate the hours in different locales. The Two Time Zones + Date from Ochs und Junior instead makes its hour hand pull double duty. A small disc at the center correlates with an opening in the hour hand to show the time in a second location, while the tip of the hour and minute hands show the current time. Seconds are displayed on a tiny disc at 6 o'clock which is mirrored by a power reserve indicator at 12. Powered by a Ulysse Nardin UN-118 movement, its case measures 42mm and is available in Grade 5 titanium or sterling silver.