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HiYa!
Yesterday I have invented a way to read 2-nd time zone using bezel on my non GPS Breitling. Well, don't laugh! Most probably you knew that long ago, but for me that was pure enlightment!



Well, for those who are still in darkness of ignorance ;-) - just put the "0" mark on bezel against this or that hour mark on the dial of your watch, according to time difference with second region. So, if the time (on the picture) is 10:10 p.m. I know that in Ukraine is 5:10 a.m. Simple!

Well, I know how to use non compass watch to find N,S,W or E. Using 12 hour mark and hour hand position. That was in Breitling manual.

But do you know any more tips that could be useful or at least fun. Exept time reading of course :-d
 

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Igor I am going to seriously try to attend the dc gtg just to meet the dude that takes the seriously pornographic horological photos. Yes, i am a fan mate!
 

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Igor I am going to seriously try to attend the dc gtg just to meet the dude that takes the seriously pornographic horological photos. Yes, i am a fan mate!
Easily Devon. We'll make a photosession of your UN and gold Breitling :-!
 

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Yes, I have done that when traveling, but it's a little difficult to read the time at a glance.

This type of bezel fixes that problem:



"We ain't got no fourth hand. We don't need no stinkin' fourth hand..."
 

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No doubts that kind of bezel works better.

Yes, I have done that when traveling, but it's a little difficult to read the time at a glance.

This type of bezel fixes that problem:



"We ain't got no fourth hand. We don't need no stinkin' fourth hand..."
 
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