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I'm really digging the movement used in the Perrelet Seacraft GMT with chrono-like pushers to advance the hour hand forward and backward. However, the watch for some reason doesn't scream "buy me!" Are there any watches with similar movements? The ones that come mind right away is the Tudor Aeronaut (darn hard to find in the US), Ebel 1911 BTR GMT (too large sadly), and the Bulgari Diagono GMT (too ugly). I'm trying to stay in the 40mm-42mm range.

Picture below of the Perrelet from Oceanictime as an example:
 

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Has the GMT on the left side and uses a pusher to advance.
 

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The JLC Grand Reverso works this way but it is discontinued. Also the PP Aquanaut 5164 has push buttons on the left side with day night indicators for local and away on the dial.
 

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Found an interesting (pity, discontinued) watch... The Oris XXL classic worldtimer
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Pushers at 8 & 4 position adjust main hour (TZ1) hands independently to the small TZ2 indicator at 3.


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