Introducing the newest addition to our coveted Q Timex lineup - the perfect timepiece for the modern-day traveler. The Q Timex Three Time Zone Chronograph boasts unmatched quartz precision combined with the ability to track up to three different time zones simultaneously, allowing you to explore the world freely while it takes care of the timekeeping.


A Quick Guide to Using Your Q Timex Three Time Zone Chronograph


Say you're driving from New York City to Los Angeles with a stop in Denver. With this itinerary, you'll need to track three different time zones: New York City (EST), Los Angeles (PST), and Denver (MST). Here's how to do so with your Q Timex Three Time Zone Chronograph:

  • First, set the primary hour hand to the local time in New York City (let's say it's 1:00 PM).

  • Next, set the additional hour hand to the time in Los Angeles (3 hours behind, so it would be 10:00 AM). This way, you can track the time in both New York City and Los Angeles.

  • Finally, use the rotating top ring to track the time in Denver (2 hours behind New York City, so it'd be 11:00 AM). Simply turn the top ring until the 11 meets the primary hour hand. Now, you can read the time in Denver by looking at the primary hour hand and the numbers on the outer ring.


    Navigating Time with Style


    Not only does the Q Timex Three Time Zone Chronograph keep you on schedule, but it's also a statement piece that recalls the design aesthetics of the original dive-inspired Q, with sleek updates that breathe new life into its familiar 40mm case profile. The modernized Q Timex logo, flat mineral glass crystal with beveled edge, and stainless-steel crown with easy-grip rubber accent all bring sophistication to the rugged design. Meanwhile, the 24-hour format sub-dial at the 12 o'clock position of its black, white, or forest green dial ensures that you never lose track of time, no matter where your travels take you.


    This watch offers versatility with the option of either a stainless-steel bracelet with quick release spring bars or an interchangeable black synthetic rubber strap. So, go ahead and follow your wanderlust. It has you covered with styles to suit. 


    Understanding the Q Timex Three Time Zone Chronograph and GMT Timekeeping


    While the Q Timex Three Time Zone Chronograph and our GMT watches share similar functions, there are some differences between them. The rotating top ring on a GMT watch uses a 24-hour format, whereas this watch uses a 12-hour format. Additionally, a GMT watch has two colors on its top ring to indicate daytime and nighttime hours. So, if you're in the market for a GMT watch, check out our selection here.


    The Q Timex Three Time Zone Chronograph is the ultimate timepiece for those with a thirst for new horizons. It keeps you on schedule and reminds you to embrace the journey. So, what are you waiting for? Get your playlist ready, pack light, and see where the wind takes you.

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