GMT - Day

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True GMT with date, rotating bezel, dual-finished case, sapphire box crystal and sandpaper textured dial.


Bright, fresh and clear, the GMT Day dial is inspired by the light blue sky that breaks over a crisp spring morning in Scotland. The centre of the dial features a rough sandpaper texture that meets a smooth, chalky outer - these two textures are bridged by the applied hour indices.

The GMT 24-hour scale is printed on a chamfered internal ring that adds contrast and shade around the outer perimeter of the dial. Bold, black markings are printed for the angled GMT scale and the minute marks on the flat dial surface.

For the jet stream hands, we’ve applied a mirror-polish finish to the main hand set, allowing the profiled hour and minute hands to shine. The hairline seconds hand enjoys this polished finish too, with the GMT hand featuring a dial-matched stalk leading to a striking post-box red tip.

- Japanese Made Miyota 9075 automatic movement
- 42mm diameter x 10.95mm depth (excl. crystal)
- 20mm lugs
- Bespoke designed dual-texture case
- Natulite lume on hands, indices and bezel
- Sapphire box crystal with dual side AR coating
- 28,800 bph, 24 jewels
- 40+ hour power reserve
- Accuracy of -10 ~ + 30 sec/day
- Hacking function, Parashock anti-shock
- 50 Metre / 5ATM water resistance
- 70g
- 2 year warranty

A GMT (referencing Greenwich Mean Time) is a watch that can track times across different time zones. Unlike your typical watch that shows only your local time, a GMT can display multiple time zones; some will show two while others, including the Marloe GMT, can track three.

How does it do it? Well, a GMT watch has a 4th hand that orbits the dial once every 24 hours and can be read using the 24 hour bezel (rather than the traditional 12 hour dial - which in this case is used to read the standard hands). For more on the hows and whys of a GMT, please read our recent journal entry.

A GMT watch is particularly useful for people who frequently journey across (or have family and friends in) these zones - whether for business or leisure, having the ability to view local and 'home' times at a glance can help you stay organised, avoid jet lag and coordinate schedules more efficiently.

The Devil's in the detail

The design process of the GMT was relatively quick, mainly because we knew exactly what we wanted to create: a case design that built upon our learnings to deliver an eye-catching, comfortable, discreet and compact watch; a box-profile Sapphire crystal to bring as much light into the dial as possible; bold colours and uncomplicated dial design; textures and finishes that exude quality and craftsmanship; and an overall balanced and considered design.

We believe we’ve achieved it, for the GMT sings on the wrist. The case size is bold yet wears neatly, thanks to the short lug-to-lug dimension and the bezel shrinking the dial diameter. Light plays on the chamfered edge of the bezel with brushed textures diffusing the light just so, to make the case sparkle. The box Sapphire floods the dial with light, emphasising the sandpaper textured dial, as well as the various levels, angles and complexities within. Applied indices - polished, chamfered and filled with luminous compound - catch the revolving light and stand proud above the dial surface. Depth, dynamics and a feeling of completeness follow.


The Miyota 9075 is what’s referred to as a 'true' GMT. This means the main hour hand can jump in hour increments, forward or back, to change the “local” time to whatever you fancy. The 24-hour GMT hand remains in place, slowly revolving around the dial showing your ‘home’ time.

The alternative GMT movement features a jumping 24-hour hand, with the main hour hand remaining in place; it’s easier to jump the hand that isn’t as obvious for referencing other time zones. This is termed an ‘office’ GMT. We like the authenticity and connection to the history of the 'true' GMT watch, and although 'true' GMT movements are typically more complex to manufacture, Miyota have done a fantastic job in designing a truly incredible calibre.


One of our favourite young British brands, Marloe watches cannot be matched for great British value.

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Marloe caught our eye for two reasons - one, their care and craftsmanship, and two, their thoroughly reasonable prices.


Superb detail without breaking the bank.



We’ve fitted a bi-directional, 48-click bezel, complete with etched and paint-filled numerals, luminous applied pip and dual textures for contrast. The crown is a perfectly proportioned 6.5mm diameter with exaggerated grip, and the whole caboodle comes in at an incredibly neat 42mm diameter, 10.95mm thickness and 47mm lug-to-lug. The GMT is a bit of a spec monster.


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