Seasoned world travelers, foreign service officers and members of the military may find the Soarway Transglobe a suitable companion for their exploits in farawayplaces like Nepal, India, or Afghanistan, where time zones are 30 or even 45 minutes apart, instead of the full hour to which the Western world has become accustomed. The Transglobe displays the time in a second time zone in hours and minutes, making it easy to tell the time in exotic locations while keeping track of the time in the wearer's home country. In addition, the Soarway Transglobe features a day/night indicator that is synched to the second time zone. This little function is useful when determining whether it's too early or too late to phone home. For individuals who don't enjoy globetrotting, the Transglobe is still a useful timepiece. By simply setting the second time indicator to "12:00" turns the Transglobe into a useful stopwatch for all manner of activies, from running to cooking, from parking to rehearsing a speech. Simply put, the Transglobe is a multi-purpose watch. Powered by a modified ETA caliber 2892-A2 (K.793).