A GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) watch is a type of watch that is designed to display multiple time zones at once. This is useful for travelers, as it allows them to keep track of the time in their home time zone as well as the time in their current location.
To read the time on a GMT watch, you will need to pay attention to the watch's main hour hand, the GMT hand, and the bezel. The main hour hand indicates the time in the watch's "home" time zone, which is usually the time zone of the watch's manufacturer. The GMT hand, which is usually colored differently from the main hour hand, indicates the time in a different time zone. The bezel, which is the outer ring of the watch's face, is marked with a 24-hour scale and can be rotated to indicate the time in yet another time zone.
To use a GMT watch to read the time in multiple time zones, you will need to do the following:
Determine the time in the watch's home time zone by reading the main hour hand.
Determine the time in the time zone indicated by the GMT hand by reading the GMT hand in conjunction with the bezel.
Determine the time in the time zone indicated by the bezel by rotating the bezel so that the zero marker is aligned with the GMT hand, and then reading the time on the bezel.
By following these steps, you should be able to easily read the time in multiple time zones on a GMT watch. It is a useful tool for travelers and can help you keep track of the time in multiple locations at once.