History Process Of Two Places And World Time

At the International Meridian Conference held in 1884, it was decided that Greenwich Village (UK) is the location of the prime meridian, and Greenwich Mean Time is the world standard time. As the name suggests, the two-time watch is a watch that can display the time in two different regions at the same time. It is a product that humans begin to travel around the countries and travel in different time zones. The concept of incorporating different parts of the world into universal time began in 1876. Engineer and inventor Sandford Fleming was determined to establish a unified time zone system due to errors in railway timetables. With his hard work, the International Meridian Conference held in 1884 decided to use Greenwich Village in the UK as the location of the prime meridian, and Greenwich Mean Time is the world standard time. As the name suggests, the two-time watch is a watch that can display the time in two different regions at the same time. It is a product that humans begin to travel around the countries and travel in different time zones. In the 1950s, watches were full of functions. Among them, Rolex’s GMT Master can be said to be the originator of watches in both places. It uses a triangular arrow pointer that is coaxial with the main time, with a red and blue color on the bezel to distinguish the day and night from the 24-hour scale, and displays the time in the second time zone. Others include dual dials, digital time jumpers, dual time dials, and even two movements.
世界 Compared with the two places, the world time has begun to appear as early as the 18th century in the pocket watch era. Speaking of the originator of the modern world time watch, it is the world time zone institution invented by a generation of talented watchmakers in 1935. The Patek Philippe World Time Watch Ref 1415 HU, based on the Cottier design, was sold in 2002 for more than 4 million U.S. dollars, breaking the highest record for watch auctions. In 2001, Patek Philippe once again launched the World Time Watch Ref 5110, which kicked off the emerging world time watch trend in recent years. Its appearance is meant to pay tribute to Cottier’s creations, but it is more convenient to use. With just one button, you can move the time zone city ring and the 24-hour day and night display ring while pushing the hour hand forward one frame, allowing the wearer to cross different time zones in an instant.