I’m not saying I’m a spy, but when the intelligence community needs an extra hand, I don’t mind taking the call. One recent mission had me leapfrogging across the globe in pursuit of Karloff, my nemesis. On a tip from my associate Alex Lemur, I set off for the snowy slopes of Switzerland.
At the ski lodge, I was supposed to intercept a package left behind by Karloff. But when I went to the drop site, there was nothing there. I then realized that Lemur had forgotten to adjust his calculations for the change in time zone. Using my Swiss Cross Watch, I knew which time was correct. That’s because this watch carries an additional hand to check the hour in another time zone. Known as a GMT function, this hand works in combination with the rotating black and red bezel to give you an idea of whether its day or night in another location.
With its Swiss-made precision movement, date window and water resistance to a depth of 300 meters, the Swiss Cross Watch ensures you’ll always have the right time, no matter where on Earth you are.