Best Travleler GMT Under $1k

I'm looking for suggestions on your favourite Traveler/True/Flyer GMT under $1k (or close enough if you have another idea). I'm looking for something in the 40mm or less size, and I threw a few in here that fit the bill, so, I'm wondering these 4 which you would choose but also would love comm, and I threw a few in here that fit the bill, so I'm wondering out of these 4 which you would choose, but Ients on anything else you think is relevant.
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If anyone has a Blue or White Traska Venturer 2 GMT, I'm looking for one. I don't care if it has QC issues. I will make an offer or pay o]up to retail or slightly above for a new one. Just saying. But I also love the Hyperion; waiting for those to return in stock and looking hard at the Steinhart.

I have been researching GMTs for a few months. I don't have the ability to get my Rolex Explorer II until tax or bonus comes along, or I make an extra $10k in the stock market, lol, but I have about 10 international trips before then and would like something now to track 2 or 3 timezones easily.

I鈥檓 pretty sure the Steinhart is a caller GMT. Mine is, unless they updated it.

Islander just released a new Port Jefferson with the Miyota traveler GMT for $579 I believe.

gbelleh

I鈥檓 pretty sure the Steinhart is a caller GMT. Mine is, unless they updated it.

Islander just released a new Port Jefferson with the Miyota traveler GMT for $579 I believe.

Dang, really? Maybe they have one and the Ocean One is not the Traveler. Well, I will look into that. Bummer. It's probably my second favourite despite being an Explorer homage. It's still a great watch. Wow, you have some nice pieces.

Looking now, I think I meant to show the 39. I think it's a Flyer. So ... my bad.

Don't forget about the Lorier Hydra SIII. There's also the Elliot Brown Beachmaster too, granted the automatic version isn't under $1KUS.

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Don't forget about the Lorier Hydra SIII. There's also the Elliot Brown Beachmaster too, granted the automatic version isn't under $1KUS.

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So I was looking at this one but could only add 4 to the poll. I wish it weren't a diver. But yes it's on my radar and I think it's available, I remember seeing it and thinking, oh yeah, that will work. 41mm case width which is within the range of something I would wear.

Jack Mason Hydro timer GMT is amazing and my favorite GMT they are also the first to market with the 9075 movement!!

Lorier, Traska, Steinhart and Phoibos by that order for me.

Jack Mason is good too

timeshed

If anyone has a Blue or White Traska Venturer 2 GMT, I'm looking for one. I don't care if it has QC issues. I will make an offer or pay o]up to retail or slightly above for a new one. Just saying. But I also love the Hyperion; waiting for those to return in stock and looking hard at the Steinhart.

I have been researching GMTs for a few months. I don't have the ability to get my Rolex Explorer II until tax or bonus comes along, or I make an extra $10k in the stock market, lol, but I have about 10 international trips before then and would like something now to track 2 or 3 timezones easily.

I, too, waited for Lorier to restock their watches, but it seems that they are having some problems because it said Late January then it changed to Mid February, but it鈥檚 almost the end of February and still no restock.

Then I remembered about Jack Mason and just bought them the very next day when I was in the US for work with overnight shipping to my hotel (did not want to pay import duties and wait another two weeks). Could not be more happier with JM.