The Gavox roads is a comfortable watch to wear, with the 41mm case coming in at a relatively svelte (for a chronograph) 12mm thick.
You’ve got the running seconds at 3 o’clock, chronograph hours and minutes at 9 o’clock, and chronograph seconds being the large, central hand, and a tackymeter around the outside of the dial. That leaves the sub-dial at 6 o’clock. A good guess might be a second timezone, but that’s not it – it’s actually an alarm. All of this is made possibly by a quartz Ronda 5130D movement, just as the Gavox Squadron used.
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