Luxury phone maker Gresso introduces its new Luxor World Time, designed specifically for the world traveler.
As you can see from the image above, owners have the ability to bring up the time for six different locations at a time.
This is handled by the six independent Swiss clockwork mechanisms. The company says that the power reserve is clocked at 10 years.
Watch on the back panel of the phone shows time of the five main world business centres: Tokyo, Moscow, Paris, London and New York.
The sixth, and perhaps most important, slot is wherever you want it to be, which can be your home, or where you might be travelling to.
Screen and clock-face with elegant Roman figures located on the back panel are fringed with two 97-carat sapphire crystals with high-gloss coating.
Luxor World Time case is produced from ultrastrong and superlight titanium alloy specially developed for Gresso.
It is coated with high-tech ceramics at the closing stage – such coating does not tarnish and discolor with the lapse of time (this material was originally used only in space industry).
The front panel is offset with a bezel made of planished steel with black PVD coating, while the back panel features genuine Italian leather.
Each key of the keypad made of a single sapphire crystal that has been manually polished with a diamond tool to make it pleasant to the touch.
Gresso is selling the Luxor World Time phone through its website for US$6,000.