There are chronographs. There are GMTs. It's unusual to see them combined, especially in a timepiece as affordable as the Timex Q. Equipped with a diver-inspired design, it uses a regular hour hand and red GMT hand, along with a rotating bezel, to keep track of up to three time zones at once. The black dial has lumed hands and indices, as well as a date window at 4:30 and three timing sub-dials. A quartz analog movement runs the show, powered by a battery that's replaceable via the port on the caseback, and is secured inside a stainless steel case that sits on a matching bracelet.