Traveling from one time zone to another in a matter of hours wasn't always the norm. When it became common in the 1950s, the GMT watch was introduced to allow pilots and travelers to tell time in two different time zones simultaneously. Vague Watch Co.'s GMT is an homage to the timepieces that blazed the trail, most notably the legendary brown-and-gold "Root Beer" reference by a certain Swiss watch maker. And it'll give you the same warm hues without emptying your pockets. Powered by a Swiss quartz movement, it sports a dial with date function and applied luminous indices and hands, along with a 24-hour hand and classic two-tone rotating bezel that gives you the second time zone tracking. A domed crystal adds to the vintage look, while the 40mm stainless steel case with screw down crown is ready for your next swim with a 100-meter depth rating. Lightweight and comfortable for all-day wear, you can alternate between the two-tone stainless and gold-tone bracelet or the nylon Nato straps. Comes with a military-inspired case.