Arnold & Son Globetrotter

Reference #: 1WTAS.S01A

15,200 USD
Suggested retail price, may vary according to your local taxes and current exchange rates. All prices subject to change.

Arnold & Son is an official partner of The Watch Pages

This unique world timer displays 24 different time zones with a nocturnal view of the Earth, showing twinkling city lights across the globe.

A half globe

The Arnold & Son Globetrotter Night features a half-globe that is fixed using a sculpted arch and is positioned under a spectacular crystal dome.

Three-dimensional map

The three-dimensional map features raised parts that have been colored a deep-gray with a galvanic treatment and then hand-lacquered in a dark-gray color. The oceans are lacquered in a shade of gray/blue, while the twinkling lights are hand-applied silver sparkles.

24 different time zones

A sapphire crystal ring around the globe indicates the 24 different time zones. The daylight hours are transparent, while the night-time hours have been darkened using a special treatment. The time is read geographically following the position of the continents.

Easy-setting mechanism

The timepiece is powered by the A&S3022 automatic manufacture movement, which has an easy-setting mechanism with a three-position crown. The first position winds the movement, the second adjusts the local time in one-hour increments (in both clockwise and anti-clockwise directions), and lastly, the third position regulates the hours and minutes along with the planet’s rotation.

Northern hemisphere

The Globetrotter Night shows the Northern Hemisphere, but a Southern Hemisphere version is available on request at the same price.


The Basics





  • Hours
  • Minutes
  • 24 Hour Display
  • Multiple Time Zones
  • World Time
  • 3D Earth worldtime rotating indicator

Special Features

  • Water resistance 30m/3 bar

The Brand

Arnold & Son

John Arnold was a British watchmaker (1736-1799) whose technical skills enabled the quantity production of marine chronometers. He also played a central role in addressing the problem of longitude. The brand was relaunched in 1995 in Swizerland’s La Chaux-de-Fonds and by 2010 is a fully integrated manufacture developing and producing its own in-house movements.