Surrounding the topographic map is a 24-hour indication under hesalite glass, divided into night and day sections. Omega’s hometown of Biel, Switzerland, is among the many global destinations surrounding the dial and its outer ring.
All place names except the UK capital are painted in yellow gold. London is in red to highlight Greenwich Mean Time, now more officially known as Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). We also note that Hong Kong generally taken as a reference for Asia has been replaced by Beijing, diplomacy obliges.
For the 43 mm Worldtimer in titanium, light and corrosion-resistant, Omega has imagined a black and gray dial produced entirely using lasers, including the colors. It does not have any transferred elements, apart from the word “London”. Even there, the red varnish was applied by hand!