At the edge of the world
The Explorer II allows the wearer to clearly distinguish daytime from night-time hours thanks to its 24-hour display comprising an additional orange hand and a fixed graduated bezel.
With this added function, the watch offers essential information for expeditions in territories where time markers disappear. For example, environments that are constantly dark, such as caves, or in polar regions, when the sun never rises or sets.
For the same reason, the Explorer II displays the date, which is also essential in situations of absolute solitude when there is no clear distinction between day and night.
The Explorer II has become the watch of choice for speleologists who delve into the bowels of the Earth and explorers traversing the poles. It accompanies those whose discoveries broaden the horizon of our knowledge to better preserve the planet.