Chaumet's offering in this arena is the Class One range. Compared to some of the other high-end fashion houses the Chaumet Class One has a wide assortment of options and styles. In addition to three-hand, GMT, and chronograph models, the Class One has been offered in a large range of looks and sizes (for men and women). For me the best model is the Class One XXL that is 45mm wide and offered in steel and titanium, titanium, or in rose gold. This size has the GMT and Chronograph version, and I think they are fun looking, sporty divers that will appeal to those who want something a bit different - at least in the US. Chaumet is a brand not sold in the US - so as far as I know having a Chaumet might be a lot more common in other parts of the world such as France or Japan. I think the first time I saw Chaumet watches in person was in London at their store within a store in Harrods.
Inside the watch is a new movement called the caliber H31. The movement is made by ETA exclusively for Hamilton and it has 60 hours of power reserve. Nothing wild here aside from some standard tie-in branding on the back of the watch. Honestly, I would much rather prefer to have Harrison Ford's smiling face on the back of the watch - that would be pretty nice actually (but lord the licensing costs from Ford's people!). Price for this urban off-road good looker is ,895.
Essentially what the watch is doing is keeping track of two times as one. There is a switch in the movement that changes which one is being displayed. Adjusting the times isn't too hard, and the ability to juxtapose a local and reference time on the fly is really handy. It cleans up the dial and makes the Hora Muni a travel watch when you want it to be, and a daily wearer when you don't. I don't know too many watches that can claim that.