The Vogard is a nice piece of wrist machinery. It's basically a nice automatic watch with a unique system for changing timezones. When you land in Tokyo, simply flip out the bezel lock and turn the outer ring to the proper city. Both the big 24-hour hand—the one that looks like a triangle—and the outer hands will move. You can also set two different time zones. It's water resistant to 330 feet and it's pretty much Vogard's only product—when you've got an international patent, you've got to run with it. No price, but when Sheik Mohammed Al Mualla for the UAE gives you an endorsement, you're probably talking in the 'spensive range.