The Swiss are famous for their watches with split-second accuracy. So, what's a Swiss luxury phone maker to create than a phone with six individual clocks - five for major cities across the world and one for your local time.
The result is appropriately called Gresso Luxor World Time. It took some Swiss watchmaking know-how to fit 6 watch mechanisms and keep the phone's thickness down to 12mm.
Each watch has a power reserve of 10 years, with a watch for Tokyo, Moscow, Paris, London and New York and one for the local time. The case holding the watches is just 2mm thick.
As usual the materials that the Gresso Luxor World Time is made of are some of the best nature has to offer - aluminum alloy for the casing coated with high-tech ceramics and a bezel of planished steel.
The front and back are made of two 97 carat sapphire crystals, the lower back is made of Italian leather. And to complete the decadence of the Gresso Luxor World Time, each individual key is made of hand-polished sapphires.
Jetsetters also have the option to customize their Gresso Luxor World Time in 100 designs from the Online Boutique section of the Gresso website. The device will be manufactured in 14 days.
Without customizations, the Gresso Luxor World Time costs 6000 US dollars (4,300 euro).
Just what I thought...
what the fish...i will never buy this phone..
Here's a phone I would never ever ever buy. It has the same name as a dairy products brand here in Portugal. What would I say? That I bought two litres of milk and a packet of butter and they gave me that ugly phone?? LOL