Ming 22.01 GMT Kyoto

Here we have a GMT watch from the independent manufacturer Horologer Ming.

On a closer look, we can see that the text on the dial is really crisp and here we also see the Luminova that is applied to the inside of the crystal.

It is 38mm in diameter, sapphire glass on both sides, the case is made of grade 5 titanium.

An independently adjustable 24-hour hand and a 24-hour scale at the composite, three-part dial where the grey background provides a good contrast to the 24-hour hand.

On the sides, the titanium is brushed and a solid, easy-to-operate crown.

In the concave bezel, there is a flat sapphire crystal with anti-reflection on both sides with a total thickness of 10.7mm.

A green barenia strap with the unique tuck buckle.

Where you tuck the end of the strap inside, which means that you don't see the end of the strap.

At the backside we see the Cal. 330.M2 based on the Sellita SW330-2 with a power reserve of 50 hours. 

It comes in black color and is assembled by Schwarz-Etienne in Switzerland.

 The innermost part of the dial has a grained finish in grey and matching the green GMT hand.

There is some kind of stamp at the dial at 11:30 beside the 24 hour scale. I don't really know what it is, maybe something to prove authenticity?

I think this is a well-balanced model in a good size that fits really well on my 7.5" wrist.

There is a lot of Luminova on this one.