Growing from relative obscurity, Ming have become one of the most talked-about and sought-after independent watchmakers in the market thanks to their minimal supply, design cohesiveness and unparalleled value for money. Released in 2019 as their most complicated timepiece, the 19.02 Worldtimer grew Ming's offering into the higher echelon of Swiss watchmaking, given the Worldtimer's revered position within the spectrum of high complications. Featuring Ming's signature gradient sapphire dial in black, with a masked section for a titanium 24-hour disk that rotates under the dial to display time across the marked timezones which come written in their airport codes, the 19.02's eponymous complication is somewhat muted and worked into the design rather beautifully. One of the very few world time watches that names Kuala Lumpur on the dial, the Ming 19.02 is a wonderful celebration of Ming's heritage and serves as an excellent marker for their success by establishing their intent to venture into increasingly complicated timepieces that push their own boundaries and punch above their weight class in a rather impressive fashion.
Case/Bracelet: The watch is in excellent condition with only a small mark on the upper right lug.
Dial: The dial is in perfect condition.
Movement: The movement is running smoothly.