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Came across this site... could be useful to you, too.

https://everytimezone.com/
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Came across this site... could be useful to you, too.

https://everytimezone.com/



Because I frequently have to call other parts of the world, along with constant calls all over the country, I have a bunch of time zone clocks on my desktop.

Years ago, I called a customer at 10am EST, not realizing he was in Hawaii and it was 4am there. I apologized profusely, and he was very pleasant about it. He said it happens all the time. LOL

Also had to call customer in Kyoto, New South Wales, and India. At this point, I actually have many of them in my head.

Kathleen
Welcome the international life
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But that site does NOT have EVERY time zone.

Check the map at https://www.timeanddate.com/time/map/ . You may notice that a number of countries in southern Asia, plus parts of Australia, have stripes. If you point your mouse at some of the red dots, you'll find that these stripes represent areas that are integer-point-five hours off from their neighbors.

And "Daylight Savings Time" can make a mess of things too. In Australia's state of Queensland (the northeast corner of the continent) it's currently 1:28 PM. The next time zone to the west should report earlier times, and in fact the Northern Territory (the northern part of the central stripe) says it's 12:58 PM, half an hour earlier - but South Australia (due south of the Northern Territory) says it's 1:58, half an hour later than in Queensland.
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