I tried searching and couldn't find an answer to this on this forum or in online reviews: does anyone know whether the new Heuer Calibre 02 GMT movement (from the 45 mm Carrera GMT chronograph, https://www.calibre11.com/review-tag-heuer-carrera-02-gmt-chronograph/) has an independently adjustable local hour hand or an independently adjustable 24-hour hand? In other words, is it more like a Rolex GMT Master II or more like an ETA 2893? Watchbase suggests it may be the 24-hour hand, like the ETA movement (https://watchbase.com/tag-heuer/caliber/calibre-heuer-02-gmt), but I saw on another forum that this movement was described as a "true" GMT that has an adjustable local hour hand. Also, bonus points if anyone knows the thickness of the movement with the added GMT complication vs. without it. It looks like the Carrera GMT chronograph is quite a beast of a watch at 45 mm and images of it make it look quite thick in the case. Thanks all!