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Where can I find a high-quality, printer-friendly map of U.S. time zones?

Asked by mirifique (1537points) September 22nd, 2010

Cannot seem to find easily on Google… help!

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poisonedantidote's avatar

what do you mean with “printer-friendly” ?

CyanoticWasp's avatar

Here’s the first one I’ve seen that seems to be broken down county-by-county, which is helpful for the states that have intra-state zone breaks.

http://0.tqn.com/d/geography/1/0/e/B/timezones1.jpg

CyanoticWasp's avatar

This one, however, though it’s not a map, is my absolute favorite time comparer for the entire world. The slider at the top makes it ideal: slide to find “the time there” and “what time is it here”, or “the time here”, and “what time is it there”, or even “what time is it at other points in the world when it is x somewhere else”.

It takes some getting used to, but it’s great.

http://everytimezone.com/

poisonedantidote's avatar

Here is a link to the best looking one I can find.

If by printer-friendly you mean “does not use much ink” I have downloaded it and converted it to black and white, it can be found here (not that you can see the time zones too well in black and white)

mirifique's avatar

I just mean one that isn’t 3×5” and actually looks good on a printer.

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