IWC Schaffhausen created the first watch specifically tailored for pilots in 1936. This is the passionate connection between IWC Schaffhausen and the theme of flight. The beginning. This year is the year of the IWC Pilot’s Watch in Schaffhausen. The brand launched the new Pilot’s World Time Zone Chronograph at the 26th Geneva International Haute Horlogerie in 2016, the official model: IW395001.
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The case is made of stainless steel with a diameter of 45 mm and a thickness of 16.5 mm. The case side is brushed with satin finish, with a beveled bezel, a screw-down crown, and a double-sided anti-reflective convex sapphire glass. Stable assembly, can withstand sudden pressure drop without loosening, waterproof to 60 meters.
The black city circle and the dial are paired with a white display to create a sharp contrast and easy to read. The ’12 o’clock’ totalizer makes it easy to read the hour and minute chronograph records, just as easily as the dial time. Chronograph records below 60 seconds are displayed in the center by the chronograph hands. With the integrated flyback function, the running chronograph hands can be returned to zero and a new chronograph can be started immediately.
The polished black rotating bezel displays the names of 24 cities-from London to New York, Tokyo to Dubai, each city name representing an international time zone. Every country with daylight saving time has a small ‘S’ logo on the rotating bezel. ‘UTC’ under ‘London’ shows the current international coordinated time. With a single rotation of the city circle, the wearer can adjust three displays at the same time. World time has long been considered by watch connoisseurs to be one of the most practical functions of pilot watches, and now it is extremely easy to adjust.
Equipped with the new IWC 89760 self-made movement, which can provide 68 hours of power reserve. The bottom of the table is engraved with the pattern of Junkers Ju52 civil airliner.
Featuring a black Santoni calfskin strap, the color theme of the classic pilot watch continues.
The above content is the information related to the 2016 Geneva International Haute Horlogerie Salon prepared by the staff in front of the Watch House. In the future, we will continue to provide more and more intuitive exhibition reports for everyone. attention.
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