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The Pilot’s Watch is one of IWC’s most well-loved tools amongst aviators, but it takes on a more sophisticated twist here with a bronze case.
Limited to 1,883 pieces, the watch replicates the large diameter of Alpina’s early pilot watches.
The 500 watches in this limited release are encased in bronze with a green dial and a manually-wound movement offering eight days of power.
The pair of watches in the Bremont Battle of Britain Collection will include homages to both the Spitfire and the Hurricane fighter planes.
The watch’s domed anti-reflective crystal gives a brilliant view into the metal dial with nickel hands clad in Super-LumiNova coating.
Horologists and history buffs alike can revel in the features of the original 1944 Elapsed Time Model used kept intact by this timepiece.
This watch features a 15-minute and 12-hour chronograph powered by a Breitling B09 calibre hand-wound movement.
The watch offers a whopping 68-hours power reserve thanks to its automatic, self-winding 89361 chronograph movement built in-house by IWC.
Its 37mm case uses a sapphire crystal and is water-resistant at up to 100m with luminescent hands that make it easier to see in the dark.
Finally, a Big Pilot for lefties.