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Pilot’s Watch Spitfire Chronograph Edition “Tribeca Film Festival 2014”

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To underscore its ongoing commitment as the Official ‘Festival-Time’ Partner of the Tribeca Film Festival®, the Swiss luxury watch manufacturer IWC Schaffhausen is launching the Pilot’s Watch Spitfire Chronograph Edition “Tribeca Film Festival 2014”. The timepiece is an exceptional tribute to the renowned New York based festival, to be produced in a limited number of 100 and exclusively available for purchase in IWC boutiques within the US.

Highlights

  • Limited edition of 100 watches
  • Mechanical chronograph movement
  • 68 Hour Power Reserve
  • Date display
  • Diameter 43mm

Price: $11,600

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A Star Worthy Special Edition

The Pilot’s Watch Spitfire – first introduced in 2003 and named after the legendary single propeller aircraft of the same name – is a masterpiece of technology, timeless elegance, and an emblem of valor and strength. Equipped with the IWC-manufactured 89365 caliber, the self-winding chronograph features a stopwatch function with minutes and seconds as well as a flyback function. The Pilot’s Watch Spitfire Chronograph Edition “Tribeca Film Festival 2014” is an especially modern classic and a stylish tribute piece with rich Bordeaux subdials contrasting luxuriously against the slate-colored dial. A unique engraving on the stainless-steel case back commemorates the Tribeca Film Festival. The 100-piece limited edition will be exclusively available at IWC boutiques in the US.

Variations

Details

  • Reference IW387810
  • Case Material stainless steel
  • Bracelet/Strap black alligator leather strap
  • Dial Colour slate-coloured
  • Jewels 35
  • Calibre 89365
  • Price $11,600
  • Mechanical chronograph movement
  • Self-winding
  • Date display
  • Stopwatch function with minutes and seconds
  • Flyback function
  • Small hacking seconds
  • Screw-in crown
  • Glass secured against displacement by drop in air pressure
  • Special case back bearing the logo of the Tribeca Film Festival with the engraving “One out of 100”
  • Available exclusively at IWC boutiques in the US

Watch Viewer

  • IW387810 Watch Front
  • IW387810 Watch Back

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The 89000-Calibre Family

Designed and manufactured completely by IWC in Schaffhausen, the 89360-calibre chronograph movement and its successor, the 89361, feature a significantly improved self-winding system and set new watchmaking standards. The design, which occupied an IWC development team for a full 4 years, was necessitated by a revolutionary chronograph display that enables the user to read off even relatively long periods of stopped times – 8 hours and 52 minutes, for example – at a glance: a circular totalizer combines the hour and minute hands as if they were a watch-within-a-watch. In 2012, it was joined by the newly developed 89365 chronograph movement including a stopwatch function with minutes and seconds as well as a flyback function. After further development, the IWC-manufactured movement was known as the 89800 calibre and used for the big digital date and month displays in References 3761 and 3791. The new Ingenieur Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month comes equipped with a further development on the theme, the 89802 calibre.

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