Big Pilot's Watch
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Pilot's Watch Mark XVIII
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The midnight blue dial and the brown Santoni calfskin strap make the timepiece an unusual eye-catcher.
The historically accurate figure "9" returns to its original place, as does the arrowhead index at "12 o'clock".
Engraved on the back of the case is the little prince with his coat and sword, just the way Saint-Exupéry drew him back in the 1940s.
The timepiece with the black or silver-plated dial is now available with a matching black-and-grey or brown-and-grey optional textile strap
For three years now, IWC has returned to the theme of Saint-Exupéry’s little prince with special editions. In 2016, there will be four Pilot’s Watches featuring the typical midnight blue dial and brown calfskin strap with beige-coloured ornamental seams. A soft-iron inner case provides the stainless-steel outer cases with optimum protection against the external effects of magnetic fields. All the Pilot’s Watches, apart from the Double Chronograph launched in 2015, have an engraving on the back showing the little prince with his coat and sword. The 46-millimetre Big Pilot’s Watch Edition “Le Petit Prince” has an IWC-manufactured 51111-calibre movement that supplies an impressive 7-day power reserve. The Pilot’s Watch Double Chronograph Edition “Le Petit Prince”, which was launched in 2015, has a captivatingly innovative day display in the shape of a star. Every day, one of the seven stars on the inner circle of the dial is illuminated in gold to symbolize the visit of the little prince to another planet. The same stars are engraved as a decorative feature on the case back and reveal the name of the inhabitant with whom the little prince is currently staying. The Pilot’s Watch Mark XVIII Edition “Le Petit Prince” is powered by the 30110-calibre automatic movement and, in terms of precision, fully meets the requirements of a professional pilot’s watch.
In both form and function, the Pilot’s Watch Mark XVIII Edition “Le Petit Prince” closely adheres to the ideal of the classic Pilot’s Watches. Like cockpit instrumentation, the clearly arranged dial is reduced to the essentials because legibility is the top priority. The watch, which is water-resistant to 6 bar, is powered by an automatic 30110-calibre movement and has a 42-hour power reserve.
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