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PILOT’S WATCH CHRONOGRAPH EDITION ANTOINE DE SAINT EXUPÉRY
Chronograph with flyback function. The IWC-manufactured 89365 calibre is protected against magnetism by a soft-iron inner case. The dial references classic cockpit-style design all the way through to the altimeter-like date display. The central hand shows recorded times in seconds, while the hand in the subdial at "12 o’clock" shows the number of elapsed minutes.
The dial references cockpit-style design all the way through to the altimeter-like date display
The new Pilot's Watch Chronograph TOP GUN is equipped with the IWC-manufactured 89365 calibre
The Top Gun insignia on the back of the watch represents perfection down to the very last detail
A chronograph with split-second accuracy is an indispensable item in any pilot’s watch collection. As only fitting, the movement that powers the Pilot’s Watch Chronograph TOP GUN was developed in-house. Following further development, the calibre-89365 chronograph movement now also features a 68-hour power reserve. A soft-iron inner case protects the precision movement against magnetism. The dial is in the classic cockpit-style design, all the way down to the date display, which closely resembles an altimeter. Luminescent white hands and displays guarantee outstanding legibility, even when visibility is poor. The centralized stopwatch hand, whose signal red counterpoise is of the silhouette of a jet, shows recorded times in seconds, while the small white hand in the subdial at “12 o’clock” shows the number of elapsed minutes. Thanks to the integrated flyback function, depressing the reset button returns the running stopwatch hand to zero and immediately starts recording another period of time. The small red seconds hand rotating at “6 o’clock” is an indication that the watch is running normally. It can be stopped as and when necessary for synchronization purposes. The 46-millimetre ceramic case is water-resistant to 6 bar and makes the watch particularly light.
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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