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PILOT’S WATCH CHRONOGRAPH EDITION ANTOINE DE SAINT EXUPÉRY
One of the most complex pilot's watches ever built. The IWC-manufactured movement with its 7-day power reserve drives a whole range of watchmaking complications. These include a perpetual calendar with four-digit year display together with date, day and month displays as well as a moon phase display. All the displays are easily adjusted via the crown.
High technology meets Haute Horlogerie: the Big Pilot’s Watch Perpetual Calendar TOP GUN
The perpetual calendar takes all the leap years in the Gregorian calendar until the year 2100 in its stride
The Top Gun insignia on the back of the watch is a sign of the watch’s aspirations to be best of breed
High technology meets Haute Horlogerie: the Big Pilot’s Watch Perpetual Calendar TOP GUN comes with a wealth of features that will send the adrenaline levels of watch lovers soaring. They include the IWC-manufactured 51614-calibre movement with high-performance Pellaton winding system that builds up a 7-day power reserve. This efficient movement drives multiple watchmaking complications. Apart from displays for the date, day and month, the perpetual calendar has a four-digit year display that takes into account all the leap years in the Gregorian calendar until the year 2100. All these displays can be easily adjusted with the crown and advance automatically. The moon phase display represents the position of the moon in the northern and southern hemispheres. The Big Pilot’s Watch Perpetual Calendar TOP GUN combines the classic instrument look with the sport-inspired design of the TOP GUN line. The ceramic case and titanium crown are further indications of IWC Schaffhausen’s innovative technology and a reminder that it discovered these materials for use in its products. This timepiece is one of the most complex pilot’s watches ever built.
*IWC Schaffhausen is not the owner of the Glucydur® trademark.
Analogue date displays with hands have a long tradition in IWC watches featuring perpetual calendars. In the case of the Portuguese Perpetual Calendar, for instance, the date, day and month are to be found on three subdials and, thanks to the clear layout, are extremely easy to read.
The classic moon phase display with discs is usually found at “12 o’clock”. The Ingenieur Constant-Force Tourbillon is one exception and displays the double moon at approximately “1 o’clock”. The moon phase display used in the Portuguese Grande Complication is astonishingly accurate and deviates by just 0.002 per cent, or 1 day, in 122 years. The Portuguese Perpetual Calendar is even more precise. Larger moon phase wheels with a higher number of teeth reduce the deviation so drastically that a future inheritor of the watch would theoretically need to take it to a watchmaker to have the moon phase display adjusted by only 1 day in 577.5 years.
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