IWC Icons Honored at 2012 Temporis Awards

Legendary IWC Watchmaker Kurt Klaus and IWC’s Big Pilot Perpetual Calendar Top Gun celebrated at the Awards Gala organized by Temporis Magazine

Date — 24 May, 2012

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IWC is proud to have been celebrated at this year’s First Annual Temporis Awards, organized by Temporis magazine, and held in Bucharest, Romania.

IWC’s Big Pilot’s Watch Perpetual Calendar Top Gun, won top honors at Temporis Awards 2012, organized by Temporis Magazine. It was selected as Watch of the Year by an international Jury, among whom are renowned journalist Nick Foulkes, and Kari Voutilainen, one of the world’s leading independent watchmakers, from amongst 37 watch brand nominees.

Additionally, Kurt Klaus, IWC legendary master Watchmaker and inventor of the Perpetual Calendar, has been named to the “TEMPORIS Hall of Fame”, as one of the year’s top three world-class watch manufacturers.

IWC congratulates its icons on these stellar wins.

—Big Pilot's Watch Perpetual Calendar Top Gun
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