Watch International Magazine

New Top Gun Edition Out now

Date — 5 March, 2012

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IWC continues to celebrate our Year of the High Flyers with the exciting new Top Gun Edition of Watch International Magazine.

With a strong nod to the courage of Top Gun pilots, a full look behind the scenes of IWC at SIHH 2012, and more than 16 pages of Watch Novelties—this issue is as thrilling as its subject.

With this issue, we also ask those of you who are Watch International Magazine to take five minutes and help us by completing our brief survey—aimed at making the magazine even better. We would be grateful for your feedback, and by participating, you have the chance to win an exclusive IWC Top Gun On-Boarding travel bag.

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