Pilot’s Watch Chronograph TOP GUN Edition “Woodland”
The Pilot’s Watch Chronograph TOP GUN Edition “Woodland” is the first IWC watch featuring a case in newly engineered, dark green ceramic.Enquire now
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Sophisticated engineering, most exquisite materials and iconic design; our six collections represent more than 150 years of watchmaking expertise.
Every material has specific properties and offers certain advantages. The search for a material that meets the functional and aesthetic demands of a watch is a central component in IWC’s approach to engineering. In the course of its history, the company has acquired expertise that is unique in the processing of case materials.
When a material needs to combine toughness with resilience, but still needs to be light, titanium is the best choice. The metal is enormously rugged and weighs about a third less than steel. Because of its skin-friendliness and anti-allergic properties, it is also used, among other things, for medical implants. All these properties virtually predestine titanium for use in watch cases.
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