Saturday, December 18, 2010
IWC LAUNCHES BIG PILOT’S ROSE GOLD WATCH FOR THE MIDDLE EAST
from IWC Schaffhausen is a genuine eye-catcher. Just 70 watches in stainless steel and 70 watches
in red gold will be produced exclusively for Middle East market.
Distinctly masculine and packed with state-of-the-art technology, it is a watch that’s hard to miss.
Apart from one of the largest automatic movements in the world and a seven-day power reserve,
it also boasts a mechanical perpetual calendar with a four-digit year display and a moon phase
display showing the moon in both hemispheres. Together with the unique nature of its functions, the
feature that distinguishes this Big Pilot’s Watch Perpetual Calendar Limited Edition 2010 from other
timepieces is the ease with which it can be operated.
The Big Pilot’s Watch Perpetual Calendar Limited Edition Middle East 2010 is not only extremely
unusual to look at; it is also limited to 140 pieces and available only in selected IWC retailers.
The characteristic cockpit-style design is accompanied in this case by the delicate displays of the
perpetual calendar that puts this timepiece in a class of its own. It not only shows the time in hours,
minutes and seconds, but also displays the moon as seen in both hemispheres.
Big Pilot’s Watch Perpetual Calendar Limited Edition Middle East, IWC- manufactured, movement with
Pellaton winding system and seven-day power reserve, perpetual calendar, perpetual moon phase
display, double moon phases for the northern and southern hemispheres, four-digit year display, small
hacking seconds, Breguet spring, rotor with engraving and 18-carat yellow gold medallion. Limited to
70 watches in steel and 70 watches in red gold.