IWC presents a Big Pilot's Watch with the crown on the left side of the case. This is the first time the Schaffhausen brand has designed a watch for the right wrist.
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IWC Schaffhausen and the Boultbee Flight Academy have celebrated the official start of the “Silver Spitfire – The Longest Flight” expedition in Goodwood.
The Air Command chronograph belongs to that small circle of rare watches whose legend takes root in the mystery surrounding their creation. Blancpain is reissuing this legend as a 500-piece limited edition with vintage appeal.
Breitling debuts the Navitimer 1 Airline Editions, its first capsule collection in honour of the world's greatest airlines. First off the ground is Swissair, followed by Pan Am then TWA.
IWC Schaffhausen comes to SIHH 2019 with a new Spitfire line, in honour of the engineers behind the legendary British fighter plane. All the Spitfire watches are equipped with IWC in-house movements, including this Big Pilot's Watch Perpetual Calendar.
IWC, which this year celebrates 80 years since its first pilot's watch, has chosen Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie to present a range of new-generation pilot's watches.
You may have forgotten your toothbrush (hopefully not your passport!), but you won't have gone anywhere this summer without your favourite timepiece clasped to your wrist - and another one in your suitcase, if you’re lucky!
Tool watches have long been the companion of military personnel, divers, pilots and explorers, and at one time were even vital to their job. In this series, we interview professionals and discuss the role their timepiece plays in their life.
We thought they had gone out of style, dropped off the radar, been run out of town by the arbiters of classicism and good taste. But not so fast... not only are super-sized watches alive and well, they are actually gaining ground, much to the delight of a fanbase who expect their timepiece to be jumbo.