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IWC Pilots Chronograph

IWC's Pilot's Watch Chronograph is a classic aviator watch with practical chronograph function. It is characterized by a clearly arranged dial, excellent readability and has been steadily developed since its first appearance in 1994.  More

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In our Watchmaster online shop you will find a variety of certified pre-owned luxury watches, including exciting aviator watches from IWC like the Pilot's Watch Chronograph. If you have decided on your new favorite, we will gladly inform you about the next steps. Simply contact our customer service or inform yourself on our website. The purchase on allows you to buy an IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph at a low price and with high quality. It is possible to pay by credit card, PayPal or via flexible in installments.

IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph - an icon within the aviator watches

The IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph is characterized by a sporty and functional design. The fact that hands and indices are offset with beige luminescent material makes the watch perfectly readable even under poor visibility conditions. The clearly laid out dial is designed in the iconic instrument look. Three sub-dials and the date display make the Pilot's Watch Chronograph a very functional watch. The upper and lower dial are made for additional time measurement, the dial on the 9 o'clock position shows the seconds for continuous control of functionality. This second hand is on models of the current collection always kept red.

Stop- and Addition-time measurements of up to 12 hours are possible on more recent models through the 79320 caliber chronograph movement. This movement is also optimal shielded, by a soft iron inner housing, against magnetic fields. The IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph is even resistant against other forces: It is waterproof up to 6 bar.
Visually, the watch remains true to the classic pilot's watches. The triangle at 12 o'clock, luminescent hands and indices as well as anti-slip crown make its look authentic. With the bracelet you have the choice: Whether leather, stainless steel or high-quality fabric (also known as nato-strap) - the Pilot's Watch Chronograph looks always elegant and sporty at the same time. Many special editions complement the chronograph series. There is the Edition Le Petit Prince with blue dial, the Edition Antoine de Saint-Exupéry with brown dial and the Edition 150 Years with a white dial.
By the way - the purchase of a used IWC Pilot's Chronograph can be priced quite well: Since 1996, the resale value of the popular pilot's watch has increased by 20% compared to the suggested retail price!

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Models and Prices of IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph at a glance

The IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph has been very popular since its presentation in 1994 and appears in ever-changing editions. Aviation watch fans can now choose between a wide range of models. Below is a selection:

  • The Pilot's Watch Chronograph IW388001 comes with a ceramic case with a diameter of 46 mm. The black dial is provided with Arabic numerals. The ceramic bezel and the cloth bracelet are held black. The price of this model is in the range of 8.300 € (2018).

  • The Pilot's Watch Chronograph IW371705 is a model made entirely from stainless steel. The black dial has Arabic numerals and the case size is 42 mm. In good, used condition it costs 3.500 € (2000).

  • The Pilot's Watch Chronograph IW387812 is a particularly rare model with a silver dial with Arabic numerals. The 43mm case is made of stainless steel and the bracelet is made of leather.

  • The IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph IW370603 is a model with 39mm stainless steel case. The black leather strap comes in an elegant crocodile design. The dial is black and provided with Arabic numerals.

The history of the IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph

IWC Schaffhausen - this brand is a synonym for quality and elegance. It brings together lovers of sophisticated watchmaking and is looking back on nearly 150 years of rich history. From robust everyday watches and functional sports watches to the finest and most complex "haute horology" creations, IWC releases exciting models every year.
The first IWC pilot's watch was made in 1936 for civil aviation. In 1949 IWC presented the Mark 11, which was worn from then on by the staff of the Royal Air Force. 40 years later the aviation chronograph continued the tradition: in 1988 the predecessor of the Pilot's Watch Chronograph was launched. Four years later, the house's first double chronograph continued its success story. The unmistakable dial in its instrument-look gained icon status at that time and is up to today seen on all chronograph models of the house.

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Famous IWC wearers

The popular watch brand was able to acquire many superstars as brand ambassadors: Actors like Naomi Harris and Taylor Schilling show up just as much with IWC watches as sports legends like Nico Rosberg, Jan Frodeno and Lewis Hamilton. Even supermodels like Karolina Kurkova or Adriana Lima are avowed IWC fans. Recently, the company has been able to win over a new brand ambassador: Film star Bradley Cooper has shown himself with various models of the luxury brand since January 2018.
The noble watches have even made it to the big screen. For example, Ryan Gosling wears in the thriller "Fracture", featuring Anthony Hopkins, a Portuguese Chronograph with golden numerals and a black strap. Harrison Ford fights against time in "Firewall": He tries to save his kidnapped family with a Mark XV on the wrist.

More exciting IWC series

  • The IWC Portuguese Chronograph is the most coveted model in the Portuguese family, featuring a precision scale and recessed totalisers.

  • The IWC Big Pilot's Watch is characterized by its large, hand wound crown. It is based entirely on its historical predecessors: luminous hands and numerals. The iconic triangle at 12 o'clock were typical for the first pilot's watches.

  • With the Da Vinci IWC tied to the inventiveness of the well known artist and established elements of his work in the design of the watch. Above all, the round shapes are considered iconic.

  • The IWC Aquatimer is the diver's watch of the house: Green and blue luminescent layers allow a great readability even in the depths of the sea. In addition, the convenient IWC quick-change system makes it easy to change between stainless steel and rubber strap!

  • The IWC Porsche Design was born out of the unique cooperation of the brand with the car manufacturer and embodies what they have in common: technical innovation and elegant design.

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