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IWC explained in 3 minutes. The International Watch Company, better known as IWC, was founded by American-born Florentine Ariosto Jones. The business was ambitious, an American traveling to Switzerland to establish his own factory, but the gamble paid off for a time. Jones set out to marry US production technologies with Swiss craftsmanship and began manufacturing watches from the German-speaking Schaffhausen. 1885 marked the release of IWC’s Pallweber pocket watches, an innovative approach to telling time using a digital display for hours and minutes. High tariffs when attempting to enter the American market provide too costly to absorb, though, and the company changed hands several times in the coming decades. 🚀 What is your favorite IWC model? Comment down below! 🥰Don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE to our channel here: 🤍 ✅You can find the all IWC references here: 🤍 ❓You can find all other Short on Time episodes here: 🤍 Music: 🤍epidemicsound.com Chrono24 Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 iPhone App: 🤍 Android App: 🤍 Want to learn more? Sign up for our newsletter here: 🤍 #IWC #IWCexplained #LewisHamilton
Best Pilot’s Watches Complete Guide On TeddyBaldassarre.com: 🤍 Shop Watches: 🤍 Written Content: 🤍 In this video, I take a look at the IWC Big Piliot’s 43, a watch that brings the iconic aviation design language from the original Big Pilot’s and distills it into a much more wearable package. What do you guys think of this watch? Instagram: 🤍 Top Articles On TeddyBaldassarre.com: 50 Luxury Watch Brands You Should Know: 🤍 10 Affordable Watch Brands And Their Best Watches: 🤍 Best Watches Under $5,000 Complete Guide: 🤍 0:00 - Intro & Organization 1:23 - 1. Aviation Heritage 4:22 - 2. More Wearable Than Ever 6:39 - 3. In-House Caliber 82100 8:14 4. To Buy Or Not To Buy
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Read more: 🤍 Join the club: 🤍 Shop: 🤍 Whether or not you are a seasoned collector, every collection needs a staple watch. A watch that excels in its simplicity, its versatility and reliability providing a rock-solid foundation within your collection. For many, the watch of choice to fill that role has been an IWC Mark. Robust, legible and handsome with its military and aviation charm, it is a trusted timekeeper that never fails to look good within the context of a wardrobe. Nevertheless, the watch was long overdue for a bit of an upgrade. With power reserves rising, along with the usage of manufacture calibres at lower price points, the Mark XVIII was losing its competitive edge. So, when IWC unveiled the new IWC Mark XX people were eager to scroll to the technical specifications. Sure, the watch, for the most part, looks like its predecessor. Under the hood though, along with some subtle dial revisions only the trained eye would see, the upgraded Mark XX was justified in skipping a number from XVIII to XX. And now, there is even more to explore... The uninitiated will not particularly notice the changes from the Mark XVIII case to the Mark XX case. But we watch nerds will definitely catch the differences. The stainless-steel case has upgraded its screw-down crown secured depth rating to nearly twice as much, jumping from 60m to 100m. With the raised water-resistance, you may have assumed the case would be thicker - but, if you did, you assumed wrong. In fact, the 40mm case is a hair thinner at 10.8mm instead of 11mm. The case is also not only a touch thinner, but a touch more compact as well. The IWC Mark XX is more wrist-friendly than the Mark XVIII, with a shortened lug-to-lug of 49.2mm - a drop down from 51mm. For the IWC Mark XX, IWC also made subtle adjustments to its iconic dial. With a new IWC manufactured calibre taking the place of the preceding Sellita-based calibre, the date window has a better positioning - perfectly standing between the second and fourth hour arabics rather than awkwardly sticking out. Also, in regard to the date, normally collectors prefer a disc that blends into the dial. But IWC recognised that for legibility it would be better to have a contrasting black on white disc, rather than the previous white on black. And, in this instance, it actually works better, as it continues the radial layout of white on the matte black backdrop the hour arabics provide. Joining the matte black dial and sunburst blue dial is a new sunburst green dial for the Mark XX. The sunburst finish elevates the elegance factor a tad, dressing up a more traditionally utility-driven timepiece. The indices at 3', 6' , and 9' have also been slightly elongated, providing a pseudo sector-like balance the dial did not have previously. These are things only dial purists would catch, but they are welcome changes nonetheless. The remainder is what we already know and love: a legible dial with printed hour Arabics, indices, and outer minutes track, along with a broad central hours and minutes handset, that like the hour indices, are coated with SuperLuminova® When the watch was quietly announced in July, it was unveiled on a EasX-CHANGE leather strap that can be quickly detached in favour of another IWC EasX-CHANGE strap. But many wondered where is a bracelet? Well, as you can see a bracelet has arrived for the IWC Mark XX, allowing you to quickly swap between leather, rubber, MiraTex, textile straps, or steel bracelet at your heart's content. The bracelet takes on the signature five-piece link format you are likely already familiar with from IWC, richly brushed with the narrower intermediary links and bevelled shoulders mirror polished. The range of options that IWC provides also ensures you can make the most of the Mark XX, giving its classic pilot aesthetic on leather or utilising metal, textile, or rubber options to take full advantage of its heightened depth rating. The most pertinent upgrade for gearheads is the IWC Mark XX's pivot to an IWC manufactured calibre. The Mark XVIII utilised the Sellita-based IWC 35111. While a workhorse calibre designed to IWC's specs, its sub two days 42 hours of power reserve left a little bit to be desired in a modern marketplace saturated with weekend-proof movements. Well, how does 120 hours sound? With nearly three times the power reserve, the IWC manufactured calibre 32111 affords IWC Mark XX owners five full days of power reserve. While you cannot see it beneath an engraved caseback, the automatic and hacking-seconds IWC manufactured calibre is decorated with Côtes de Genève and perlage befitting of a Swiss movement. The IWC Mark XX is available to purchase now via IWC boutiques and their e-commerce platform, along with authorized dealers. Price: Starting at $5,250 USD INSTAGRAM 🤍timetidewatches FACEBOOK 🤍
Contact Team Mosso for pricing and availability. Email: tmosso🤍thewatchbox.com Phone: (484) 560-6284 Shop this watch: 🤍 Shop all IWC watches: 🤍 SKU: 4539789 The IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph IW3777-24 is encased in 43mm of stainless steel surrounding a black dial on a stainless steel bracelet. Features of this IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph include hours, minutes, small seconds, day, date, and chronograph. This IWC watch also measures 15.3mm in thickness and 52.8mm from lug-to-lug. For complete details, watch the full IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph review. Please subscribe to our channel: 🤍 Visit thewatchbox.com for new arrivals, updated daily.
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I’ve really struggled to like any IWC watches over the years. They were always too big for my wrist and the designs I found too plain to keep me engaged. But when the Spitfire auto was released a couple years ago, it started to grow on me, and once I finally got my hands on one, I think I’ve finally found the military inspired watch to add to my collection.
Visit our website: 🤍 Check out our watch straps: 🤍 Hi Guys, IWC was kind enough to trust me with one of their Pilot's watches, the IWC Mark XVIII. This is a week on the wrist with the IWC Mark 18. It's a large watch at 40mm, but I don't think it wears too large. Let me know what you think of this Pilot's watch by IWC, the Mark XVIII. INSTAGRAM 🤍barkandjack GEAR Camera (video) - Panasonic G80 - 🤍 Camera (stills) - Fujifilm X100F - 🤍 Lens - Panasonic 25mm f1.7 - 🤍 Microphone - Rode SmartLav+ - 🤍 Tripod - Manfrotto Compact - 🤍 Tags: #IWC #Pilotswatch #BarkAndJack Hands on with IWC mark XVIII, IWC Mark 18 reivew, IWC reivew, history of IWC Mark 18, IWC Mark watch, Rolex Explorer alternative, best rolex alternative, best aqua terra alternative, are IWC woth the money?, do IWC make good watches?, what movement is in the IWC Mark 18, new IWC watch, baselworld, IWC Mark vs Rolex Explorer, best aviation watch, best pilots watch, best iwc pilots watch,
Here I cover whether or not I believe IWC watches are worth it. Since I am wearing my personal IWC watch in this video, you might be able to guess. The quick answer is that it really depends. Everyone has their own personal opinions about which watches that they like. While IWC does make a good watch, they may not be perhaps for everyone. With this brand, and most brands, I always recommend to buy preowned if possible, or if you must purchase new from AD, negotiate a good discount. They certainly are available from most brands. Thanks for all the support! -John P CHECK OUT 🤍 Check out Delray Watch Supply on Instagram: 🤍 Check out Delray Watch Supply on Facebook: 🤍 #watches #iwc
It has been on my list to do a review of one of these watches for a while, and the day is finally here. The Portugieser chronograph is one of those first watches that come to mind for me when thinking of IWC. The watch has an interesting history and truly has become a modern classic. Buy this watch: 🤍 Bob's Watches & Teddy Baldassarre Shop: 🤍 Join our Facebook group to assist in future videos: 🤍 Follow me on Instagram: 🤍 WATCH GIVEAWAY FORM: 🤍
This video is sponsored by eBay. Click link HERE to learn more about eBay watches and Authenticity Guarantee: 🤍 Meet the newest member of my watch collection the IWC Spitfire Automatic. Why did I buy this watch and how does it compare to the IWC Mark XVIII? All will be revealed. Enjoy! Shop essential menswear: 🤍 Join the community as an insider: 🤍 Browse the essential men’s style library: 🤍 NEW VIEWER? START HERE 🤍 WHO AM I? GET TO KNOW ME BETTER: 5 Things I Regret Buying The Most 🤍 Reacting To Your Assumptions About Me 🤍 5 Things I Wish I Knew In My 20s 🤍 CONNECT WITH ME Website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 For business inquiries and to work with Brian Sacawa or He Spoke Style, please email stephanie🤍estatefive.vip Contains affiliate links // Stay tailored! #iwcwatches #iwcpilot #watchcollector #eBayPartner 0:00 - Unboxing 0:27 - Introduction 0:46 - Why did I buy this watch? 2:44 - IWC Spitfire vs Mark XVIII 3:40 - Where did I buy it? 5:31 - Hands On Review: History & Inspiration 6:28 - Case 7:24 - Movement 7:39 - Dial 8:26 - Let's talk fauxtina... 9:06 - Style, Wearability & Price
One of the most popular videos we ever did here on HODINKEE was Talking Watches With John Mayer. It was, in actuality, supposed to be a one-off – a look at a well known watch lover's favorite pieces. That video aired all the way back in October of 2013, and to be totally frank, we were just winging it – two guys talking about a few watches with Will there to film it. Now, 22 episodes later, it's safe to say Talking Watches is one of our benchmark editorial products; and so we thought it might be kinda fun to bring back our original guest – Mr. John Mayer – to pick up the conversation and focus on just one of his many horological passions – IWC. For the full story, go to 🤍
After doing the dance with a few models over the years, I pulled the trigger on the Pilot Chronograph 41. It is a special watch, and in my opinion an improvement over the older 43mm LePetit Prince. The details are sharp, the fit and finish is excellent, the movement is solid, and the bracelet is among the best on the market. It makes me want to get other IWC. Please let me know if there is something specific you would like covered during the detailed review. Thank you Matt at the Watch Exchange Company for a very smooth transaction. I would definitely like to do business with you again! 🤍 info🤍watchexchangecompany.com (207) 209-4000 IG🤍 watchexchangecompany 0:00 - 0:52 Introduction 0:52 - 3:21 What stands out 3:21 - 5:24 Improvements over the last gen 5:24 - 8:06 Comparison to the Tudor 8:06 - 8:44 Unboxing Outro
The Studio 1 IWC Collab is our first joint project with the luxury Swiss watch manufacturer IWC Schaffhausen and our first luminescent ski design. Limited to 55 pairs, the performance-oriented skis feature “LAKE TAHOE” and “IWC” glow in the dark lettering on the white topsheet that matches the pairing watch. Discover the skis: 🤍 ©The Faction Collective 2022 Please only use and share this embed code of the official video. Third party downloads and distribution is not permitted.
Read more: 🤍 Join the club: 🤍 Shop: 🤍 The IWC Portugieser is a staple in the Schaffhausen watchmaker's collection, with its signature Arabics, feuille hands and railroad minute track designs originating in 1939, before its reinvention in the early '90s. Andrew went hands-on with two of its latest iterations - the Portugieser Automatic 40 and Perpetual Calendar 42. Both of these represent their suave features in smaller, more wearable diameters, when compared to the remainder of the Portugieser collection, rendered in a rich, green sunburst. The IWC Portugieser Automatic 40 is available now from IWC. Price: $11,100 AUD The IWC Portugieser Perpetual Calendar 42 is available now from IWC. Price: A$35,300. MB01KBHDGDYOTJQ INSTAGRAM 🤍timetidewatches FACEBOOK 🤍
Today we're looking at the IWC Mark 20 (XX) and comparing it with the outgoing Pilot's Watch Mark 18 (XVIII) Contact Carat & Co. for purchasing! 🤍 Thanks so much for watching! Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 00:00 Introduction 00:27 1 - Case Dimensions 00:52 2 - Larger Crown Size 01:16 3 - Water Resistance! 01:49 4 - Date Window 02:21 5 - No more Le Petit Prince 02:47 6 - Dial Details 03:29 7 - Tipped Seconds Hand 03:47 8 - Strap Update 04:18 9 - NEW Movement 120 Hours 04:57 10 - Price Change 05:23 Final Thoughts
Visit our website: 🤍 Check out our watch straps: 🤍 I spent about half a day at the IWC boutique on Bond Street in London and they let me get hands-on with a whole load of their watches: Pilots, GMT, Perpetual Calendar. The one that stood out the most was from their Spitfire range, the IWC Pilot's Watch Automatic Spitfire. It's a great too watch in a true sense of the definition. It also has an in-house movement separating it from the normal IWC Mark XVIII that IWC offer in its pilot watch line up. IWC Pilot's Watch Automatic Spitfire Specs: CASE Dimensions: Stainless steel case Diameter 39.0 mm Height 10.8 mm Screw in crown Water resistance 6 bar MOVEMENT: 32110 Calibre IWC-manufactured movement Automatic, self-winding 72 hours Power Reserve Frequency 28800.0 vph (4.0 hz) 164 Components 21 Jewels INSTAGRAM 🤍barkandjack GEAR Camera (video) - Panasonic G80 - 🤍 Camera (stills) - Fujifilm X100F - 🤍 Lens - Panasonic 25mm f1.7 - 🤍 Microphone - Rode SmartLav+ - 🤍 Tripod - Manfrotto Compact - 🤍 #IWC #Watches #BarkAndJack are IWC watches good?, IWC vs Rolex, IWC watch review, Hands on with iwc, IWC Pilots watch, Spitfire vs Mark XVIII, Spitfire vs Mark 18, Compare IWC Mark 18, Compare IWC Spitfire Pilots watch, Comparison mark XVIII, best pilots watch, SINN vs IWC, Stowa vs IWC, best watch for under £5000, best watch under $5000, best entry level luxury watch, Swiss made watch, Hodinkee, time and tide, tgv, a blog to watch,
🤍IWC Watches #iwcwatches #iwcportugieser #monochromewatches - Green is everywhere. Green is the new blue, which was the new black… and this is how trends come and go. And so, green was not to be left apart from the classics of IWC… today we take a closer look at the green IWC Portugieser Automatic 40 and Perpetual Calendar 42. Green is the main trend of the past couple of years. Or maybe it’s more than just a trend, and this colour is now becoming a classic. Can we blame the industry…? Well, when done right, green can be cool. IWC is no stranger to the colour green, pushing the concept as far as possible with a full-green watch, case and strap included, with the Woodland Pilot’s watch. But today, it’s about classic design, about elegant watches, and about green dials added to two of the most discreet Portugieser watches, the entry-level automatic and the most compact of the perpetual calendars. 2022, all rights reserved to MONOCHROME Watches For more about horology, check 🤍 for reviews, news, collector's insights, and more.
A Discussion around the Extremely Under-the-Radar Release of the IWC Mark XX. Nobody has been talking about this watch but it is arguably one of the best Releases from the brand of 2022 for many good reasons. New Manufacture Caliber boasting 120 hour Power Reserve, an updated dial with cues from the MKXV, an improved lug length and thinner case. With simple watches, the small details make the big differences. #iwc #iwcpilot #iwcmarkxx Intro 0:00 On The Wrist 1:23 Mark XI 1:56 IWC's Modern Identity 2:47 Mark XV 3:28 Mark XVIII 4:03 Mark XX 4:48 Conclusion 6:41 All Images are Sourced from either Press Release Photos or Public Listings. Below are a list of the common sources that are used in no particular order: Bob’s Watches | Revolution Watch | HQ Milton | Hodinkee | Monochrome Watches | Jomashop | Analog Shift | Bulang and Sons | Robb Report | Watchfinder | WatchBox | Phillips Watches | Christies | Timekeepers Club | Fratello Watches | Bexsonn | Worn and Wound | A Collected Man | Oracle Time | Time + Tide Watches IDGuy Store: 🤍 Support the Channel: 🤍 Follow me on Instagram: 🤍 Contact me: enquire.idguy🤍gmail.com
🤍IWC Watches #pilotswatch #IWCPilotsWatchChronograph41 #monochromewatches IWC Schaffhausen has just launched its new Pilot’s Watch Chronograph 41 at the Watches & Wonders and we already have it reviewed it. The new model features a stainless steel case in a compact size of 41mm and is available with a blue or green dial. It is now powered by the IWC-manufactured 69385 calibre, which is visible through a sapphire caseback. Finally, it features a new quick-change system and a choice of straps made of calfskin or rubber, or even a stainless steel bracelet. Take a look at our review of the new New IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph 41 ref. IW3881. - 2021, all right reserved to MONOCHROME For more about horology, check 🤍 for reviews, news, collector's insights, and more.
Read more: 🤍 Join the club: 🤍 Shop: 🤍 IWC's longstanding fascination with aviation is well established, with the releases from this year's Watches and Wonders continuing this high-flying heritage. Of the five new additions to the Pilot's collection, our focus today falls on the Top Gun co-branded pieces - the IWC Big Pilot's Watch 43 Top Gun and IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph 41 Top Gun Ceratanium. To learn more about the connection between IWC and Top Gun, check out our overview below. IWC Big Pilot's Watch 43 Top Gun Starting off with the Top Gun flavour of the recently resized Big Pilot's Watch 43. With a black ceramic case offset by silver crown and a Top Gun-engraved caseback in titanium, the Top Gun BP43 is an exercise in restraint and material mastery. The IWC Jet Black colour featured on the watch is a result of IWC's partnership with Pantone. With a diameter of 43.8mm and a thickness of 13.9mm, it still has considerable wrist presence, though the visual bulk is mitigated with the extensive usage of black. The highly legible type-A flieger dial carries the only colour accent on the watch in the form of the bold, red TOP GUN below the pinion. The 100-metre water resistance paired with the screw-down onion crown make this a great all-rounder, especially considering the weekend-proof 60-hour power reserve from the 82100 IWC manufacture calibre. With a soft iron inner case for protection against magnetisation and a pressurised internal chamber preventing the sapphire crystal from popping off, the BP43 Top Gun is sure to continue the success the smaller Big Pilot enjoyed thus far. IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph 41 Top Gun Ceratanium Combining the lightness of titanium and the scratch-proof nature of ceramic is IWC's Ceratanium. Rendered here into the shape of a Pilot's Watch Chronograph 41 Top Gun, it doesn't quite match the jet black aesthetic of the BP43, opting for a matte anthracite colour. Once again, collaborating with Pantone, IWC is simply calling this colour - IWC Ceratanium. The case, crown and chrono pushers all get the Ceratanium treatment, while the caseback offers a look into the IWC 69385 calibre. At 41mm in diameter and 14.5mm in thickness, it shrinks one way and grows the other when comparing to the Big Pilot. The Chronograph 41 opts for grey luminescent material on the hands and indices, trading some legibility for pure style points. With a relatively low power reserve of 46-hours, the 69385 calibre consists of 231 components, some visible through the tinted sapphire caseback. The movement offers a small seconds at 6 o'clock, with 30-minute and 12-hour totalisers at 12 o'clock and 9 o'clock, respectively. Finally, the 3 o'clock position is occupied by a day and date aperture. MB01IBSMGQTPC4S INSTAGRAM 🤍timetidewatches FACEBOOK 🤍
IWC brand ambassador Lewis Hamilton visited the IWC Schaffhausen flagship boutique at the Dubai Mall. The Mercedes- AMG PETRONAS Formula OneTM team driver was taken on a tour around Dubai and dropped off at the boutique by Alexandra Hirschi, better known as “Supercar Blondie.” Upon arrival, he was welcomed by IWC CEO Chris Grainger-Herr and former F1TM star David Coulthard. While they experienced the racing-themed “new retail” boutique concept, Hamilton and Coulthard talked about their passion for motorsport and engineering, their relationship with IWC and their favorite watches. The IWC experience continues on: The App: 🤍 The Journal: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
Read more: 🤍 Join the club: 🤍 Shop: 🤍 Most people associate IWC with pilot's watches, which makes total sense due to their rich aviation history and classics like the Mark and Big Pilot series. But with their Portugieser and Portofino collections, IWC prove they still know how to appeal to dressier sensibilities. The latest duo of Portofino watches, the IWC Portofino Perpetual Calendar IW344601 and IW344602, are great examples of this. These two new perpetual calendars continue the legacy of legendary IWC watchmaker Kurt Klaus, and his ingenious perpetual calendar module, born in the '80s, that allowed the user to manipulate all of the perpetual calendar indications via the crown in favour of case-side pushers. Brand: IWC Model: Portofino Perpetual Calendar ref. IW344601 (Stainless Steel) / IW344602 (18K 5N Gold) Case Dimensions:40mm (D) x 12.7mm (T) Case Materials: Stainless Steel or 18K 5N Gold Water Resistance: 50m Dial: Silver-plated Crystal: Sapphire crystal and caseback Straps: Blue calfskin leather strap with case-matching pin buckle Movement: IWC-manufactured automatic calibre 82650 Power Reserve: 60 hours Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, perpetual calendar Availability: Now Price: AU$33,900 (IW344601), AU$48,100 (IW344602) INSTAGRAM 🤍timetidewatches FACEBOOK 🤍
In this edition of MR PORTER’s ‘About Time’ series, we get to grips with a trio of the 20th century’s most recognisable chronograph watches: IWC Schaffhausen’s Portugieser, Ingenieur and Pilot’s models - all of which have been updated in recent years with the renowned Swiss manufacture’s in-house movements. Discover IWC Schaffhausen on MR PORTER: 🤍 Visit our YouTube channel for more style, inspiration and advice: 🤍 Connect with MR PORTER: Web: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍
UNDER THE CUFF STUFF - STRAP ON! See website for straps and accessories: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍under_the_cuff_official On 23rd July, quietly and without any publicity a watch was launched... The long expected and eagerly awaited IWC PILOT'S WATCH MARK XX. See why I thought the latest upgrades now put it in the top of its field and raise it into the higher tier of "luxury tool watch". It maintains the primary function of a pilots watch which is to relay the correct time as quickly as possibly without confusion. Radio operators in the services have a saying “accuracy, brevity, clarity”. Convey the correct information, as quickly as possible without confusion, and that’s exactly what this dial does. LIKE - COMMENT - SUBSCRIBE if you like what you see and to encourage me to do better and make more videos. Thanks for checking out my first review video. I'm Matt and I am the owner and found of Under The Cuff. I review watches, design and sell watch straps and accesories, and host watch chat streams on IG. Please forgive the audio in this video, I couldn't sync the audio from the posh mic and so had to resort to the camera mic. The straps shown on the watch are as follows: White Hybrid - 🤍 Fineweave Nato - Sand : 🤍 Sharks Tooth Nato - Bronze: 🤍 Bicolour Nato - Storm: 🤍
A budget take on the IWC Pilots from Pagani Design! This one has build quality, a winning movement but most importantly, its on a budget we can all enjoy! Pagani PD-1703 🤍 MY ONLINE STORE 🤍 My Top 5 Aliexpress Watches Pagani Daytona - 🤍 Seestern 62 Mas - 🤍 Escapement Time Seiko Homage - 🤍 San Martin GS - 🤍 Aesop Tourbillon - 🤍 🤍 Instagram - JasonTheWatchGuy Email - jasonthewatchguy🤍gmail.com #IWC #PaganiDesign #Aliexpress
Welcome all Wrists! I recently purchased the IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph 41 IW388102 and wanted to share an unboxing with you all. I will do an indepth review once I spend more time with the watch. I have a 6.5 inch wrist. Subscribe for more watch content Instagram: 🤍welcome.wrist 🤍 Timestamps: 0:00 Box 0:45 Compartment for booklets and papers 1:49 Inner box/pouch 3:04 Pillow 4:05 Removing stickers 7:35 Watch showcase 8:45 Micro adjust feature 9:33 Strap change function 10:10 Caseback 11:07 On wrist
A known favourite of actor Sime Liu, the IWC Portugieser Automatic in its clean dual-register format is a sure winner in the oversized dress watch category. Those with larger wrists often express that dressier watches are too small or too formal. Well if that is the case for you, or you enjoy handsome and elegant watches with very long power reserves, then this IWC Portugieser Automatic IW500715 is worth digging into. The IWC Portugieser Automatic IW500715 is available now for purchase via IWC Boutiques, IWC e-commerce, and authorized dealers. Price: A$18,800, US$13,100 Brand IWC Model Portugieser Automatic IW500715 Case Dimensions 42.3mm (D) x 14.1mm (T) Case Material Stainless steel Water Resistance 30m Dial White lacquer with blue accents Crystal Sapphire crystal and case back with anti-reflective treatment Strap Blue alligator leather strap with deployant clasp (lug width 22mm) Movement Automatic IWC manufactured calibre 52010 Power Reserve 168 hours Functions Hours, minutes, seconds, date, power reserve Availability Now Price A$18,800, US$13,100 Read more: 🤍 Join the club: 🤍 Shop: 🤍 INSTAGRAM 🤍timetidewatches FACEBOOK 🤍
Contact Team Mosso for pricing and availability; Either I have it, or I can get it! Email: tmosso🤍thewatchbox.com Phone: 610-632-5307 Shop this watch: 🤍 Shop all IWC watches: 🤍 SKU: 4693909 The IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph "Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team" Edition IW3881-08 is encased in 41mm of grade 5 titanium surrounding a black dial on a black textile strap. Features of this IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph "Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team" include hours, minutes, small seconds, day, date, and chronograph. This IWC watch also measures 14.6mm in thickness and 51.3mm from lug-to-lug. For complete details, watch the full IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph "Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team" review by Tim Mosso! Please subscribe to our channel for the best luxury watch reviews on YouTube: 🤍 Visit our website at 🤍thewatchbox.com for the latest pre-owned luxury watch arrivals and industry-leading value in previously loved luxury timepieces.
Contact Team Mosso for pricing and availability. Email: tmosso🤍thewatchbox.com Phone: (484) 560-6284 Shop this watch: 🤍 Shop all IWC watches: 🤍 SKU: 4755443 The IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph "Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team" Edition IW3881-08 is encased in 41mm of grade 5 titanium surrounding a black dial on a Petronas blue rubber strap. Features of this IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph include hours, minutes, small seconds, day, date, and chronograph. This IWC watch also measures 14.7mm in thickness and 51.5mm from lug-to-lug. For complete details, watch the full IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph "Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team" Edition review. Please subscribe to our channel: 🤍 Visit thewatchbox.com for new arrivals, updated daily.
🤍IWC Watches #IWC #IWCWatches #WatchesAndWonders #Ceratanium #MonochromeWatches - This year is the year of the TOP GUN family at IWC Schaffhausen. A concept born in 2007 with the Pilot’s Watch Double Chronograph IW379901 Black Ceramic, the TOP GUN range is all about its technical look, stealthy design and use of innovative materials for the case. For Watches & Wonders 2022, in addition to the coloured ceramic models - white Lake Tahoe and green Woodland - IWC is bringing a little brother to one of our all-time favourite models, the Double Chronograph TOP GUN Ceratanium. Smaller, slightly simpler but sharing the same ultra-cool design, here's the new IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph 41 TOP GUN Ceratanium IW388106. - 2022, all rights reserved to MONOCHROME Watches For more about horology, check 🤍 for reviews, news, collector's insights, and more.
The 2020 watch from IWC Schaffhausen 2020 model of the Portugieser Chronograph is really a good balance between elegant and sporty. With its integrated column wheel chronograph movement and open caseback it is a successful evolution of the older model. IWC Portugieser Chronograph Reference: IW371605 Case Size: 41mm x 13mm (diameter x height) Movement caliber: 69000 - column-wheel chronograph - 46 hours power reserve ▶Price MSRP (June 2020): CHF 8'200.- Follow our Social Media: ▶Instagram: 🤍 ▶Facebook: 🤍 🎥Video produced by: 🤍 #iwc #iwcportuguese #chronograph
Read more: 🤍 Join the club: 🤍 Shop: 🤍 The IWC Portugieser collection is rooted in both class and utility. It was an elegant solution, originally presented in 1939, due to demand for a marine-deck chronometer experience that could be translated into a wristwatch. It was oversized for its time – a rather sporty characteristic – but still every bit as elegant as its more compact peers and the watch proved to be a success with gentleman overseeing docks and other nautical prospects. Legibility and accuracy are the two central pillars of the Portugieser line, and over the years IWC has changed very little of its winning formula. So, when I got hands-on with the new IWC Portugieser Chronograph IW371620, needless to say it really piqued my interest, giving the traditional collection a youthful blue, white, and rubber makeover. IWC is known for larger timepieces, for sure, but the IWC Portugieser Chronograph IW371620 is very reasonably sized at 41mm in diameter and 13mm in thickness. While I do not have an exact measurement, shame on me, I can safely infer the lug-to-lug is under 50mm - so wrist-manageable for the average wrist. The watch may appear larger, as Portugieser watches are known for thin bezels and larger dials. This, of course, is an optical illusion at the end of the day. The stainless steel case, rated to 30 metres of water-resistance, is entirely polished on its front, with its case flanks richly brushed to give it a sporty edge. Its finish caters to the dockside lifestyle the collection was born for, but more tailored to the modern era. The youthful feel of the watch can be largely be attributed to the blue and white colour scheme of the dial. The color-combo is by no means new to the modern era, but its execution in the modern era is definitely associated with an element of sportiness. It is handsomely executed, with a white lacquer base livened up by the blue accents of the central hands, applied numerals, dotted outer minutes track, and the concentrically textured elapsed minutes and running seconds registers at 12' and 6' respectively. The blued numerals carry the same elegant typeface as previous models, and the blued central hands, executed in a thin leaf-style, are lume-less like the rest of the dial. This gives the IWC Portugieser Chronograph IW371620 the dressy flair of previous models, but its rubber pairing and youthful color combo rejuvenates the traditional template for today's marketplace. The IWC Portugieser Chronograph IW371620 is outfitted on a dial-accent matching blue rubber strap 20mm in width. Yes this is a very convenient lug width for aftermarket play, but you would be hard pressed to beat the factory pairing that sits perfectly flush against the case - giving it that pseudo-integrated feel. A central channel to the strap adds intriguing texture, introducing a woven fabric like aesthetic to the rubber. On the wrist it is firm yet soft, clearly rugged and ready for daily wear. It is secured to the wrist via a case-matching stainless steel pin/buckle closure, with plenty of loopholes to fine tune the size. Like the camber of the lugs, you will be glad to know the rubber strap wraps around the wrist well - in short: super comfortable. Inside the watch, beneath an exhibition caseback, you have the IWC manufacture calibre 69335, which is a descendant of the Valjoux 7750 movement. IWC has definitely left their own distinct imprint on the base, however, as the 69335 is an automatic column-wheel chronograph calibre rather than cam-driven. The column wheel is a much more luxurious tactile experience for the wearer, the pusher actuation much more crisp and smooth. It is also afforded a greater level of decoration, with circular Côtes de Genève on the bridge and a perlage finish to the mainplate. The calibre also offers four more hours of power reserve than a standard 7750, with a total power reserve of approximately 46 hours. In the title of this review, surely you have clocked "near-perfect". There is a lot to love about the watch. A handsome and versatile aesthetic, good size and finish to the case, and super comfortable rubber strap. The one detail I would nitpick is the water-resistance. If IWC could have gotten it up to 60m, or even better 100m, the IWC Portugieser Chronograph IW371620 would be even more competitive of an offering than it already is. But, keep in mind this is not a lumed sports watch. It is still true to its elegant tool watch origins. All things considered, as you wear this watch on land, or on a boat where you only risk being splashed, this watch will definitely draw compliments from those around you. Price: $13,200 AUD / $8,400 USD INSTAGRAM 🤍timetidewatches FACEBOOK 🤍
Read more: 🤍 Join the club: 🤍 Shop: 🤍 "Look how fast Chris Grainger-Herr walks!" Andrew exclaims at one point in this video as he follows the IWC boss into his booth. It's a throwaway line but it's actually instructive, because Chris would appear to be the watch world's most energetic man. His exploits yesterday offer the perfect example. One moment he's casually welcoming IWC ambassador Lewis Hamilton into the brand's magnificent booth (as an aside - how on earth do they make temporary display booths with that level of architectural panache?). The next time you see him he's suddenly up on stage with Hans Zimmer, the legendary soundtrack composer - think Gladiator, The Dark Knight, The Lion King, Dune and so on - as part of a extraordinary private concert that IWC were hosting with the two-time Oscar winner. In between all that? Well, Chris was just cruising through back to back interviews, talking about IWC's recent collaboration with Pantone to invent brand new colours and reinvigorating the Top Gun range. You're starting to get the picture, right? This is one seriously busy guy. Luckily all that activity extends to overseeing the creation of some exciting new watches, too. This year, IWC have marked out the Pilot’s Watch Chronograph Top Gun Edition as a range for expansion, drip-feeding new variants of the original low-production model into their catalogues. For Watches & Wonders this year, IWC have engineered two new colours of ceramic to use for the “Woodland” and “Lake Tahoe” special editions — with the mossy matte green playing into the forest theme and the glacial white watch evoking the the snow-capped mountains that surround the Lake Tahoe region. In this video, Andrew talks to the IWC head honcho about a range of topics from the brand's new focus on colour ceramic to the wisdom of colour-coding your sneakers with your Top Gun watch. Check it out. INSTAGRAM 🤍timetidewatches FACEBOOK 🤍
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