Recap -The Best Clocks Introduced by IWC in 2021

In the year that IWC Schaffhausen has put the (Big) Pilot’s Watch bands at a very high level, we have seen many exciting copies being released. This could be a combination of colors, weapons, or moving colors. Although we have seen strange things outside of the (Big) Pilot’s Watch Tower, the quintessential Flieger Uhr written by IWC was very bad. With that in mind, we went through all the new varieties and selected five that we really enjoyed. Here are the best IWC watches released in 2021.

IWC Pilot’s Chronograph Tribute to 3705

We start with the tax component, which is dedicated to the most important watch in the history of IWC airline watches. The IWC Pilot’s Chronograph Tribute to 3705 used the spirit of the 1994 IWC Fliegerchronograph Keramik, popularly known as 3705. The new version features a 41mm black matte-black Ceratanium case, with bezel, treads, crowns, back and straps. The rest of the architecture is very close to the original 3705. Using chronograph 69380, which was designed to replace the Valjoux 7750, the Tribute to 3705 shows the same as the old ones, but with a smaller second at 6 instead of 9 o’clock.

More information on IWC Pilot’s Chronograph Tribute to 3705 is in our article Here..

Quick Facts – 41mm x 15.3mm – matte-black Ceratanium case – crown, pushers and caseback in Ceratanium – sapphire crystal, protected from airborne droplets – soft inner protective coating for magnetic strength – 60m waterproof – durable, black singing matte – rhodium-covered hands with Super-LumiNova – clear indicators at 12, 3, 6, and 9 o’clock – chronograph with three subdials and display during the day – Caliber 69380, in-house – automatic with built-in timer. – integrated chronograph with wheels – gemstones 33 – 28,800vph – 46h power storage – leather belt for black driver with Ceratanium buckle – Limited Edition of 1,000 pieces – EUR 12,800

IWC Big Pilot Watch 43

The launch of the IWC Big Pilot’s Watch 43 divided the enthusiasts into two camps after their launch. On the other hand, we saw people receiving a small size with both hands, and others who saw that they were no longer “true” Big Pilot. No matter which side you are in, IWC Big Pilot’s Watch 43 has a lot of features that make up an IWC matching watch. The smaller case has the same build, with a larger crown and a thin bezel. Dial is clear and comes in black or sunray brushed blue. A sapphire sapphire cover reveals a house 82100 caliber, which uses a Pellaton-type construction machine. The power station is very exciting for 60 hours. The IWC Big Pilot’s Watch 43 is also equipped with a new fast-moving cable and bracelets.

More about IWC Big Pilot’s 43 is in our article Here.

IWC Big Pilots Watch 43

Quick Facts – 43mm x 13.6mm – stainless steel, polished and polished – sapphire crystal on both sides, protected from airborne droplets – 100m water resistant – matte black or sunray brushed blue dial – white Arabic numerals with Super- markers LumiNova – Sword-shaped hands with Super-LumiNova – IWC Caliber 82100, in-house – automatic with Pellaton turbine – gemstones 22 – 28,800vph – 60h power storage – bracelet or leather belt with fast-release machine – EUR 8,950 on a leather belt or EUR 9.950 on a metal bracelet

IWC Big Pilot’s Watch Shock Absorber XPL

IWC Big Pilot’s Watch Shock Absorber XPL is the highest “BP” to date. Storing the external DNA of the Big Pilot range, Shock Absorber XPL uses a special machine to stop its movement and play inside a 44mm wide Ceratanium case. The SPRIN-g PROTECT standard system protects the shift from being shaken beyond 30,000G. The system can be seen around the center “vessel”, and the crown is connected via a flexible clutch unit. The caliber 32111 inside features an aluminum plate to reduce weight. It displays hours, minutes and seconds, and provides 120 hours of energy saving. Its production will be 10 pieces per year, with a total of 30. We had the opportunity to view this watch directly as well interviewed Commander Etienne Bauer, Rafale pilot who tested the IWC Shock Absorber XPL.

More on IWC Big Pilot’s Watch Shock Absorber XPL is in our article Here.

Questions - Rafale Pilot Etienne Bauer Testing IWC Big Pilot Shock Absorber XPL

Quick Facts – 44mm x 12mm – matte-black Ceratanium case – sapphire crystal protected from airborne droplets – 100m waterproof – SPRIN-g PROTECT moving system to keep it from shaking more than 30,000G – matte black melting and luminescent indices – hand made sword – Caliber 32111, indoor – 4hHz frequency – 120h power supply – hours, minutes, seconds – black rubber strings per pin – at least 10 per year, 30 total – CHF 80,000

IWC Big Pilot’s Watch TOP GUN Mojave Desert

The Mojave Desert with the TOP GUN titles of IWC’s Big Pilot’s Watch since 2019 when we first saw the sand clocks. Used as a suitable tool, we find a non-functional ceramic bag 46mm long in diameter, with a soft inner lining, a twisted crown and crystals that are protected from collapse due to air leakage. This ensures that Big Pilot’s Watch TOP GUN Mojave Desert is able to withstand harsh environments, extreme heat and magnetic fields. The bold case has a purple dial with colored sand numbers, indices and handwriting. Inside you push only the Caliber 52110, which is similar to other types of BP. With the latest generation, the course is only 7 days old and uses Pellaton’s control system. It is offered as a minimum of 250 pieces.

More on IWC Big Pilot’s Watch TOP GUN Mojave Desert is in our article Here.

IWC Big Pilot's Watch Top Gun Mojave Desert Edition IW506003

Quick Facts – 46mm x 14.6mm – matte ceramic bag – titanium caseback with TOP GUN inscription – curved crown – 60m waterproof – purple drum – sand numbers – Sword-shaped hands with Super-LumiNova sanding – modern window – power indicator – Caliber 52110, indoor – Pellaton construction machine – 28,800vph – 168h dual power drill – soft inner shield to protect itself from magnetic force – sand type with fabric for fabric – printing minimum of 250 pieces – EUR 14,900

IWC Big Pilot’s Watch Perpetual Calendar TOP GUN

The great performance of IWC Big Pilot’s Watch seems to be worth knowing more about the Eternal Calendar. Despite the many additions, the singing remains relevant and clear. And this year we were assisted by the “smartest BP QP” so far, the TOP GUN version in full matte black Ceratanium. Not only is the case made of durable, non-abrasive material, but also the bracelet and belt, the original IWC. Visible through a small cottage, and IWC’s 52615 Caliber, using a Kurt Klaus made with a permanent calendar display component. The move provides a 168h storage space due to its two-barrel installation. IWC Big Pilot’s Watch Perpetual Calendar TOP GUN is limited not only by numbers but also by creative power, based on 150 pieces per year.

More about IWC Big Pilot’s Watch Perpetual Calendar TOP GUN is in our article Here.

IWC Big Pilot's Watch Perpetual Calendar TOP GUN Ceratanium IW503604

Quick Facts – 46.2mm x 15.4mm – black case of Ceratanium – sapphire crystal front and back, protected from airborne droplets – 60m waterproof – black singing with black hands, all objects filled with gray Super-LumiNova – Caliber 52615, m ‘houses – Pellaton-specific building blocks – 54 gemstones – 28,800vph – 168h storage area – hours, minutes, seconds (theft) – a perpetual calendar with day, week, month, year in numbers 4, the eternal moon of the north and south of the earth – energy-saving sign – black Ceratanium bracelet, H-shaped br – Ceratanium curved-clasp with micro-adjustment system – the only one making 150 pieces per year – EUR 46,800

For more information, please visit IWC.com

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