IWC Big Pilot Perpetual Calendar

by · January 6, 2013

The IWC Big Pilot Perpetual Calendar is one of the most unique and complex watches ever built. The technological aspect of this watch is equally matched by its looks, this being a very rough but beautiful time piece. The predominant color of the watch is black giving it its simple imposing and strong look. The watch is very easy to accessorize to absolutely any occasion and if recognized will surely cause some jealous looks. It can be worn to formal events and will look great with just about any attire. It can also be worn to casual events and is a great conversation starter for any person with some watch knowledge.

The material of the case is black titanium contrasting nicely with the soft black strap. The watch has a mechanical mechanism and automatic winding.  A striking feature of this watch is its unbelievable 7 day power reserve that even comes with its own display. This makes the watch unique and unbelievably efficient. The watch comes with four dials a perpetual calendar with four digit year display month and date dials and even a double moon phase display for when the moon is in the northern or southern hemisphere. All these are adjustable by the crown. The crown itself is a defining element of this watch; being oversized and uniquely stylized it gives the watch a lot of its strong, manly character. The sapphire crystal is convex and has a double anti-reflective coating on both sides making the watch very easy to read.  It is water resistant for up to 6 bars making it perfect for any type of water activity, be it simple swimming or diving.

The case height is 16 mm and the diameter is 48 mm making the IWC Big Pilot Perpetual Calendar a big watch, one that would look better on a big wrist. So if you want a revolutionary watch, something that will make any person with the slightest knowledge of watches jealous if you want a watch that is exquisitely precise, and elegant while being built out of the best and most durable materials then this is certainly something to consider.

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