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Ref. 3293

This is the boutique exclusive version of the Big Pilot's Watch 43mm with a sunburst green dial and a stainless steel case. A nice option if you like green dials but not a bronze case as is the case with the Big Pilot's Watch Spitfire (ref. 3297).
4d
By: lavrentivs
3
sludgeriff
195

IWC ceramic top gun edition

I ordered the strap and titanium buckle from IWC as I am not a guy. This looks way cooler with this strap.
16d
By: ripper444
9
ripper444
347

Two Passions Represented Here

Fine timepieces, pot still Irish Whiskey, hifi/music, strength training,firearms. These are the type of pursuits that enrich life. If only I had a passion for photography then I would be able to capture the beauty of that burgundy dial.🥴
5d
By: sludgeriff
6
TheMadDruid
247

Der Doppelchronograph

Been in this watch hobby for years (decades indeed), always attempted to have variations in my collection, with a number of buys and sells over the years, what left in my “collection” now are mostly pilot watches. I finally realise why bother buying dive
6d
By: Sun
15
cazalea
1,280

This watch is probably one of the most "under-rated" watches in my opinion ......

1) design(!) 2) craftsmanship: look just at the bracelet: each link not pressed steel but hand polished and cut and (almost) no link the same as the next: Hey: look at the dial more closely .... ! 3) the movement: the IWC 8541 ES "Pellaton". I wear this w
10d
By: HSTE
9
hoseachandra
368

IWC Portugieser Automatic 2000 Platinum

The caliber 5000 - IWC's first 7-day automatic movement. This is the platinum LE version of the Portugieser 2000 (IW5000-03).
9d
By: biw
6
blau
300

Rare .... no: ULTRA RARE: the IWC Ocean 2000 ref. 3500 in black "TiCon"

They probably made 100 to 200 of these blackout Titan Ocean 2000 back in ca. 1985 (this watch is from February 5, 1985). Cheers, HSTE
10d
By: HSTE
6
amanico
211

This has always been a dream watch to me .... back in the 1980ies, when I was living in Schaffhausen.....

..... and I always thought: one day. ONE DAY ...... ! (Today I have ..... hmmmm .... 3 or 4 of them). The below example is one of the very first - actually individually numbered - IWC Titan Chronos. How to recognize? 1) not only a "Titan" bracelet link bu
10d
By: HSTE
0
153

IWC Pilot

13d
By: pongster
2
penang1974
136

IWC’s new ambassador 😁

The Real McCoy 🎉
15d
By: Fat Bastard
9
amanico
378