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).
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.🥴
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
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
..... 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