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IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph Is Hot in Bronze  

IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph 41 in bronze

IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph 41 in bronze

We all know that bronze watches have become somewhat of a status symbol these days as collectors vie for the newest bronze watches that develop their own patina over time – making each one unique. Now, IWC  unveils its all new Pilot’s Watch Chronograph 41 in bronze with a blue dial and gold-plated hands. The bronze that IWC uses is 50 percent harder than standard bronze thanks to the incorporation of a perfect mix of aluminium,  copper and iron. It will also develop its own patina over time.

Powered by the IWC-manufactured 69385 caliber, the chronograph stopwatch  times measurements of up to 12 hours. And is equipped with a column-wheel chronograph and a bi-directional pawl winding system that offers 46 hours of precise power reserve when fully wound.

IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph 41 in bronze

The IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph 41 in bronze is made of a special alloy that is harder than most bronze.

A new EasX-Change® strap feature lets the water change the strap with a touch of a button. The watch is sold with a blue textile strap, with options of calfskin or rubber straps. The case has been reworked – with screw down crown and other features – to ensure water resistant of 10 bar.   The watch retails for $7,300.

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