IWC Pilot Replica Watches The model I’ve been interested in over the years is the IWC Pilot Watches. Then especially the so-called Mark series. IWC has moved from Mark XII to XVIII for the past two decades, which at times leads me to ignore the current model. Of course I do not like all the changes in the middle.
For the second time last week, I chose 52Mondayz watch, is a friend’s visit. He passed and told me that he wanted to sell his IWC Mark XVIII Fake Watches Le Petit Prince version. Bought a new half a year ago, because he likes to collect other watches, so he has not put on the watch for the day. This is indeed a pity, I can imagine a reason to sell the watch.
I am a fan of the little prince. Of course, I own the book of Saint Exupery, even a translator who translates in all languages. There is a model of a little prince on my desk. In this case, one plus one gets three, because George Kern’s move made me happy for IWC Replica.
So here is my friend IWC Mark XVIII Le Petit Prince as the subject of this article. And this is a beautiful watch. Looking straight into the eyes is a shiny, but not too bright, midnight blue dial. Dial with sandblasted metal surface, in some light conditions produce radial light. Very delicate. Second, brown calfskin leather strap, cream quilted splicing is quite compelling. This watchband is reminiscent of the Saint Exupery from IWC, pointing out the production by Italian leather specialist Santoni.
A further examination of the IWC Replica Watches version found more differences than the conventional IWC Mark XVIII. Directly visible is the color of the date disc, which is white in the Little Price version, while the normal version is black. Another fairly obvious difference is the baffle. Polished in the Little Prince Edition, and matte brushes on regular versions. As can be seen, compare the differences between both hands. The prince has metal polished hands, conventional Mark 18 version of the hand is matte black.
Last but not least, under different circumstances. The little prince version of the Little Prince character is well imprinted and carved in it, while the regular Mark 18 shows the Junker Ju 52 aircraft. IWC mentions Junkers as the most common aircraft used for civilian travel in the 1930s. All IWC Mark XVIII watches are water resistant to 6 bar. Equipped with automatic 21 jewelery IWC 30110 movement, with 42 hours power reserve. Equipped with a soft iron inner shell, to prevent the watch from being affected by the magnetic field. Moreover, the glass is prevented from shifting due to the sudden drop in air pressure.