Replica IWC Pilot’s Watch Timezoner Chronograph

In the new Pilot’s Watches that IWC introduced at this year’s SIHH, IWC incorporated a handful of design revisions, some subtle, others not so much. The majority of these were cosmetic updates, but one new watch, in particular, boasts a significant technological advancement. The IWC Pilot’s Watch Timezoner Chronograph drew our attention because of its brand-new, simple-to-use time zone function, which allows the wearer to set a new zone simply by turning the bezel.
In a single motion, the IWC Pilot’s Replica Watches Timezoner Chronograph re-sets the time, date, and 24-hour hand. Simply press down on the city-ring bezel, turn it until the city representing the desired time zone is at 12 o’clock, and release. With the turn of the bezel, the hour hand and the small, red-tipped 24-hour hand will both move synchronously, and the date display will also change, either forward or backward. Furthermore, the 24-hour hand on an inner ring, which indicates the time, ensures that the wearer always knows whether it is day or night in his chosen time zone. While changing time zones, the minute hand advances and all other functions of the IWC Replica Watches remain unaffected. IWC has previously used the sprung-rotating bezel technology for the function, first with its Porsche Design Ocean 2000 watch in the 1980s and more recently with the external/internal rotating bezel system on its revamped Aquatimer models. It ensures that the bezel moves only when pressure is applied from opposite sides (thumb and index finger), allowing the lock to be released and the ring to be protected from accidental rotations. A spring mechanism returns it to its original locked position when the pressure is released.
The IWC Fake Watches, which is powered by IWC’s automatic Caliber 89760, also has a chronograph function with a similarly user-friendly readout for stopped times: a subdial at 12 o’clock features two hands indicating the stopwatch minutes and hours in an analog-type display. It also has an integrated flyback function, which allows the user to reset the chrono hands to zero and start a new timing sequence instantly. The dial also has a small (hacking) seconds display on the subdial at 6 o’clock and a date window at 3 o’clock, in addition to the chronograph counter subdial. The movement is housed in a 45-mm stainless steel case with a convex, nonreflective sapphire crystal covering the dial and a solid steel caseback with an engraved depiction of a Junkers Ju 52 plane — the most common civilian aircraft of the 1930s era that gave birth to original pilots’ watches.

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