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IWC Big Pilot's Watch Heritage

Item No.
11738473
11738473
$13,900.00

* Order will be processed in 4 - 8 business days

* Order will be processed in 4 - 8 business days
The Big Pilot’s Watch Heritage is inspired by the design of the iconic Big Pilot’s Watch Calibre 52 T.S.C. Thanks to this, the timepiece with an impressive diameter of 46.2mm features a striking retro look. The case is made from durable and light titanium and weighs less than 150 grams. As on the famous original model, the chapter ring, the Arabic numerals and propeller-like hands are all beige. A soft-iron inner case protects the movement against the effects of magnetic fields. The watch is powered by the IWC-manufactured 52110-calibre movement. It features an efficient Pellaton automatic winding system with parts made from black or white ceramic. With the help of two barrels, it builds up a reserve of 7 days. The brown calfskin strap further underscores the heritage character of this timekeeper.
  • Item No.
    11738473
    11738473
  • Style #
    IW501004
  • Jewelry Type
    Watch
  • Collection
    Heritage, PILOT'S WATCHES
  • Metal Type
    Titanium
  • Metal Purity
    Titanium
  • Band Material
    Leather
  • Clasp Type
    Buckle
  • Case Material
    Stainless Steel
  • Crystal
    Sapphire
  • Dial Color
    Black
  • Dial Marker
    Numbers / Arabic
  • Functions
    Date, Automatic Winding, Power Reserve
  • Movement Type
    Automatic
  • Shape
    Round
  • Water Resistance
    60 Meters

Give your watch a quick check on a regular basis, wiping down the face and bracelet with a soft cloth, checking the leather on a strap, and making sure that the strap or bracelet is firmly attached to the watch face. Also, while many watches are water resistant, few are truly waterproof, so if you find that moisture or dust has penetrated the case of your watch, bring it into your local Ben Bridge store where we can have one of our watchmakers clean it out for you.

Our best advice on watch maintenance is to never attempt do-it-yourself repairs, no matter how handy you are or how good the instructions are on Youtube. Watches are super complex little machines and only an expert watchmaker should be trusted to get a watch back into working condition. Attempts by an untrained repair person may seriously damage the watch and can even invalidate factory warranties.

In general, having your watch checked regularly by your Personal Jeweler or watchmaker and serviced according to the manufacturer's guidelines should keep it in excellent shape.