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IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph

Item No.
11503810
11503810
$5,800.00

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A clearly organized dial and excellent legibility even under the most demanding conditions are the key features of the Pilot’s Watch Chronograph. Thanks to the robust 79320-calibre chronograph movement, it is possible to record single and aggregate times of up to 12 hours. The sub-dials at “12” and “6 o’clock” are used for aggregate timing while the red seconds hand at “9 o’clock” indicates that the watch is running normally. The movement has optimum protection against the effects of external magnetic fields in the form of a soft-iron inner case. The watch is water-resistant to 6 bar and is sold with a black calfskin strap from Santoni. The back of the stainless-steel case features an engraving of a Junkers JU-52, whose cockpit design was the inspiration for all Pilot’s Watches.
  • Item No.
    11503810
    11503810
  • Style #
    IW377709
  • Jewelry Type
    Watch
  • Collection
    PILOT'S WATCHES
  • Metal Type
    Steel
  • Metal Purity
    Stainless Steel
  • Band Color
    Black
  • Band Material
    Leather
  • Case Size
    43mm
  • Crystal
    Sapphire
  • Dial Color
    Black
  • Dial Marker
    Numbers / Arabic
  • Functions
    Chronograph, Day/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.