We look at a trio of IWC Pilot’s Watch Top Gun pieces, each engineered to deliver ultimate performance, whether you’re on the ground or taking to the skies.
Pilot’s Watch Automatic Top Gun
Equipped with IWC’s 32111 calibre movement, the Pilot’s Watch Automatic Top Gun offers a generous power reserve of 120 hours. The self-winding unit is housed in a 41 mm ceramic case, finished in black. The minimalistic dial’s dark hue is off-set by the addition of white numerals and indices. A neat feature, the “Top Gun” lettering at 6 o’clock is finished in red.
Pilot’s Watch Chronograph 41 Top Gun
The Pilot’s Watch Chronograph 41 is available in ceramic and Ceratanium, an innovative material blending the structural integrity of titanium with the scratch-resistance provided by the former. In addition, Ceratanium lends the timepiece a sleek aesthetic, with its matte-black finish, complemented by the dial’s dark hue and grey contrast numerals and indices adding to the look. The 41 mm case houses IWC’s 69385 calibre. The self-winding movement offers a power reserve of 46 hours. Water resistance is rated at 100 metres.
Pilot’s Watch Timezoner Top Gun Ceratanium
Equipped with a Timezoner complication, which allows its wearer to effortlessly switch between time zones, this is a first-of-its-kind IWC Pilot’s Watch. Housed within a 46 mm Ceratanium case, the company’s 82760 calibre movement incorporates a Pellaton winding system, allowing the automatic unit to build up a power reserve of 60 hours. The Pilot’s Watch Timezoner Top Gun Ceratanium is limited to only 500 examples annually.