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IWC Pilot's Watch IW503601 Automatic Watch INR 2,005,000 For Men MRP: ₹20,05,000

Description

The bronze case, olive green dial and brown leather strap lend this complicated Pilot's Watch a unique character. Over time, the bronze develops an individual patina. With the help of a Pellaton winding system and two barrels, the IWC-manufactured 52615 calibre builds up a power reserve of seven days. The components in the Pellaton winding system exposed to unusually high stresses and strains are made of non-wearing ceramic. The perpetual calendar recognizes the different lengths of the months and leap years automatically and requires no correction until 2100. It can be set simply via the crown. The double moon display shows the moon correctly for both the northern and southern hemispheres and will need to be adjusted by one day only after 577.5 years.

Specification

Brand

IWC

Collection

Pilot's Watch

Model Number

IW503601

Gender

Men

Dial

Green

Case Material

Bronze

Case Size

46.2 mm

Movement

Automatic

Functions

Perpetual calendar with displays for the date, day, month, year in four digits and perpetual moon phase

Power Reserve

7 days (168 Hours)

Glass

Sapphire glass, convex, antireflective coating on both sides

Water Resistance

6 Bar (60 meters)

Strap Type

Leather

Warranty Period

2 Years

Description

The bronze case, olive green dial and brown leather strap lend this complicated Pilot's Watch a unique character. Over time, the bronze develops an individual patina. With the help of a Pellaton winding system and two barrels, the IWC-manufactured 52615 calibre builds up a power reserve of seven days. The components in the Pellaton winding system exposed to unusually high stresses and strains are made of non-wearing ceramic. The perpetual calendar recognizes the different lengths of the months and leap years automatically and requires no correction until 2100. It can be set simply via the crown. The double moon display shows the moon correctly for both the northern and southern hemispheres and will need to be adjusted by one day only after 577.5 years.