Sometimes you really want a big watch, obviously, sometimes you want a big one. There is no doubt that this 55mm wide Cheap IWC Replica Watches Grand Pilot’s traditional watch 55 watch can hardly be worn in most cases. I mean, yes, you can put the titanium case on the plush leather strap on your wrist quite easily (and surprisingly comfortable) – but this is a pure novelty watch from start to finish.
It’s a pity that a clock like this has to spend so much money. This means that only a handful of well-funded geek collectors will be able to enjoy (from time to time) such large-scale modern timers, based on historical military pilot watches for the specific German army in the early mid-20th century in a particular global conflict of construction. When you want to make love on a wearable clock, the size and controversial inspiration of the circus can be a good thing. At this point, the IWC Replica Grand Prix’s traditional watch 55 will be an excellent desk (or dashboard) clock. Unfortunately, despite the large size of the case, its power reserve is not long.
If there is any difference, it is the biggest mistake in such a watch is that IWC does not use the internal space well enough. In all of these cases, they can easily include some exercise, at least a week or more of power reserve. I mean, IWC’s big pilot’s watch is automatic and has a power reserve of about a week. On the contrary, Fake IWC Watches would prefer to take another route and use the internal structure of this reference table 5104 to make itself more retro and chic.
For this sport, IWC chose the homemade caliber 98300, which works at 2.5 Hz (18,000 bph) and has only 46 hours of power reserve, which is handmade. The idea here may be that IWC Replica Watches wants to convey the purest feeling of “old-fashioned”, because in most cases, the caliber 98300 (although it is a contemporary building) is based on quite old clockwork. What it lacks such as performance, complexity and convenience, it makes up for the feeling that you are clearing old watches – this is exactly what you want. When you drive, Hyundai Motor (Germany) may enjoy electronics… everything… when you appreciate your watch The ticking ticking was inspired by yesterday’s yesterday.
At the SIHH show in January 2016, I first showed the Heritage Watch 55 of the reference table 5104 IWC Big Pilot and its small companion reference 5103 Big Pilot’s Heritage Watch 48. Both watches are limited editions and are inspired by the historic 52-caliber T. S. C clock. The originals of the Second World War were also 55 mm wide, but were made of steel, not precision-machined titanium. The coarser Big Pilot’s Heritage 55 is the lower yield of the two models, but from the standpoint of wear resistance and movement, the 5103 IWC Big Pilot’s Heritage 48 watch is a better choice. Not only does it have a more interesting internal manufacturing IWC 59215 movement (59000 home sports, with the automatic rotor and power reserve indicator removed, but still running at 4Hz, with 8 days of power reserve), and it’s wearable, and The cost is also lower. Unlike the ref. 5104 model with a limit of 100 pieces, the 5103 (full reference number is IW510301) is limited to 1000 pieces – this may be a good idea because there will be more demand.
I really like 5103, but I don’t have a chance to experience it for myself. However, 5104 gave me some time. Although this is an interesting watch, the impact of wearing it is impressive. Swiss IWC Watches has once again done the right thing in terms of dial and dial color. The blue hand is a nice touch and off-white glow with a refined dial design that makes for a very classic look. If you are 10 mm smaller, it will be very comfortable to wear. Oh, wait, I mean little 7mm. IWC did not send the big pilot’s legacy form 48 to me (obviously).
IWC has clearly stated that this 5104 watch is “mainly aimed at true pilot watch collectors and enthusiasts”. “Don’t most people buy expensive mechanical timers?” I don’t think everyone can own the original 1940. Perhaps IWC should be part of the collector’s gear, including bomber jackets, scarves, hats, gloves and goggles. Take care of him, just double the price. I really don’t think there are enough “collector watches” with enough life accessories. IWC is working with Santoni and many other high-end leather manufacturers. Don’t you let this happen?
Speaking of the strap, the IWC Big Pilot strap is a brown calfskin strap that is similar in design to the combination of a pilot strap and a NATO strap. This means that the strap itself is very long (if needed), which is good because I think a “back to day” watch like this is often worn on the thigh (when the pilot is sitting in the cockpit). This made me very happy because I didn’t find enough thigh-sized straps – especially on the quality of IWC.
I don’t think IWC will have any problems selling these 5104 watches because of their limited production and the exaggeration of the watch. Regardless of the practicality of the IWC Big Pilot’s Heritage 55 watch, it can be used as an interesting topic to make up for it. For everyone else, there is a more practical ($1400 cheaper) 48mm wide reference book 5103. The IW510401 IWC IWC pilot’s Heritage Watch 55 is priced at $14,800.