IWC replica watches continued to establish a cooperative relationship with the Anthony Saint-Exupéry Youth Foundation, founded by the famous French pilot and Prince Le Petit, and released a new limited edition timepiece commemorating the continuous passage of Saint-Exupéry. This is the first timepiece of the Atlantic in 1939. This is the story behind the Pilot’s Time Zone Chronograph Edition “New York 80 Years of Flight” and briefly introduces the important attributes of the replica watch.
Replica Pilot’s Watch Timezoner Saint Exupéry Limited Edition
This watch is equipped with US IWC replica watch’s patented, easy-to-use world time function, the wearer can quickly and easily reset the time and date and 24-hour hands by simply turning the bezel. Just press down on the border of the city circle, and then rotate it so that the city representing the desired time zone is at 12 o’clock, and then release. Both the hour hand and the 24-hour hand with a red tip will move in sync with the rotation of the bezel, and the date display will change forward or backward accordingly.
The top replica watch uses a self-winding movement to power this user-friendly world time function. It also has a chronograph function and has a small dial at 12 o’clock. Two hands indicate the minutes of the stopwatch on the analog display. And hours.It is also equipped with an integrated flyback function, allowing users to immediately reset the chronograph hands to zero and start a new timing sequence. In addition to the chronograph subdial, the dial also displays a small seconds display on the subdial at 6 o’clock and a date window at 3 o’clock.
The elapsed time and minutes of the timer are recorded on a small dial at 12 o’clock. When the movement is fully tightened, it can store 68 hours of power. The case back with a solid steel back cover is engraved with an engraved illustration of the Latecoere 521 aircraft. IWC replica watches pilot time zone chronograph “80 Years of Flying New York”. IWC replica said that all the proceeds from the first part of the series will support the Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Youth Foundation’s mission to combat illiteracy among children worldwide.