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IWC Pilot

One of the most popular watches in the IWC collection, the Pilot is aimed at aviators, with a robust design and an array of superb features useful for navigating the skies. These include an arrowhead index for noting short periods of time and high-visibility hands and numerals for easy viewing at night.

Launched in 1936, the Pilot was originally designed according to military specifications. With a simple, instrument-inspired appearance - well suited to quick reading - the watch became the official model of the RAF for many years. Despite continually re-inventing itself over the decades, the Pilot always retained its uncluttered, stylish appearance. New additions have included a split-second function and the industry-standard UTC with an automatic time zone corrector, as well as an enlarged case to ensure the dial remains easy to read. 

One of the most popular watches in the IWC collection, the Pilot is aimed at aviators, with a robust design and an array of superb features useful for navigating the skies. These include an arrowhead index for noting short periods of time and high-visibility hands and numerals for easy viewing at night.

Launched in 1936, the Pilot was originally designed according to military specifications. With a simple, instrument-inspired appearance - well suited to quick reading - the watch became the official model of the RAF for many years. Despite continually re-inventing itself over the decades, the Pilot always retained its uncluttered, stylish appearance. New additions have included a split-second function and the industry-standard UTC with an automatic time zone corrector, as well as an enlarged case to ensure the dial remains easy to read. 

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IWC Pilot

One of the most popular watches in the IWC collection, the Pilot is aimed at aviators, with a robust design and an array of superb features useful for navigating the skies. These include an arrowhead index for noting short periods of time and high-visibility hands and numerals for easy viewing at night.

Launched in 1936, the Pilot was originally designed according to military specifications. With a simple, instrument-inspired appearance - well suited to quick reading - the watch became the official model of the RAF for many years. Despite continually re-inventing itself over the decades, the Pilot always retained its uncluttered, stylish appearance. New additions have included a split-second function and the industry-standard UTC with an automatic time zone corrector, as well as an enlarged case to ensure the dial remains easy to read. 

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