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IWC makes a chronograph Big Pilot watch for the first time

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IWC has unveiled made a Big Pilot watch with a chronograph for the first time.

The Big Pilot Monopusher Edition “Le Petit Prince” is a limited edition of 500 pieces with its stopwatch function controlled with a single pusher set within its onion-shaped crown.

This first version of the watch comes with a deep-blue sunburst dial in a 46.2mm stainless steel case.

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It houses an IWC-manufactured calibre 59365 hand wound movement, which is displayed through an open case back.

According to IWC, 70 revolutions of the crown are enough to wind up the watch to its impressive maximum power reserve of eight days.

Fitted with a brown calfskin strap with a folding clasp, the Big Pilot’s Watch Monopusher Edition “Le Petit Prince” is available through IWC boutiques, authorised retail partners or online on IWC.com priced at $16,100.

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