|Reference:||IW3950-01 (aka: 3950-01, IW395001)|
|Name:||Pilot’s Watch Timezoner Chronograph|
Price in euro
Based on a Vogard patent IWC acquired in late 2014, the the Pilot’s Watch Timezoner Chronograph is the brands first timepiece where a new time zone, including the date, can be set merely by turning the bezel.
For IWC’s engineers, creating the Pilot’s Watch Timezoner Chronograph (Ref. IW395001) meant bringing together three technologies: the city ring from the Pilot’s Watch Worldtimer; a sprung rotating bezel, which cannot be moved inadvertently; and, from IWC’s latest Aquatimer generation, the external/internal rotating bezel mechanism that transfers the rotational movement to the inside of the watch. The result is a world time watch that shows its owner a new time zone and the time of day together with the 24-hour display and the new date, all with a simple twist of the wrist. The Pilot’s Watch Timezoner Chronograph is fitted with a calfskin strap.
Flyback chronograph with combined minute/hour totalizer. Additional 24h hand working in cooperation with the rotating bezel to show the time in selected timezones.
|Time:||Hours, Minutes, Small Seconds, Additional 24 Hour Hand (adjustable)|