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 watch.
Pilot’s Watch Timezoner Saint Exupéry Limited Edition Replica Watches
The best replica watch is made of ceramic with a brown rotating bezel and a tan-brown dial, inspired by the color of the pilot’s suit. From the era of the same name. The complete match is a matching brown calfskin strap with white contrast stitching. The red on the bezel indicates that “Paris” and “New York” are special editions. This logo is engraved with the names of 24 world cities, one for each time zone.
This watch is equipped with best 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.
This top replica watch commemorates the 80th anniversary of the French pilot Latécoère 521’s journey from Paris to New York. This is a milestone in the early history of aviation and is also of great significance in the aviation industry. The life of Saint-Exupéry is like writing “The Little Prince” while he was in New York. This is the new pilot’s time zone watch launched by IWC replica watches in 2016 with a 46mm stainless steel case. In the world time city circle, red represents “Paris” and “New York” respectively to commemorate the historic flight in 1939.