IWC PILOT'S WATCH MID SIZE is sold out. p>
Purchased at the store. thank you. p>
IWC's Pilot's Watch Collection began in 1948 with the Mark 11 Navigation Watch, built for the British Air Force, and faithfully inherits its extremely simple instrument design.
This watch was announced in 2006 and is not named Mark XVI, but the design is exactly the same, so it can be said that it is a middle size model of Mark XVI (Mark XVI is a model). 39mm case)
The rugged appearance up to Mark 15 has changed to a more sophisticated one.
The 6 o'clock and 9 o'clock markers on the index have been removed and only on the bar. The needle has been changed to a rhombus called Lausanju. p>
Also, the date display was written as black on a white background, but it is now white on a black background to match the dial.
It's a classification of professional watches that can be used both on and off like Rolex Explorer I.
The big feature is the case size of 34mm, which is a size that matches very well with the narrow arm of 15-16cm. Of course, it is also recommended for those who have more arms and who like a small pilot watch. p>
The thickness of the watch is as thin as 10 mm, so you won't get tired even if you wear it. It often looks like.
Luminous paint is designed so that only the 6 o'clock / 9 o'clock / 12 o'clock part shines.
Like a pilot watch, the soft iron inner case protects the movement and is extremely magnetically resistant. I think it's safe to say that you don't have to worry about magnetism in your daily life.
It's fashionable to match the NATO strap in the summer and the black leather belt in other cases without any discomfort. p>