IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph Version JU-OXYGEN

Posted by Bobbie - August 4th, 2014

The Junkers Ju-52 is really a German tri- transportation airplane it saw both private and military support through the 1930s and 1940s. For just two ages, one has taken the IWC logo of only seven airworthy vintage JU-52s leftover global and, in the year 2000, started out on a circumnavigation of the world to promote a fresh IWC View.

Today, in honour of the flight specially proven to maintain the classic airplane aloft, the IWC Pilot’s View Chronograph Model “JU-AIR”, with a limited version of 500 watches, is ready for takeoff.

For flights in Switzerland, JU-OXYGEN, based in Based in Dübendorf near Zurich, is employed with four Ju-52’s in their navy. Helping the flight for the previous twenty years, IWC has developed a partnership with JU-air-based on a good admiration of the Junkers Ju-52 aircraft, among which happily features the IWC logo.

The tribute to the Ju-52 airplane belongs to the “Spitfire” point. It’s a 43 mm stainless pilot’s watch run by the selfwinding 89365 standard with 68 hours of power-reserve. This technical activity generated fully in-house, comes with a stopwatch purpose, a time display, a flyback chronograph, in addition to tiny hacking moments. The watch comes on a dark alligator band with a metal folding belt.

The watch’s dial is rhodium-plated to the Junkers Ju’s silver shade -52 airplane in reference and includes a sunburst finish. The steel Arabic numeral appliqués are full of SuperLuminova that was white as will be the three fundamental arms. The day is seen in a large aperture. The small seconds is at 6 o’clock experiencing the 60-minute chronograph table at midday.

The stainless steel case-back has been etched using a Junkers Ju-52 and features the inscription “One out of 500” in reference to pieces for this limited edition’s number.

Features

WATCH CHRONOGRAPH – AIR” REF. IW387809

FEATURES
Technical movement Self-winding – Day show Stopwatch function with units
and moments – Flyback function – Tiny coughing seconds – Twist-in crown – Secured against
Displacement by fall in air-pressure – Engraving of a JU-52 plane about the case-back –
Restricted to 500 watches

ACTION
IWC- standard 89365 that is produced
Consistency: 800 A/h / 4 Hz, 28
Gems: 35
Power reserve: 68 h
Winding: automated

OBSERVE
Supplies: stainless-steel rhodium, case -plated switch, hands and appliqués
Covered with Super- LumiNova®*, black alligator strap with
Folding clasp in stainless
Glass sapphire, convex coating on both sides
Waterresistant: 6 bar
Diameter: 43 mm
Scenario height: 15.5 mm

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