IWC and JU-AIR Aviation--IWC Pilot Chronograph "JU-AIR" Special

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IWC and Swiss airline JU-AIR has maintained a close partnership over the years. In today's world's remaining eight airworthy vintage JU-52 type aircraft, there is a printed at IWC brand identity for up to two decades. In 2000, this aircraft is to promote the brand that time introduced a new pilot watch also conducted a flight around the world. Time, perfectly confirms the JU-52 models unparalleled outstanding performance. JU-AIR airlines JU-52 aircraft was born, and to support this classic models continue skies for the mission. To pay tribute to the outstanding contribution to the JU-AIR Airlines, IWC will launch a special IWC Pilot Chronograph "JU-AIR" special edition, limited edition of 500 worldwide.
IWC Pilot Chronograph
As a renowned Swiss watchmaker, IWC they formed a continuous design and launched pilot watches tradition since 1936. Now comes the IWC sponsor JU-AIR 20 anniversary of aviation, IWC as an opportunity to launch a new pilot chronograph "JU-AIR" Special Edition (Model: IW387809), in order to build a stainless steel case, the world's limited issue 500.
The tribute JU-AIR airline steel watch adhering to the cockpit instrument panel design classic style pilot series watch. Rhodium-plated watch with a dial, hour, minute and "12:00", "3:00", "6:00" and "9:00" bits timescale are covered with white luminous coating, ensuring the wearer in a dimly lit under conditions can still be clearly read the time. Central chronograph dial needle is second hand, "12 o'clock" position of the pointer on the dial indicator accumulated a small number of minutes. This watch with flyback function, press the reset button chronograph to zero immediately, and immediately begin a new round of timing. Position at "6:00" red small seconds display the watch is working properly, and if it can be adjusted from time to time to stop. Watch equipped with the IWC 89365 type made ​​mechanical movement with a power reserve of 68 hours, minutes and seconds simultaneously with timing functions. IWC's designers to adjust the date display window design, it looks more like a cockpit instrument panel styling, digital altimeter is designed with its vertically aligned exactly the same striking red triangle indicates the current date, this design has now become the hallmark of the IWC pilot replica watches, which is inspired by the red lights on the dashboard aircraft. Table at the end of an engraved watch Junkers JU-52 aircraft, also carved in the table at the end of "One out of 500" words ("500 One") indicates that a limited edition of its noble status.