Military design elements are the inspiration for the IWC TOPGUN Navy Air Force Miramar watch series. Among the IWC professional pilot watches, the new 2012 TOPGUN Naval Air Force Watch is the focus of the entire series. The latest Miramar series also occupies an important position, paying tribute to the birthplace of the TopGun Navy Air Force elite in California. The official number of this watch brought to you today is: IW501902.
The TOPGUN Naval Air Force Watch, a large pilot series, combines the well-defined instrument design of the 1940s with modern watchmaking technology of the 21st century. And for the first time launched three models of matte gray, beige and green colors.
The Miramar watch series is based on the design elements of IWC’s traditional precision watches, such as the independent outer minute ring and inner hour ring. The shiny metallic gray ceramic case, beige hands and minute ring, and green fabric strap are inspired by military style.
The watch is equipped with components made of different materials, including a ceramic dial and case, while the crown is made of titanium and the unique IWC logo can be placed on the large titanium crown.
The watch is equipped with a soft green fabric strap and a titanium pin buckle buckle to create a prominent visual effect.
The watch features beige hands and minutes and red hours. It should be noted that the watch has a diameter of 48 millimeters and a thickness of 15 millimeters. Those who want to buy it need to see it clearly.
This is a 7-day power reserve display at 3 o’clock. The watch is equipped with a self-winding cal. 51111 automatic movement produced by IWC. This movement consists of 311 parts and can be continuous after being fully wound Run for 7 days.
The crown of the watch is made of titanium, which is different from the material used for the case. The screw-on oversized onion crown is quite powerful when adjusting time.
The watch strap is closed and open. The green woven strap is matched with the silver pin buckle strap, which is safe and individual.
This watch uses a dense bottom design, and the bottom is engraved with the TopGun badge pattern. The 51111 caliber built by IWC is one of the largest automatic movements in the world. Its detent-winding system can provide a power reserve of 8.5 days in a short time. The ingenious power reserve device enables the movement to stop automatically after 7 days of operation, thereby ensuring that the watch can run accurately for 7 days after the watch is fully chained.
Summary: The watch with double-sided anti-reflective sapphire glass can withstand the sudden pressure drop in the cockpit. From the hands-on photos, we can see how big the watch is. If it is worn by a thin person, it is generally uncontrollable. Of course, we can also see how beautiful the watch is.
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