Published on June 25th, 2019 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


IWC Pilots exhibition in July

This July at the Pavilion mall in Kuala Lumpur it is all about pilot’s watches from IWC.

From July 1st, IWC latest collection of Pilot’s watches will be on display at the centre court and also some 12 historical timepieces from IWC will be showcased.

For over 80 years, IWC Schaffhausen has brought man’s dream of flying to our wrists with its expertly engineered Pilot’s Watches. The story of IWC’s Pilot’s Watches began in 1936 in Schaffhausen with the Special Watch for Pilotswhich was developed by keen pilots who knew exactly what was needed in a timepiece for the cockpit.

12 years later, IWC’s engineers unveiled the Mark 11 – a purist, navigational ticker that continues to inspire, up until now, the design and functionality of the company’s Pilot’s Watches. Get up close with these iconic creations, as they make a rare appearance in Malaysia outside the IWC Museum.

IWC Schaffhausen introduced to the world not just a watch, but a cockpit instrument that takes into account every pilot’s most pressing need.

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