The IWC Pilot's Watch Double Chronograph Edition “Patrouille Suisse”

The IWC Pilot's Watch Double Chronograph Edition “Patrouille Suisse”

01 June 2014 | IWC , Collecting Watches , Pilot's Watches

The IWC Pilot’s Watch Double Chronograph

Edition “Patrouille Suisse”

IWC has debuted a new limited edition Pilot's watch, the IWC Pilot's Watch Double Chronograph Edition “Patrouille Suisse”. This is the second time the maison from Schaffausen names a Pilot watch after the renowned Swiss aerobat team, after having launched some years ago a limited edition Pilot chronograph.

IWC Patrouille Suisse Split Seconds IW377805

What distinguishes this limited edition timepiece from the stock model are its shot-blasted stainless steel case, its grey dial and the engraving on the case back that alludes to the Northrop F-5E Tiger II jet fighters used by the Swiss aerobat team. IWC is actually not using the official team logo as it is, I think, being used by Breilting which officially partners with the Patrouille Suisse and has released a special edition of its Chronomat GMT (HERE is our article).

IWC Patrouille Suisse Split Seconds IW377805 front and back evi

The IWC Pilot's Watch Double Chronograph Edition “Patrouille Suisse” is the collector's edition of the IWC classic split seconds chrono and boasts its same features: has a 46mm wide and 17,5mm thick case, is powered by the 79230 caliber (not in-house), has a soft iron inner case to protect the movement against magnetic fields and will be produced in just 250 pieces, available mainly at the IWC's swiss boutiques and retailers.

For further information please visit iwc.com.

For full details about this watches, check this watch data sheet at WatchBase.com

IWC Patrouille Suisse Split Seconds IW377805 front and back IWC Patrouille Suisse Split Seconds IW377805 IWC Patrouille Suisse Split Seconds IW377805_back IWC Patrouille Suisse Split Seconds IW377805 front

(Photo credit: courtesy of IWC)

Federico N. @Horbiter ®

  1. user Enzo Lupi scrive:

    Grazie mille!

    • Horbiter scrive:

      Grazie Claudio Gaetano

    • Claudio scrive:

      9500 Franchi all'aeroporto di Zurigo, visto 2gg fa

  2. user Enzo Lupi scrive:

    Mi interesserebbe.Desidererei sapere il prezzo.

    • Horbiter - Watches & Luxury Horbiter - Watches & Luxury scrive:

      Ciao Enzo il prezzo del "Jubilee Edition" non è stato reso pubblico. Lo Split Seconds in gamma (non edizione limitata) ha un prezzo di 11.200€. Questa versione costerà ovviamente di più. Ce ne sono pochi disponibili in giro. Se sei a Milano mi vengono in mente Pisa Orologeria (http://www.pisaorologeria.com/it/) oppure Orologeria Luigi Verga (http://www.luigiverga.it/it/punti-vendita/) entrambi rivenditori autorizzati IWC. Cercando on line ne ho trovato uno qui: http://www.watches.de/it/products/iwc/iwc-pilots-double-chrono-3778-05-patrouille-suisse-iw377805-limited-250-pcs Saluti Federico

  3. user Enzo Lupi scrive:

    Mi interesserebbe.Desidererei sapere il prezzo

    • Horbiter scrive:

      Ciao Enzo il prezzo del "Jubilee Edition" non è stato reso pubblico. Lo Split Seconds in gamma (non edizione limitata) ha un prezzo di 11.200€. Questa versione costerà  ovviamente di più. Ce ne sono pochi disponibili in giro. Se sei a Milano mi vengono in mente Pisa Orologeria (http://www.pisaorologeria.com/it/) oppure Orologeria Luigi Verga (http://www.luigiverga.it/it/punti-vendita/) entrambi rivenditori autorizzati IWC. Cercando on line ne ho trovato uno qui: http://www.watches.de/it/products/iwc/iwc-pilots-double-chrono-3778-05-patrouille-suisse-iw377805-limited-250-pcs Saluti Federico

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