The Junkers Ju-52 can be a German tri- motor transport aircraft it found both military and private service throughout the 1930s. For 2 ages, the IWC logo has been maintained by one of only seven airworthy vintage JU-52s outstanding worldwide and, in the year 2000, started out on a circumnavigation of the globe to publicise a fresh IWC Pilot’s Watch.
Now, in honour of the flight specifically proven to maintain the vintage aircraft aloft, the IWC Pilot’s View Chronograph Model “JU-AIR”, having a limited edition of 500 watches, is not unready for takeoff.
For sightseeing routes in Switzerland, JU-OXYGEN, located in Situated In Dübendorf near Zurich, can be used with four Ju-52’s within their fleet. Encouraging the airline for the prior two decades, IWC has grown a partnership with JU-AIR based over a good appreciation of the Junkers Ju-52 airplane, among which happily shows the IWC brand.
The tribute to the Junkers Ju-52 aircraft is one of the “Spitfire” point. It’s there watch powered from the self-winding a 43 metal pilot’s 89365 calibre with 68 hours of power-reserve. This motion that is physical generated solely inhouse, includes a stopwatch purpose, a date screen, small coughing seconds, in addition to a flyback chronograph. The watch occurs a black alligator band having a stainless steel folding gear.
The watch’s call is rhodium-plated to the silver color of the Junkers Ju-52 jet in reference and includes a sunburst finish. The steel Arabic numeral appliqués are stuffed with SuperLuminova that was white as will be the three central fingers. The day is seen in a sizable aperture at 3 o’clock built to look like an altimeter. The small moments reaches 6 o’clock experiencing the 60-second chronograph table at noon.
The stainless steel case-back has been etched using a Junkers Ju-52 and functions the wording “One out of 500” in reference to items for this edition’s number.
PILOT’S WATCH CHRONOGRAPH VARIATION “JU – AIR” REF. IW387809