When IWC recently opened a new boutique in Amsterdam, we had the opportunity to use the new IWC Pilot Watch timepiece “Le Petit Prince” in time. This latest version from the replica IWC Pilot Chrono watch includes a striking blue dial, version 3, to help the Antoine DE saint-exupery youth foundation in its efforts to eliminate illiteracy.
In the past year, the AAA IWC replica introduced two other “little prince” model: a big pilot watch calendar version – “the little prince” and the pilot watch the 17th edition of “the little prince” ¯ mark. Both have the same blue dial that appears to be the logo of IWC’s charity model, similar to the Classic Laureus Edition, a Portuguese chronograph launched a week ago. The new Pilot chronograph “Le Petit Prince” is really a premium edition, meaning it can only be used in IWC premium stores. Whether it’s getting one or the other side of the argument, these models of charitable organizations generally hold their value better than ordinary models around the secondary market. The platinum version from the Big Pilot watch calendar “Le Petit Prince” is sold for 173,000 Swiss francs to the Antoine DE saint-exupery foundation.
I don’t know if you should browse Le Petit Prince, or perhaps adapt the little Prince – if you haven’t already, please help and browse it – but it’s not just a good book, it’s something to think about. The book by Antoine DE saint-exupery has become a classic and is read in many languages worldwide. Antione DE saint-exupery is not only a writer, but also an airplane pilot and adventurer. Since 2006,cheap fake IWC watches has established a partnership with the beneficiaries of st. Exupery and their charity Antoine DE saint-exupery Youth Foundation.
From a technical point of view, this version can be compared to the regular IWC pilot chronometer, which USES the 79320 swiss copy IWC replica movement – an improved Valjoux 7750 – and a 43-millimeter round stainless steel case. The difference may be the “midnight blue” dial, which has a lot of use for hour markers at 12 o ‘clock, 3 o ‘clock, 6 o ‘clock and 9 o ‘clock. The Arabic numerals and hands are full of super-luminova and are extremely readable at night.