If you are one of those who wear your watch on your right wrist, IWC Schaffhausen has just launched a watch specially for you.
A first for IWC Schaffhausen, the latest version of its coveted Big Pilot’s Watch is known as the Big Pilot’s Watch Edition “Right-hander” that has been created because 40 percent of pilots are left-handed and therefore wear their watches on their right hand. Given that IWC Schaffhausen has such a rich history in aviation, this seems to be an ideal watch to launch in 2019.
IWC’s “Right-hander” has the same eye-catching design seen throughout the IWC family.
With a case diameter of 46.2 millimetres, this makes reading the time easier. IWC’s “Right-hander” comes with a stainless steel case with a soft iron inner case. The strap of the IWC’s “Right-hander” is crafted in black calfskin leather and has a sapphire convex glass.
What’s unique about this watch is the position of the iconic, conical-shaped screw-in crown that is neatly placed on the left-hand side of the “Right-hander”.
Driven by a 52010 IWC manufacture calibre, IWC’s “Right-hander” has a power reserve that can last up to 7 days.
The slate-coloured dial features a power reserve display situated at the “9 o’clock”, a small seconds hand at “3 o’clock” and a date display at “6 o’clock”.
With luminescent indices and hands, optimum legibility is guaranteed, even at night or in poor visibility conditions, perfect for the adventurous-loving man.
IWC Schaffhausen Big Pilot’s Watch Edition “Right-hander” has released 250 pieces that is available at IWC Boutiques from August 2019, with 3 months exclusivity in Australia and France for USD$14,200.