The Tribeca Film Festival is famous for its showcase of both emerging and established filmmakers in the center of downtown New York. In its second year of support of this Tribeca Film Institute (the nonprofit affiliate connected with the Festival), IWC pilot spitfire utc replica watch has once more created a exceptional timepiece to be auctioned in conjunction with Antiquorum.
The aptly named Spitfire is a bold rendition of IWC’s modern Pilot’s Watch Chronograph. The slate-colored dial features two deep red subdials, a small hacking seconds at 12 o’clock along with a 60-minute enroll directly opposite in 6 o’clock. Arabic numerals summarized in red gold sit around the dial with a seconds monitor for the flyback chronograph function in the edge. At 3 o’clock, you will find an aperture for the altimeter-inspired date screen. All in all, the watch’s contrasting color scheme of deep red and background is inspired by Hollywood’s iconic red carpets along with the New York’s steely”grandeur,” according to IWC pilot spitfire mark xv limited edition replica watch. It’s the same colour scheme found on the dial of last year’s Tribeca watch, though that has been a Portuguese rather than a Pilot’s Chronograph.
The 18k red gold case measures 43mm, with a depth of 15.5mm, housing IWC Pilot’s Spitfire replica watch in-house self-winding calibre 89365 with 68-hour power book. While the solid case back doesn’t let you see the movement, it’s crafted entirely of gold and engraved with the Tribeca Film Festival Logo. There’s no denying that in steel this is a game watch through-and-through, but the red gold case and much more refined dial therapy give it a different character entirely.
The Pilot’s Watch Spitfire Edition is the second watch produced by IWC pilot spitfire chrono imitation watch to commemorate its own partnership with the Tribeca Film Festival. Last year we had a hands-on appearance at the very first , a limited edition Portuguese Automatic, that came in a limited edition of 100 steel pieces plus a exceptional platinum piece. The platinum special piece was projected between $20,000 and $30,000, but ended up selling for $60,000 at the Antiquorum auction.
The watch is part of a bigger package including VIP entry into the Tribeca Film Festival, luxury hotel accommodation, and an invitation to IWC pilot spitfire automatic imitation watch’s“For the love of Cinema” personal dinner.