The automatic winding movement from the new 32000 series manufacturing caliber debuted in the case of the Pilot’s Clone China Watch Automatic Spitfire.
It is wrapped with IWC’s equally popular manual winding Calibre 89, which has a soft iron inner shell to protect it from the adverse effects of magnetism. The boldly designed dial is legible both day and night. The Mark XII with automatic movement and date followed close behind, but connoisseurs had to wait until 1994 to make its final appearance.
An Elegant Pilots’ Watch
The name “Spitfire” first appeared at the turn of the millennium. Its pale dial is considered “a more elegant sign”, but it is somewhat overshadowed by the 14th generation incarnation of the classic pilot watch. The pilot grade 1 replica watch Mark XVIII can still be found in the IWC digital catalog, but only in the “Le Petit Prince” version.
The new Pilot’s Watch Automatic Spitfire is equipped with the newly manufactured Calibre 32110. IWC 1:1 replica watch has launched two versions: our tested watch with a stainless steel case, black dial and green fabric strap; and a version with a bronze case, green dial and dark brown calfskin strap.
The matte stainless steel case has a narrow and steep bezel and a huge screw-in back cover. The diameter is moderate at 39 mm, so it is 1 mm smaller than the Mark XVIII case.
With a height of 10.86 mm, it gives it a sporty appearance and is also a suitable thickness for classic pilot watches. The Swiss Movement IWC replica watches homemade 32110 movement helps to increase the height of the case: the movement thickness is 4.2 mm. Its diameter is 28.2 mm.
The Elegant Spitfire Became a Typical Pilots’ Watch
The eye-catching pilot dial is also adapted from this watch-almost more so from the Mark XV. It “speaks” with the design vocabulary of classic pilot watches: pure instrument design, strong black and white contrast, neat minute scale, easy-to-read hour numbers, large lanceolate hands and triangles instead of the number 12.