IWC helps sport focused charity for the 12th time as it creates limited timepiece


IWC has unveiled a minimalist pilot watch, whose sales will be used to raise money for Laureus Sport for Good.

The Pilot’s Watch Mark XVIII Edition “Laureus Sport for Good Foundation” has the typical blue dial that has become the signature trademark of IWC’s special editions for Laureus.

Its 35111-calibre movement is protected against magnetic fields by a soft-iron inner case, and the glass is secured against sudden drops in air pressure.

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The piece is the 12th special edition launched by IWC as part of its commitment to support Laureus Sport for Good.

The dial has oversized numerals at each hour, apart from 12, as well as a date window at 3 o’clock. The movement powers the central hours and minutes hands.

It comes in a 41mm case made of black ceramic and is available in a limited edition of 1,500 individually numbered watches.

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