IWC Big Pilot Chronograph

IWC Big Pilot Chronograph

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The IWC Bit Pilot is not just a watch, but a very sturdy accessory that will definitely prove useful in tough times; created for a pilot, this watch encompasses roughness under great technology.  If you are one of the men who prefer a reliable watch, but with a simpler design, this watch is surely what you need. Made with the best materials and having a nice, smooth design, you will certainly appreciate it on your wrist in any situation. So, it’s no wonder why there are replica watches of this model available, but not all are great, and some may have big differences that can be hardly overlooked.

IWC Big Pilot Chronograph

Here we have two watches, one a replica and the other an original model; we will compare them and see what the differences between them are. The first difference that we see is on the hour markings; they are slightly different on the replica watch, but not extremely noticeable. It seems that the original watch has very thick numbers for each hour, however the replica watch has numbers with a much thinner design. The next difference between the two watches is the design of the chronographs; on the replica watch they have thicker numbers and they are more in depth than on the replica watch.

Fake IWC Big Pilot Chronograph

Another difference between these watches is noticeable on the top chronograph, which seems to have different numbers than the one on the original watch. The chronograph on the replica watch has numbers 4, 8 and 12 written on it, but the chronograph on the original watch has numbers 10, 20 and 30 written on it. The same happens with the left chronograph where we can easily see that there are different numbers; the numbers on the replica watch are 06, 08 and 10 but on the original watch we have the following sequence of numbers: 20, 40 and 60. The last difference between these two watches is also on a chronograph, this time on the bottom chronograph; on the replica watch the chronograph has the following numbers: 6, 12, 18, and 24 but on the original watch it has numbers: 3, 6, 9 and 10.

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