They don’t come much bigger than this, a 46.2mm military aviator’s watch with a huge character to match its size. The Big Pilot’s story begins in 1940, when perfect replica IWC first made timepieces for military navigators, producing oversized B-Uhr flieger high quality replica watches with pocket watch movements and distinctive, cockpit-style dials. In 2002, luxury fake IWC launched an official successor to the famous aviator’s watch, which became the IWC Big Pilot.
The latest 1:1 replica IWC features a humongous 46.2mm steel case, wrapped around one of the most legible matte black dials in the business. Large lumed hour markers circulate the dial, with a power reserve sub-dial at 3 o’clock, and massive sword hands. Another distinguishing feature carried over from the originals is the oversized onion crown, designed to allow pilots to operate it easily when wearing gloves. Inside the aaa quality fake IWC beats the in-house IWC 52010 movement, a self-winding automatic with a 4Hz beat rate and and a whopping 168 hours of power reserve.
At almost 16mm thick, you would think it’s not easy to wear, especially seeing as dials like this tend to make a watch look bigger than it is, but this isn’t the case. The cheap fake IWC Big Pilot is actually a fairly comfortable wear, and of course lends itself well to being worn on larger wrists, especially with the studded calfskin strap. I don’t fly a plane, and I’d hazard a guess that most of you reading don’t either, however, pilot’s super clone watches play a big part in the watch world, and the Swiss movement copy IWC Big Pilot is one of the best you can buy, even more so if you’ve got a big wrist to put it on. Price: starting from A$20,300