2022 IWC PILOT’S WATCH CHRONOGRAPH 41 'MERCEDES-AMG PETRONAS F1' main image

IWCPilot's Watch Chronograph 41

Model: IW388108

Product overview

  • Box:Yes
  • Papers:Yes
  • Age:2022
  • Movement:automatic
  • Condition Grade:AA
  • Case Size:41mm
  • Case:Titanium
  • Dial:Petronas Green Arabic Numeral
  • Bracelet:Petronas Green Rubber

Lot overview

  • LOT: #5462
  • Location:London, United Kingdom
  • Seller:
    (private) Sold by an individual
  • Currency:GBP

KEY FACTS

  • ​Offered by a private collector in the United Kingdom
  • ​A one-owner watch purchased from new
  • Presented with its display box, outer sleeve, guarantee card, and all paperwork
  • ​Covered by IWC’s two-year factory warranty until 2024
  • Graded ‘AA’ for condition by the vendor who reports the watch to be in good working order

FUNCTIONS

  • ​Hours, minutes, seconds, day, date, chronograph
  • Powered by IWC’s 69385 calibre
  • Automatic winding with a 46-hour power reserve
  • Water resistant to 100 metres

SUMMARY

Created to celebrate IWC Schaffhausen’s long-term sponsorship of the multiple title-winning Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula 1 Team, this 2022 watch is an F1-inspired version of the Swiss brand’s much-loved Pilot’s Chronograph. This reference reflects the colour scheme of the team’s 2022 challenger thanks to the grey tones of the 41mm titanium case, and the turquoise dial details and strap. This detailed rubber strap also incorporates IWC’s latest EasX-CHANGE system which allows quick tool-free changes. Underlining this IWC’s sporting credentials is the fact that it has been seen on the wrists of drivers George Russell, Lewis Hamilton, and team principal Toto Wolff.

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