A legend pays tribute to its past: the Big Pilot's Watch from IWC is the uncompromising embodiment of the historic navigational instrument for pilots. In 2016, IWC took a step back towards the roots of the Big Pilot's Watch and gave it a gentle facelift. The IWC-manufactured 51111-calibre movement unites some of watchmaking's greatest achievements. The spring-mounted rotor and Pellaton pawl-winding system build up a power reserve of over 7 days. The power reserve display at "3 o'clock" indicates the time remaining until the movement comes to a stop. The Big Pilot's Watch has a date display at "6 o'clock" and the central seconds essential in any watch used for flying. The 46-millimetre case, which is water-resistant to 6 bar, encloses a soft-iron inner case that protects the movement against magnetic fields. The watch also features a striking conical crown. The legendary Junkers JU-52 plane is engraved on the case back of the Big Pilot's Watch. This timepiece is completed with a black calfskin strap by Santoni, which perfectly complements the watch.