Love this one on Nato but the idea of getting into another IWC Pilots watch is weighing on me heavily and I wouldn't be able to keep both. So details pics for those interested because I'd happily keep it otherwise.
Watch dates to 6/6/2013 originally purchased from Timeless Luxury. There's some subtle dings on the bezel and lugs so I'm calling it a very conservative 92%, Plus the crystal has a tiny pin head size scratch in it just above the anti-shock symbol that I cannot capture. I can barely see it with my eyes and it doesn't bother me. But for those that don't knowBremont replaces the crystal, bezel, anodized barrel, and in some cases the entire case because it's easier than attempting a polish on the super hardened case (1000 vickers as I recall).
Comes with regular length Bremont black leather strap with orange stitch and Bremont buckle. Also comes with a brown Bremont leather strap with cream stitch. Also comes with COSC certificate, all the papers, the cardboard box, brown leather case, orange springbar tool, and a set of matching orange barrel cufflinks. Price with or without brand new Bremont deployant listed below:
$2850. $2700 if you opted against the Deployant. Sorry, I don't deal with international buyers.
IWC not included. :tap:
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Life for Nick & Giles English changed significantly one clear day in March 1995. Nick was practicing for an air display with their father Euan. But the 1942 WWII Harvard aircraft they were flying was involved in an accident. Giles, waiting to take off for the next sortie was told that his father had been killed. His brother had broken over 30 bones and probably wouldn't make it.
Six months later, however, Nick was back in the air and being flown by Giles. But things would never be the same again. Life was too short to waste. The two brothers decided to pursue what they enjoyed most: a life crafting beautifully engineered mechanical devices.
When they weren't flying old aircraft, Nick & Giles had spent most of their childhood making things in the workshop of their gifted father - an ex-RAF pilot with a PHD in Aeronautical Engineering. Models. Restored cars. They even helped him to build an aircraft they still fly to this day. Euan was also passionate about mechanical timepieces. He would often bring home an old clock from an auction for the brothers to try and get going again. The passion lives on in the classic curve of a Bremont timepiece.
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