INTRODUCING THE UK QUALITY REPLICA IWC BIG PILOT’S WATCH SHOCK ABSORBER XPL

One of the truly fun things about Watches & Wonders (and Baselworld and SIHH in previous years) is that it allows brands to present watches that act as a pure flex. For some brands it’s wild gem setting and diamond applications that you simply can’t believe, and for others it’s mind bending super complicated replica watches that cram an enormous amount of vital (and not so vital) information into a single display (or, you know, four displays – but we’ll get to the new Reverso later). For copy IWC, it’s a chance to show off a next generation shock absorption technology that takes impact resistance to another level, and they’re doing it under the banner of a watch that’s a veritable modern classic.

The high quality copy IWC Big Pilot’s Watch Shock Absorber XPL is the first watch to come out of IWC’s new engineering division, IWC Experimental. “New” is a relative term here, as the brand tells us that it took 8 years of research and development to produce the final product. At a high level, this is a very tech-forward version of the classic Big Pilot, rendered in Ceratanium and measuring a healthy 44mm across.

But it’s a lot more than that – this 44 mm copy IWC watch is all about protecting the movement from impact. Shock absorption is a problem that watchmakers have grappled with for years. From Incabloc systems designed to protect the fragile balance wheel, to space age materials developed for their lightness and rigidity used by the likes of Richard Mille, creating a robust watch that can stand up to impacts has been a pursuit that has driven brands for decades.

IWC’s stab at a new shock absorbing system comes from the perspective of a maker of pilot’s watches, which when used for their intended purpose are subject to g-forces that are not frequently seen when restricted to land.The crux of the Shock Absorber XPL is IWC’s SPRING PROTECT system. This patented system uses a cantilever spring to protect movement from g-forces generated as the result of an impact. Like other shock absorbing systems (not just on watches, but on cars and other vehicles) it allows the object it’s protecting (the movement in this case) to keep moving for a split second after an impact, and then come to a controlled stop in a more gentle way inside the watch’s case.

Unlike other shock absorbing systems (at least as they’re applied to watches) some trick engineering has been applied to the spring that allows it to sustain an impact that’s far beyond what any pilot is likely to experience. IWC claims they’ve achieved “perfect form” in designing the spring, allowing for an even distribution of strength across its entire length and width. This process, according to Swiss movement copy IWC, simply took a great deal of time and engineering to get right.

The other major innovation within the SPRIN-g PROTECT system is the use of Bulk Metallic Glass (BMG) to make the spring. According to cheap IWC copies, BMG has an “amorphous microstructure” that gives it an elasticity that makes it ideal for an application like this. The movement is surrounded by a lightweight titanium ring that reduces the mass carried by the anti-shock system, and indeed the movement itself (caliber 32115) has been customized to be lightweight through the use of high tech aluminum alloys. The principle here is clear: get the most out of the shock absorbing system by making the movement and the rest of the watch as light as possible.

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Business trips tend to be formal occasions, but vacations are usually more casual, although just how casual may depend on the destination. An eye-catching and colorful watch is a good choice at the beach and at a beach bar. For example, best quality fake Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600m, with its blue ceramic case and orange elements like the 24-hour scale for the second time zone, will attract attention.

This Omega replica timepiece with blue dial also satisfies all the requirements expected of a divers’ watch, so it can be worn both above and below the water while vacationing in Polynesia.

People who prefer to fly to London or New York rather than to the South Seas can also find suitable watches with a second time zone that won’t seem garish when they’re worn in a café or a museum. For example, gray dial copy Panerai Luminor Due 3 Days GMT Power Reserve is a slimmer version of Panerai’s usually burly, martial timepieces, which recall the brand’s tradition of supplying wristwatches to navy frogmen.

This model also shows the second time zone in a way that predestines it for stays in the U.S. The hour hand for the second time zone is on a subdial that is marked with “pm” on the left half and “am” on the right half. The corresponding hand circles the subdial in 24 hours.

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The Swiss made replica Zenith Defy Classic Carbon stands out among all of the watches on this list as it is the only watch that includes a bracelet made of solid carbon as well. Considering the saturation of integrated-bracelet sports watches on the market, it is refreshing to see Zenith push the boundaries of what we have come to expect from an increasingly familiar framework.

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The 41mm case is 100 metres water-resistant and the entire watch, including its bracelet, weighs a mere 65 grams. Unlike the Panerai above, Zenith has opted to leave a more organic carbon texture on the case – imbuing its appearance with an almost camouflage effect. Though it is made of carbon, both the case and bracelet feature sharp bevels. While not a mirror finish, the bevelling elevates the aesthetic of the sporty watch and adds a touch of elegance into the mix.

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The openwork dial proudly displays the hi-tech movement within. The Elite movement, comprised of 187 components, includes both a silicon escape-wheel and lever – making its internals as futuristic and high-tech as its externals. With 50 hours of power reserve, the watch may not last an entire weekend without a wind like some of the others above. But with such a watch in your collection, it would be hard not to make this bad boy your weekend warrior.

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The latter defines the tool watch: built to be useful, to resist, and for strength, accompanying its wearer on adventures during which it may even prove to be a vital companion.

Although the tool watch forms part of the bedrock of contemporary watchmaking, it would be a mistake to think that it first appeared in the 2000s. In actual fact, it has existed ever since wristwatches shifted from pure ornamentation to pure functionality. The latter defines the tool watch: built to be useful, to resist, and for strength, accompanying its wearer on adventures during which it may even prove to be a vital companion. Generally speaking, tool watches have three hands, but not necessarily a date. Occasionally, they come with a rotating bezel. This is usually unidirectional on diving models and bidirectional for racing watches; the latter also feature a chronograph complication, preferably with a flyback function. They tend to be black and made of steel or titanium. They are often military in origin (except for those designed for specific categories of very demanding users). Rolex, Blancpain, Tudor, and Breitling cite a wide range of missions, expeditions, campaigns, climbs and explorations – underground, underwater, or in the air – during which such watches have performed their duties without a hitch.

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No-Nonsense

These timepieces are devoid of embellishments, robust, highly readable and uncluttered. They could almost be described as expendable, were it not for the fact that they have often played a vital role. Indeed, in the wake of vintage military trends and the quest for a no-frills style, their popularity has risen over the past 20 years, and shows no signs of slackening off. This backdrop helps explain the emergence of models such as Blancpain’s Bathyscaphe, a simplified version of its Fifty Fathoms – the contemporary reinterpretations of which are more in the luxury sports category than full-on tool watches. Then there’s the Tudor Black Bay, an iconic diving model now available on civvy street, and imbued with so much vintage spirit and finely-honed detail that it’s become the brand’s best-seller. It’s much the same story for several so-called ‘professional’ and ‘technical’ references from Rolex, the brand that has undoubtedly officialised the genre. Its aptly-named Explorers, Submariners, and GMT-Masters were brought into being with a view to being useful rather than merely decorative. The tool watch has also resulted in two watch accessories (although ‘accessory’ is hardly the right word anymore, since these are now essential style markers for contemporary timepieces): the metal (i.e. steel) bracelet, and the fabric strap, NATOstyle first and foremost (though there are others). The influence of these vintage styles has been crucial in defining many contemporary successes, and the trend shows no signs of waning.

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This Is Possibly the Most Underrated UK Swiss Movement Rolex Replica Watch

The Explorer is a fake Rolex sport watch in its purest form. It’s unflashy but recognizable, and it presents the features, design language and history that underpins multiple icons of the brand. Most of all, however, it’s known as the watch that accompanied the first humans confirmed to summit Mount Everest. (Sort of.)
The story of Everest and the Explorer is important and exciting, but it requires some unpacking and qualification right up front: Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay reached the summit of the world’s tallest mountain in 1953, and Rolex had sponsored the expedition and provided a watch. Just like when Rolex placed its waterproof Oyster replica watch on the wrist of Mercedes Gleitze for her 1923 swim across the English Channel, it was a brilliant marketing and publicity coup.

The Explorer’s role in the 1953 expedition has been so mythologized, however, it’s also been closely scrutinized, as nerdy watch collectors are want to do. Some have questioned what watch Hillary was actually wearing the moment he stepped foot on the peak, as he also had his own Smiths De Luxe watch with him — but there’s no way to confirm one way or the other. Both watches made the trip and both companies prominently advertised it. (Interestingly, it would seem that Norgay chose to take his own gold Rolex Datejust on the British 1953 expedition — one that he received as a gift from the company following an expedition in 1952). Which watches actually summited the mountain is still cause for fierce debate.
It’s also noteworthy that the high quality Rolex replica provided was an Oyster Perpetual made in 1950 before there was such thing as an Explorer collection. Just as Hillary would later be knighted and have Sir tacked onto his name for the achievement, the Oyster Perpetual would only later be branded with “Explorer” on its dial. The Oyster Perpetual that went to Everest had a white dial, dagger indices, leaf hands, and lacked most of the design cues associated with the Explorer today.

Many of those traits, along with the “Explorer” designation, would be introduced the very same year as the Everest expedition. The 1953 reference 6350 had the proven-rugged Oyster case, automatic winding, the 3-6-9 Arabic numerals, triangular 12 o’clock marker and Rolex’s iconic Mercedes handset — all features that existed on previous best Rolex replica watches, but which coalesced to celebrate the occasion. It also had a delectably cool dial texture which collectors have come to refer to as “honeycomb” due to its pattern.
So, if you buy a 2020 Rolex Explorer copy with black dial today, will it look at all like what was on Edmund Hillary’s wrist in 1953? Nope. But all the little details of the Explorer’s story serve to fill out its character and only make it more interesting. Between 1953 and the present, the Explorer has evolved but largely stayed true to the first model.
The biggest change came in 1971 when the collection was expanded to include the Explorer II, a watch with very different looks and functions but connected to the original in its stated purpose. The Explorer II has a larger case with crown guards, a fixed steel bezel with 24-hour markings and a GMT complication expressed as a big, bright orange arrow on the dial. With its own tales of adventure, it’s sporty and cool, and one of the most popular Rolex models today. (Why the fixed, 24-hour bezel and GMT function? It was made for spelunkers, so that they could tell whether it was AM or PM in the darkness of a cave.)

The poor Explorer, with its smaller case, plain black dial and simple functionality lacking even a date display, is largely overshadowed by the Explorer II and other more exciting Rolex sport watches. In 2010, the 36mm case established in 1953 was updated to a more modern 39mm, but because it’s somewhat overlooked, it happens to be one of the most accessible Rolex watches available today ($5,900) and makes for an excellent everyday watch.

To help the stainless steel bracelet fake Rolex Explorer stand out in the catalog, Rolex might consider bringing back the “honeycomb” dial texture with a modern execution. It would excite brand fans and capitalize on all the current vintage watch enthusiasm. Add an updated movement like other watches have recently received with (the caliber 3230), and voila: another Rolex hit — no need for a 41mm case, thanks.