Originally introduced back in 2012 in rose gold, IWC’s Spitfire Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month Chronograph has been given a makeover for 2015. Now sporting a 46 mm stainless steel case, the design — IWC’s only pilot to show the date and month digitally (via four large numerals) — sees a shiny anthracite dial with Arabic numerals, additional dials for seconds, leap year, 12-hour and 60-minute registers and twin digital date and month displays. As before, the piece is powered by a caliber 89801 automatic movement — with 51 jewels and a 68-hour power reserve — and comes complete with a sapphire crystal screw-down case back that highlights a Spitfire-shaped rotor.
The stainless steel edition of the Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month Chronograph is priced at $32,500 USD and is available now from IWC dealers.
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