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This version was not commercialised; it was replaced by a version with black numerals and hands (IW3240-07)
The version shown is one of the models that did not make it into final production.
The ref. IW324006 is one of the models that was introduced after SIHH in favor of the versions discontinued.
The ref. IW324007 is one of the models that was introduced after SIHH in favor of the versions discontinued.
The current version (ref.IW324008), featuring a blue dial, is one of the models that was introduced after SIHH.
Universal Time Coordinated (UTC) is an international time standard that is identical with Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). In an increasingly globalized world, it provides a time constant. It is immensely important to pilots and travellers who change continents and time zones in rapid succession, or for business people who communicate with associates all over the world. In the late 1990s, especially for them, IWC began making a reliable wristwatch with two time zones: the Pilot?s Watch UTC with its 24-hour display. On the Pilot's watch UTC, local time is shown on the dial. This can be advanced or moved back in one-hour steps, even beyond the date. Home time (or UTC) is displayed in a 24-hour display window.
REF: IW3251-01. Pre-2003 versions powered by 37526.
The IWC Pilot's Watch UTC reference IW3251-10 is the Spitfire version of the regular UTC, having a silver dial with applied numerals.