IWC Aquatimer Chronograph IW376903(Rrp £17,500)
IWC Aquatimer Chronograph IW376903. 44mm, 18K rose gold casing, housing an automatic movement. A power reserve of 68 hours. A transparent case-back to view the movement. Featuring a black carbon-fibre effect dial, with luminous index hour markers, and a white outer minutes track. Luminous central hours and minutes hands, with a central red arrow tipped chronograph hand, with rose gold push buttons. A small seconds sub-dial, with a date window at 6 o’clock. Additional sub-dials at 12 o’clock, with a 12 hours counter (inner sub-dial) and a 60 minutes counter(outer sub-dial). A uni-directional rotating bezel with 60 minute graduation. Upon a black rubber strap, with an 18K rose gold tang buckle. Box and papers dated 2013. (RRP £17,500)
The IWC Aquatimer, introduced in 1967, marked the brand’s entry into the world of professional diving watches. Initially designed for scientists, engineers, and recreational divers, it featured an innovative internal rotating bezel for precise dive time measurement. Over the years, the Aquatimer evolved with advancements in materials and technology. In 2009, IWC introduced the Aquatimer 2000, capable of descending to extreme depths. The collection continued to expand, incorporating materials like bronze and innovative features such as the SafeDive system for enhanced safety during dives. With its rich history, the IWC Aquatimer remains a symbol of precision, durability, and style in the realm of diver’s watches, combining Swiss craftsmanship with a commitment to underwater exploration.
18ct Rose Gold
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|Cost of Watch||£9950|
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