Aquatimer Perpetual Calendar
Aquatimer Deep Three
Aquatimer Automatic 2000
Aquatimer Chronograph Edition "Expedition Charles Darwin"
Aquatimer Chronograph Edition "La Cumbre Volcano"
Aquatimer Chronograph Edition "Galapagos Islands"
Aquatimer Chronograph Edition "Expedition Jacques-Yves Cousteau"
The puristic three-hand watch is water-resistant to 30 bar.
Thanks to the new IWC bracelet quick-change system, swapping the steel bracelet for a rubber strap and vice versa is a snap.
In the version with the black dial, the displays relevant to the dive itself are coated in green.
The watch is available with a black or silver-plated dial, and a matching black rubber strap or stainless-steel bracelet.
The rugged cliffs running along the coast, where the glittering silver Pacific crashes onto the jet-black igneous rock, is probably the most typical view of the Galapagos Islands. IWC’s designers took much of their inspiration for the colour scheme of the new Aquatimer Automatic in stainless steel from this meeting of the elements. The basic model in the Aquatimer family comes with a black or silver-plated dial, complete with a matching black rubber strap or stainless-steel bracelet. In the version with the black dial, the dive-related displays are coated with luminescent green Super-LumiNova®*. The model with the silver-plated dial looks particularly elegant: the colour of the inlaid luminescent material is slightly more discreet, which does not detract from its legibility in the dark or adverse visibility conditions. The clear-cut design of the watch, which has just three hands, likewise makes underwater orientation faster and simpler. Like all the models in the new collection, the Aquatimer Automatic is equipped with the innovative external/internal rotating bezel featuring the SafeDive system. With a case measuring just 42 millimetres in diameter, the Aquatimer Automatic is the smallest model in the diver’s watch family, and it’s dial the most purist.
*IWC Schaffhausen is not the legal owner of the Super-LumiNova® trademark.
With a case measuring 42 millimetres in diameter, the Aquatimer Automatic is the smallest model in the IWC diver’s watch family. The increase in pressure-resistance from 12 bar to 30 bar provides a bigger safety margin when diving to great depths.
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