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            • Depth gauge

              The professional timepiece for those with a passion for exploring the ocean depths: with the improved depth gauge mechanism, the current and maximum depths can be displayed.

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            • Monopusher

              Pressing the multifunctional pusher twice starts and stops the chronograph. When it is pushed a third time, all the chronograph hands are reset to zero.

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            • Hacking tourbillon

              Watch lovers are fascinated by the aesthetics of the filigree tourbillon. The hacking tourbillon can be set precisely to the second and thus the entire gear train can be stopped.

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            • Digital Pallweber Display

              The rotating discs of the digital Pallweber display are moved by a separate wheel train with its own barrel. This ensures maximum precision and a 60-hour power reserve.

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            • IWC Universe

              IWC watch families reflect 150 years of watchmaking expertise. Discover IWC's universe of watch collections and find your favorite timepiece here.

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            • Tourbillon Mystère

              Watch lovers are fascinated by the arrangement of the “flying” tourbillon, consisting of 82 parts, against a deep black background.

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            • Grande Complication

              IWC’s Grande Complication has a a total of 20 displays and functions, including the perpetual calendar, moon phase display and more.

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            • Timezoner

              The perfect Universal Time Coordinated (UTC) watch: with the Timezoner, a single turn of the bezel displays the time, including 24-hour display, and the date for a new time zone.

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            • Retrograde date display

              This analogue type of display with a hand and scale gives the wearer a very special feel for the passing of time.

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            • Moon phase display

              IWC’s moon phase displays are not just aesthetic works of art – they are extremely precise and diverge from the actual phase of the moon by just 1 day in 577.5 years.

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            • Double moon phase

              The moon phase and its mirror image show the state of the moon in both the northern and southern hemispheres.

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            • Perpetual calendar with digital date and month displays

              The perpetual calendar with four display discs consists of 185 individual parts and shows the date and month with large digits in separate windows.

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            • Calibre Family 32000

              The 32000-calibre family was designed with the focus on robustness and reliability. The automatic movements are fitted with components made of silicon and have a large power reserve.

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            • Calibre Family 50000

              The 50000-calibre family features the efficient Pellaton pawl-winding system with a 7-day power reserve and a Breguet spring for maximum precision.

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            • Calibre Family 52000

              The twin barrels are the trademark feature of the 52000-calibre family. They supply the watches with sufficient energy for a 7-day power reserve and drive energy-sapping complications like the annual calendar and perpetual calendar.

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            • Calibre Family 59000

              Watch connoisseurs look forward to the weekly ritual of manually winding IWC-manufactured 59000-calibre-family movements to ensure that they run precisely for 8 days.

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            • Calibre Family 69000

              Movements from the 69000-calibre family are used in all IWC watches that require a precise, robust and high-performance chronograph movement.

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            • Calibre Family 80000

              With its integrated shock absorber, the 80000-calibre family ensures maximum efficiency even under extreme conditions in various models that feature the Pellaton automatic winding system.

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            • Calibre Family 82000

              The IWC-manufactured 82000 calibre is a robust and reliable automatic movement. Components in the system subject to pronounced stress are made of virtually wear-free ceramic.

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            • Calibre Family 89000

              The 89000-calibre family includes powerful chronograph movements with flyback function, which are used, for example, for the big digital date and month displays.

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            • It's star time

              The Portugieser Sidérale Scafusia is a star up in the firmament of Haute Horlogerie. Ten years of intensive development work have gone into this impressive masterpiece.

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            • Florentine Ariosto Jones

              Florentine Ariosto Jones, who founded IWC in 1868, is one of the most important but also most enigmatic figures in the history of IWC. Find out more.

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            • Aesthetic appeal with a longer service life

              An IWC is not only a precision instrument for showing the time but also the ideal piece of jewelry to adorn the wrist of a man of the world. Find out more.

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            • Time that runs like clockwork

              Depending on the stresses and strains to which they are exposed, around 50 points in the movement are treated with oils and greases developed especially for use in wristwatches.

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            • When a complication is grande

              IWC’s Grande Complication watches, especially the Portugieser Grande Complication, represent the pinnacle of traditional watchmaking. Find out more.

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            • Small World

              The IWC Portugieser Grande Complication is a beautifully designed way of summarizing time as the motor of all change: a time machine that shows a tilted globe on the dial.

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            • Lighter and harder than steel

              IWC has been making watch componenets like the ceramic cases for various watches over a period of almost 30 years. The main challenge lies in the highly complex manufacturing process.

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            • eternity in digits

              The 89800 caliber redefined the digital date display. The triple-disc mechanism in the perpetual calendar features displays for the date, month and year.

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            • Where time flies

              Ask watchmakers, and one thing is soon clear: their favourite complication is the tourbillon. At the same time, it is one of the most demanding. Find out more.

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            • IWC’s New Proprietary 52000-Calibre Family

              Technical improvements for maximum precision - The IWC-manufactured movements in the new 52000-calibre family feature numerous technical upgrades. Find out more.

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            • A Seedbed of Innovation

              For almost 50 years now, the Da Vinci has stood for innovation in fine watchmaking and embodies the inventiveness and ingenuity of IWC’s engineers.

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            • Veni, Vidi, Da Vinci

              At the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) watch fair, IWC Schaffhausen celebrated the arrival of the new Da Vinci collection. Find out more.

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            • #IWCBluedial: a design trend from schaffhausen is taking the watch world by storm

              About 50 years ago, IWC Schaffhausen created watches with blue dials. In doing so, the watchmaker from north-east Switzerland set off a design trend. Find out more.

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            • Turning time into chimes

              Turning time into chimes - in bygone days, people relied on the minute repeater to tell them the time even when it was completely dark. Find out more.

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            • A Strict Head Timer and a Precision Watch

              “Chef régleur” Jean Häberli won gold medals for IWC more than a century ago. He was responsible for the accurate timing of watches leaving Schaffhausen.

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            • The Dream of Flying

              Numerous special editions of IWC’s legendary Pilot’s Watches have been sold, with part of the proceeds going to the Antoine De Saint-Exupéry Youth Foundation and its partner organizations.

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            • All Wound Up

              Before a mechanical watch movement can start moving, it needs an energy source to drive it. That energy source is the watch mainspring. Find out more.

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            • Collector Hans-Conrad Stamm

              Engineering and history are not all that attracts IWC collector Hans-Conrad Stamm to IWC watches. For him, a watch is “the only piece of jewellery a man can wear”. Find out more.

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            • A matter of adjustment

              For an IWC watch to run accurately, the oscillations of the balance require careful adjustment. Find out more.

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            • The constant is force

              IWC’s constant-force mechanism ensures that the escapement delivers an absolutely even supply of power and delivers unprecedented precision. Find out more.

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