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Panerai, OMEGA and IWC,who is the diving watch king in your heart?IWC?

Want to do a real player, should have all kinds of watches. From the choice of diving table, you can see that collectors have different tastes, some are interested in the appearance of diving tables, and some prefer their strong waterproof performance. Today, what we bring to you is a IWC diving watch.

this series is a fairly strong series of watches from all over the world, and the innovative, built-in, unidirectional rotating bezel is one of the most visible and iconic elements of the IWC diving watch. The advantage of a built-in rotary watch ring is to avoid accidental accidents caused by accidental contact while avoiding minor grit remaining in the exterior rotating bezel.

The arch ring is provided with a groove on a slender appearance of gentle curves, inspired by the classic Porsche produced in 1982 the 2000 ocean watch. The main color of pure white like the ocean lapping waves, lemon yellow second hand 9 point rich watch lively color. Waterproof depth from the original 12  elevation to 30 , that’s quite handsome! Whether you wear it to formal occasions or sport diving, it’s not stressed.

 

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IWC Aquatimer Automatic 2000

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There’s an embarrassment of excellent new divers coming to market right now, and IWC have jumped right in and announced the addition of three new additions to its well regarded diver’s watch family. One of these is the Aquatimer Automatic 2000(Ref. IW358001), so called because it is water resistant to 2000 meters.

IWC’s Aquatimer Automatic 2000 for 2016 comes with yellow hands and numerals and a black dial. The ori­gins of this timepiece go all the way back to 1982 with a watch designed by Ferdinand A. Porsche for mine clear­ance divers. The Aquatimer Automatic 2000 is intended for the ambitious amateur and professional divers alike.

It’s powered by an IWC-manufactured 80110-caliber movement with automatic winding and a 44-hour power reserve. Like other watches in the IWC portfolio the watch features a mechanical external/internal rotating bezel, the SafeDive system and luminescent elements. The movement is housed in a 46mm titanium case. The engraving of a deep-sea diver on the case back and the black rubber strap com­plete the sporty appeal of the watch.

Specifications

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FEATURES

  • Mechanical movement
  • Mechanical external/internal rotating bezel with SafeDive system
  • Date display
  • Central hacking seconds
  • Luminescent elements on hands, dial and internal rotating bezel
  • Screw-in crown
  • Back engraving
  • IWC bracelet quick-change system

MOVEMENT

  • In-house: calibre 80110
  • Frequency: 28,800 A/h | 4 Hz
  • Jewels: 28
  • Power reserve: 44 h
  • Winding: Automatic

WATCH

  • Materials: Titanium case, black dial, black rubber strap, titanium pin buckle
  • Glass: Sapphire, convex, antireflective coating on both sides
  • Water-resistant: 200 bar
  • Diameter: 46 mm
  • Height: 20.5 mm

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Why do we love them? Rolex Daytona 116508 and IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph.

Why do we love it?

Rolex Daytona Reference 116508 In Yellow Gold With Green DialWhy do we love them? Rolex Daytona 116508 and IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph.

The Rolex Daytona Reference 116508 in yellow gold with green dial.

The Rolex Daytona Reference 116508 in yellow gold with green dial.

What Is It?

This is the reference 116508, and it’s the well-known Daytona but in yellow gold with a green dial and red accents. Sure, the steel/ceramic combo got all the attention (like, seriously, all the attention), but we were able to see this watch at Baselworld privately and loved it. Now that it is out in the world for everyone to see, we can finally talk about it. In person, the dial color is much more of a deep emerald green than it looks in the press images  (Jack almost had a heart attack when he saw it, in keeping with his weakness for gold Rolexes).

Why Do We Love It?

Because if you haven’t figured it out by now, we’re pretty big Daytona fans here at HODINKEE HQ, and I am personally into a bit of bling. It’s also almost the polar opposite of the Daytona that everyone’s talking about right now, and a bit of a contrarian’s solution to the popularity and, some would say, overexposure of the steel/ceramic modeld.

IWC Pilot’s Watch Timezoner Chronograph

IWC Pilot's Watch Timezoner Chronograph.

IWC Pilot’s Watch Timezoner Chronograph.

What Is It?

This cool worldtime chronograph from IWC is another one that sadly seemed to get lost in the year’s shuffle. This watch is particularly cool as it allows the wearer to change the timezone simply by turning the bezel to the correct city. This technology was initially invented by Michael Vogt and his company Vogard. IWC later purchased this technology, and voila! You have the 45mm Timezoner Chronograph. On top of this new worldtime function, the watch features a flyback chronograph, 24-hour indication, summer time indication, 12-hour and 30-minute registers, time (duh) and date.

Why Do We Love It?

This watch features an in-house IWC caliber (89760) movement and the classic aviator styling. It’s also a great example of IWC reinterpreting complications in new, practical ways (with some help from acquired technology, if we’re being fair). Worldtime and travel time watches can be difficult and clumsy to use, but this one’s extremely easy. Some folks find it too big and/or too busy, and while there is something to both objections, we loved the combination of a chronograph with a great, and unusual, implementation of a dual time zone complication.

We have same type in stock, if you are interested in, please contact us.

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