A Charming Watch On Your Wrist:IWC Schaffhausen Aquatimer Men’s Replica

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  • June 9, 2017
  • A Charming Watch On Your Wrist:IWC Schaffhausen Aquatimer Men's Replica

    Although sharp eyed replica watchuseekers will have already seen some unofficial pictures of the new IWC Schaffhausen Aquatimer Replica shown on the forum, it’s only as of January 1st that they can be officially shown. Any journalist displaying them prior to this time is liable to get the dreaded knock at the door at 2 […]

    For the first time ever, a model from the IWC diver’s replica watch line is equipped with a perpetual calendar, a genuinely haute horlogerie complication. The Aquatimer Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month (Ref. IW379401) runs on the IWC-manufactured 89801 calibre with perpetual calendar and large digital display for the date and month.

    The Galapagos Islands edition is an all-black replica watch with a depiction of the Galapagos Islands’ giant tortoise, on the back and is part of IWC’s Novelties collection. The replica watch is powered by IWC’s mechanical, self-winding movement with a power reserve of 44 hours. There’s also a small hacking seconds dial, a day and date display, a screw-in crown, mechanical rotating external bezel, and luminescent hands, dial and external bezel, a sapphire glass with anti-reflective coating on both sides, as well as IWC’s new quick-change bracelet system.
    A Charming Watch On Your Wrist:IWC Schaffhausen Aquatimer Men's Replica
    The idea was adapted from sister-brand Cartier, and enables the owner to swap replica watch straps without the use of any tools, making the IWC men’s replica watch ideal for diving, or merely ducking and diving. The replica watch is water resistant to 400 feet.

    IWC Schaffhausen has pledged itself to be ecologically responsible and pursue a corporate strategy based firmly on sustainability. The manufacture wants to help preserve the fragile ecosystem of the Galapagos Islands. It therefore supports and sponsors the Charles Darwin Foundation and its research organisation, which adopts a scientific approach to the challenges on the Galapagos.

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