|Features||Chronograph, Day-Date, Hours, luminescent Indicator, Minutes, Seconds, Unidirectional Rotating Bezel|
|Case Size||44 mm|
|Water Resistance (M)||120|
|Glass Material||Sapphire Crystal|
|Warranty Period||2 Years|
IWC Aquatimer Chronograph
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The third generation IWC Aquatimer watch collection, designed for divers and sea mariners, is an epitome of watch making evolution, that carries such quintessential features as titanium cased Aquatimer, and mechanical depth gauge. Therefore, this collection is more functional, safer as well as easy to use.
The special edition of IWC Aquatimer “Galapagos” has been designed to pay homage to Charles Darwin Foundation, which has been into a partnership with the brand for many years now. The IWC Aquatimer 376705 men’s watch is exclusively designed for those gentlemen who have keen interests in aquatic sports. The timekeeper undoubtedly carries an unconventional look, and its black rubber clad bezel is beautifully combined with a stainless steel case, giving a robust look to this wrist watch. This matte black rubber is achieved from a complex vulcanized process so that the wearers can gain a unique feel altogether. The black dial is engraved with index hour markers having a blue lustrous fill, along with polished steel hands, while the hour hand has a blue luminescent fill, and the minute hand has a green luminescent fill. On the other hand, the unidirectional black bezel is adorned with lustrous 15 minutes zone in green and blue luminescent numerals. The designing of the case back is done with the popularly known Galapagos Giant Tortoise. Embedded with 25 jewels, this sporty timepiece makes for an exquisite appeal.
The IWC Aquatimer 376705 men’s watch comes with automatic Chronograph functionality featuring such elements as a 30 minute counter at the 12 o’clock position, 12 hour counter at the 6 o’clock position and a large central seconds’ counter hand. This distinctive timepiece is powered with Caliber 79320 that beats at 28,800 vph, along with a stunning power reserve of 44 hours. Not forgetting its water-resistant mechanism to a depth of 120 metres (with a mechanical gauge depth measurement of 50 metres), makes this watch your perfect companion while you are out for swimming and surface water fun. Also, its fine leather strap comes with quick change system – spring loaded lever located at the bottom of the strap, makes for a comfortable grip on the wrist and can be easily worn and removed.
1967 saw the birth of the pioneer IWC Schaffhausen Aquatimer watch which had impressive specifications for its time, sporting an internal rotating bezel and water-resistance up to 20 bar. The consecutive launches of GST Deep One, Two and Three have seen remarkable technology being implemented in this diver’s collection of watches. The GST Deep One was the inaugural watch featuring a mechanical depth gauge in the IWC brand.
Aquatimer Deep Three lays down formidable competition to other watches in the form of an external rotating bezel cut from Sapphire glass which has a coating of Super-LumiNova on the underside. The Aquatimer 2014 collection gives off a more sophisticated and purist air using only subdued colours. An ingenious mechanism called the SafeDive system has been introduced in the new collection which consists of the internal/external rotating bezel. This ensures that dive time is not exceeded even if the external bezel is accidentally moved, as the internal bezel only sustains anti-clockwise movement. These watches lay claim to not only being one of the best diver watches around, but also are prominent at special occasions and office wear.
In keeping with the true diver spirit and generosity, the IWC Aquatimer has through the ages extensively supported the Charles Darwin Foundation and the Charles Darwin Research station. The collection also enjoys a deep connection to Jacques Cousteau, researcher and film-maker, whose extensive work on the Galapagos marine Iguanas is widely acclaimed and watched. The Aquatimer Chronograph Edition ‘Expedition Charles Darwin’ was launched to commemorate the veteran naturalist’s findings in biodiversity at the Galapagos Islands. Showcasing deep attachment to the ocean and its accessories, bronze has been used to make the watch case for the first time in this company. It was commonly used in alloy form in building ships in the 19th century. This collection has seen diversity in the form of myriad fans at its famed launches such as American actor and director, Kevin Spacey, Czech model and actress, Karolina Kurkorva, Portuguese footballer, Luis Figo, Swiss professional road bicycle racer, Fabian Cancellara, to name a few.
Hollywood star Ewan McGregor delivered a soulful opening line at the launch of the new Aquatimer collection, ‘14 in Geneva – ‘Time may be a gift, but it is a priceless one’. The celebration named ‘Inside the wave’ took its audience on an enthralling journey below the ocean surface. The stars of the show were the Cirque du Soleil, the largest theatrical producer in the world.
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A classy diver's watch, at home out at sea or at land.
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