Launched in 2009, the IWC Aquatimer is one of the most gorgeous selections in the IWC series. The bezel has been changed with a classy sapphire crystal and also imbibes a six layer Superluminova coating under its back side. The bezel has been designed in a conventional type with a rubber strap version and is also available in the bracelet version.
Sporting a bold look, the IWC Aquatimer features the ETA based 3010 movement. The timepiece is a masterpiece with a high end functions for a professional diver. The classy design of the watch is well complemented with a superb making of the watch.
With a capacity of delving in the deep waters of 2000 meters, it has also been equipped with Helium Escapement Valve (HEV) to withstand the underwater pressures. The plain and elegant strap of the IWC Aquatimer wristlet graces a formal as well as a casual outfit.
The sophisticated design incorporated with high end accuracy and precision touched new parameters with the unveiling of the IWC Aquatimer diving timepieces in 2009. The aesthetic appeal of the watch was rejuvenated with the Aquatimer Chronograph designed in a Red Gold case.
The most unique feature imbibed in the IWC Aquatimer is the mechanical depth gauge feature which measures the dive depth for as deep as 50 meters in deep waters. The surface of the watch has been fashioned with a huge dial keeping in line with the divers’ watches
The most striking feature of the IWC Aquatimer is its high pressure resistance capacity up to 200 bars. The various models assimilated in the Aquatimer collection are generally fashioned with stylish and bold colors.
For the adventure seekers and professional divers, the sleek and comfortable design of the Aquatimer Chronograph is the perfect choice to go for. Besides the steel bracelet, the latest edition in the Aquatimer series is also available with a rubber strap. With the quick change system, the steel bracelet can be replaced with a rubber strap in the wink of an eye.
Available in the rubber version, the strap makes it comfortable to wear on a diving suit. Cased in an 18K red gold case, the Aquatimer Chronograph is the first diver timepiece in the IWC lineage to be made of a precious metal. Surfaced with the sapphire crystal glass, the rotating bezel makes the timepiece easily rotate in deep waters. The thick Super Luminova coating enables visibility and easy time read off even in poor light conditions.