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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
Moonphase Chronograph
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IWC Da Vinci Automatic
IW356601
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IWC Da Vinci Automatic
Edition 150 Years
$8,995
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IWC Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar
3750-030
$10,850
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IWC Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar
2017 Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar in Rose Gold
$23,500
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
IW3736
$2,250
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
IW3728
$1,963
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IWC Da Vinci Automatic
Black Stainless Steel Automatic Leather 41mm Date Watch IW546101
$2,593
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
IW3736
$1,800
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IWC Da Vinci Automatic
MEN'S LUXURY WATCH Blue steel 40mm IW356605
$4,199
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
IW3736 Chronograph Moonphase 18k Yellow Gold Date 29MM Ladies Quartz
$3,395
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IWC Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar
IW3750
$11,352
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IWC Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar
IW3750
$9,500
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IWC Da Vinci Automatic
Mens Watch IW352802 - Stainless Steel
$3,061
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IWC Da Vinci Automatic
37mm (service / box)
$2,010
+ $111 for shipping
IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
Laureus Edition Ref:393402
$6,550
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
IW376403
$5,440
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
18Kt
$3,420
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
in 18k White Gold 43mm x 51mm AFTER SERVICE / FULL SET Ref. IW376417
$10,848
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IWC Da Vinci Automatic
IW356605
$5,200
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
Serviced / Good Condition
$3,162
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
$16K MSRP Complete Box Papers Black Dial Bracelet Stainless Steel
$8,495
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IWC Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar
Box & Paper Full Set Ref. IW 3754 Top Conditions Year 2004
$16,245
+ $382 for shipping
IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
IW3735 Da Vinci Ladies Chronograph Moonphase Early 2000'2
$4,750
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
IW376405
$24,000
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
Lady Chronograph Moonphase Ref. IW3736 Scatola e Garanzia 2002
$2,998
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IWC Da Vinci
SL Black Dial Stainless Steel 37mm IW352810 Full Set
$3,100
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IWC Da Vinci Automatic
IW452314
$3,500
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IWC Da Vinci Automatic
MoonPhase 36mm Steel Full Set 2018 Automatic Ref: IW459306
$4,797
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IWC Da Vinci
35 mm Yellow Gold - White Dial - Strap IW185001
$4,900
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IWC Da Vinci Automatic
150 Years Rose Gold
$14,000
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IWC Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar
IW3750
$9,500
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
Lady gold
$3,249
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
IW376403
$5,997
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
Quartz
$1,973
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
Automatic 39mm 18k Yellow Gold Men's Watch IW9252-01
$20,000
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
Lady
$5,164
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
IW373613
$1,604
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
IW3735 Moon Phase Ladies Watch
$4,299
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
Automatik 43mm IW376403
$6,726
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
Die kleine Da Vinci
$4,967
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IWC Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar
Chronograph 18k Rose Gold 41.5mm IW375811 Leather
$15,999
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IWC Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar
Chronograph / Service / top quality
$11,176
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IWC Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar
39MM - Leather Bracelet - Box & Papers 2005 - Service 2024
$9,595
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IWC Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar
3750 Ewiger Kalender Full Set
$11,830
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IWC Da Vinci Automatic
New
$5,004
+ $153 for shipping
IWC Da Vinci
SL - Ref. 3528-006 - Full Set - AS NEW - SALE
$2,638
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IWC Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar
Kurt Klaus
$12,395
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IWC Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar
IW3751
$14,000
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
IW372805
$1,634
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
Datum Edelstahl Quarz Herrenuhr Ref. IW372805
$1,581
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IWC Da Vinci Automatic
stainless steel black dial Tritium
$1,914
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
Kleine Da Vinci
$3,707
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
SCHAFFHAUSEN IW373614 リトル ダヴィンチ デイト クロノグラフ ムーンフェイズ クォーツ レディース 797597 中古
$2,064
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IWC Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar
IW3750
$9,812
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IWC Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar
Kurt Klaus
$12,382
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IWC Da Vinci Chronograph
IW376403
$6,869
+ $109 for shipping
IWC Da Vinci Automatic
Ref IW358103
$12,538
+ $218 for shipping
IWC Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar
Chrono 18k Gold Ref.3750 Full Set Year 1998
$20,056
+ $126 for shipping
IWC Da Vinci
Black Dial w Breguet Numerals circa 1996
$3,216
+ $75 for shipping
IWC Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar
IW3750 incl.IWC Faltschließe 750 Gg.
$9,807
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IWC Da Vinci: The Versatile Dress Watch

IWC Schaffhausen has repeatedly reimagined their Da Vinci series over the years. However, each timepiece shares some basic characteristics: an elegant design, fine materials, and sophisticated complications like tourbillons or perpetual calendars.


5 Reasons to Buy the IWC Da Vinci

  • In-house calibers with a tourbillon, perpetual calendar, or flyback chronograph
  • Da Vinci Beta 21: One of the first Swiss quartz watches
  • Round, barrel-shaped, or polygonal cases in steel, gold, or platinum
  • Numerous collector's items with the potential to appreciate in value
  • Refined women's watches with diamonds

Elegant Luxury Watches: From Angular to Curvy

IWC Schaffhausen gave Da Vinci watches their own collection in 2017. However, these timepieces can trace their history all the way back to 1969, when the Swiss luxury watch manufacturer created a hexagonal quartz watch named after the famous Italian polymath.

IWC has since released a wide variety of Da Vinci models in different shapes, from round or barrel-shaped to angular polygons. However, each design is as elegant as the last, and many timepieces feature sophisticated complications. Take the Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar Chronograph IW3750 from 1984, for instance. This timepiece boasts a moon phase display and chronograph function in addition to its perpetual calendar.

Barrel-shaped cases enjoyed a boost in popularity at the turn of the millennium. One such timepiece is the Da Vinci Chronograph IW376601. Its titanium and ceramic case contains an in-house movement with a flyback function.

IWC returned to a round design in 2017. Da Vinci watches set themselves apart from other Portugieser and Portofino watches with their distinctive hinged lugs. As always, the current Da Vinci collection offers a series of more complicated models. These include tourbillon watches, flyback chronographs, and watches with a perpetual calendar. Today's collection also includes numerous women's watches.


How much does the IWC Da Vinci Cost?

Model Price (approx.) Reference number
Da Vinci Tourbillon Rétrograde Chronograph 123,000 USD IW393101
Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar Chronograph 36,000 USD IW392101
Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month 23,500 USD IW376107
Da Vinci Perpetual Rattrapante 17,500 USD IW3751
Da Vinci Beta 21 10,000 USD IW3501
Da Vinci Automatic Moon Phase 36 7,100 USD IW459306
Da Vinci Automatic 36 4,700 USD IW458312

Vintage Models with Rare Quartz Calibers

The very first Da Vinci watch bears the reference number IW3501. It has a hexagonal case and an integrated bracelet. Fans also refer to this timepiece as the Da Vinci Beta 21 since it uses the quartz caliber Beta 21, the first Swiss quartz movement to go into series production. The Centre Electronique Horloger (CEH) – an amalgamation of 20 Swiss watch manufacturers – developed the Beta 21 in the late 1960s, spurred on by Japanese and American advances in quartz technology.

This watch was only produced a few hundred times, making it a rare collector's item today. Stainless steel models are especially rare and demand around 2,800 USD in good condition. The yellow or white gold models are more common and sell for between 9,900 and 13,500 USD.

In 2008, IWC reintroduced this design in their Vintage collection under the reference number IW5461. However, this version features the automatic in-house caliber 80111 and a leather strap. Plan to spend around 4,700 USD on a never-worn stainless steel timepiece. You can save about 1,100 USD by purchasing a pre-owned model. Prices for a rose or white gold watch range from 9,900 to 11,000 USD, while the platinum edition changes hands for between 20,000 and 26,500 USD.


The 1980s Model with Kurt Klaus' Calendar Module

The Da Vinci received a round case in the 1980s and 90s. The most exciting model from this period is the Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar Chronograph IW3750. Its beating heart is the Valjoux 7750 with an additional perpetual calendar and moon phase module. Kurt Klaus, IWC's former Head of Research and Development, developed this module himself. What makes this innovation so special is that you operate all the calendar functions using the crown. You can purchase a well-maintained stainless steel model on a stainless steel bracelet for around 8,700 USD. The gold version costs anywhere from 9,700 to 11,500 USD.

Models with the reference number IW3751 are even more complex. They boast a rattrapante (double chronograph) function that can time intervals. An extra push-piece at 10 o'clock controls this feature. Expect to pay around 17,500 USD for the gold edition of this double chronograph.

Quartz models from this time period require a much smaller investment. You can purchase a pre-owned Da Vinci Chronograph Quartz ref. IW3728 in stainless steel with the Jaeger-LeCoultre caliber 630 for as little as 2,700 USD. The women's model, the Da Vinci Chronograph Lady ref. IW3736, uses the JLC caliber 631. This timepiece features a moon phase display and demands prices of about 3,300 USD.


Watches from the Early 2000s: Different Shapes and Sizes

The Da Vinci received another facelift in 2007. This time, IWC's designers decided on a barrel-shaped case. The Da Vinci Chronograph Ceramic IW3766 marked the first sporty addition to the Da Vinci line. A black textile and leather strap keeps its black ceramic and polished titanium case securely on the wrist. The automatic in-house caliber 89360 ticks away inside this timepiece. This chronograph movement has a flyback function. Its dual hour and minute counter occupy a subdial at 12 o'clock, while the small seconds and date display sit at 6. Prices for never-worn models come in at around 9,900 USD. You can save some 2,200 USD by purchasing a pre-owned timepiece.

The barrel-shaped case of the Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month IW3761 is made of gold and platinum. What's more, the in-house caliber 89800 offers several complications in addition to its flyback function. These include a perpetual calendar, which displays the date and month in two large double-digit displays at 3 and 9 o'clock, respectively. There's also a leap year display. A mint-condition timepiece in rose or white gold costs around 23,000 USD. Pre-owned watches sell for about 18,500 USD. If you prefer the platinum edition, be sure to have at least 33,500 USD on hand.


Since 2017: Round Women's Watches

IWC made the Da Vinci its own separate collection in 2017. These newer watches see the return of round cases to the collection. They also feature hinged lugs that help set them apart from IWC's other timepieces. As always, there are also numerous complicated models. However, the primary focus is on classically elegant women's dress watches.

One example is the Da Vinci Automatic 36 with reference number IW4583. Its 36-mm case comes in stainless steel or rose gold and houses an automatic caliber based on the Sellita SW300-1. This movement provides the three-hand timepiece with its 42-hour power reserve and a date display in a round window at 6 o'clock. Prices begin around 4,700 USD for a new stainless steel model and go all the way up to 32,000 USD for the diamond-studded gold edition.

The Da Vinci Automatic 36 Moon Phase IW4593 also uses a movement based on the Sellita SW300-1. Unlike the Automatic 36, this timepiece features a moon phase display at 12 o'clock instead of a date window. The stainless steel version costs around 7,100 USD, while the red gold model comes in at 14,000 USD. There's also a stainless steel version with diamonds that costs about 12,000 USD.


Highly Complicated with a Tourbillon or Perpetual Calendar

Anyone with an appreciation for sophisticated complications will enjoy the Da Vinci Tourbillon Rétrograde Chronograph IW3931. Its 44-mm rose gold case contains the in-house caliber 89900 with a flying minute tourbillon at 6 o'clock and a flyback chronograph with a dual minute and hour counter at 12 o'clock. Another stunning detail is the retrograde date display that arches from 8 to 10 o'clock. This masterpiece sells for around 123,000 USD.

The Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar Chronograph IW3921 follows in the footsteps of Kurt Klaus' model from the 1980s. Like its historical predecessor, it features a combined chronograph counter and moon phase display at 12 o'clock. Other similarities to the original model include a pointer date at 3, a subdial day display at 9, and a year display at 7:30. However, its use of the in-house caliber 89630 means it also has a small seconds and month display at 6 o'clock.

You can purchase the stainless steel version for about 26,000 USD new and 21,000 USD pre-owned. The rose gold edition demands around 11,000 USD more, regardless of its condition. Finally, the platinum model requires an investment of between 43,500 and 48,000 USD.