Unmistakably timeless watchmaker IWC Schaffhausen, based in Schaffhausen, Switzerland, is bringing the world the ultimate level in luxury diving watches.
The IWC Aquatimer Chronograph watch has been crafted in rose gold and despite it actually being a dive watch, some of us may think twice before sinking to unspeakable depths with this masterpiece on our wrist.
While IWC certainly knows how to make a beautiful watch, rest assured they are also the finest in quality too. The latest watch is powered by an IWC in-house made caliber 89360 automatic chronograph movement which not only has an incredible 68 hours of power reserve, but it also sports a 12 hour chronograph in a bi-compax array. The timepiece is made of 18-carat red gold, allowing for any haute living man to change from his diving suit directly into his dinner jacket without even the slightest hesitation.
Other impressive features of the watch: it is self-winding, contains small hacking seconds, luminescent elements on its hands, dial, and external rotating bezel, date display, fly back function, sapphire glass, antireflective coating on both sides, built in protection against shocks and impacts, and a bracelet quick-change system.