Most watches are made of stainless steel, but that doesn't have to be the case. Gold and platinum have also become standard products for good watchmakers, although it is primarily combinations of materials that ensure a special design. This is also shown by IWC Schaffhausen. On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Aquatimer diving watches, the Swiss watch manufacturer is taking an unusual route and presenting a special edition with a Ceratanium case.
The use of innovative materials opens up new design possibilities in the design, which relate to both the visual and haptic qualities of the product. As early as the 1980s, IWC was a pioneer in the use of titanium and ceramics. To meet this challenge again, material designers have spent more than five years working on the development of a new material based on a titanium alloy. The result: the 50 pcs Aquatimer Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month «50 Years Aquatimer» limited edition.
Sporty elegance due to black dial and red highlights
With its black dial and the large, white typography in the style of a digital watch in combination with the red highlights, the IWC special edition presents itself in a sporty and elegant manner. But how do you like the design of the Aquatimer diving watch with Ceratanium case? We are looking forward to your comment and look forward to your feedback.