Introducing: The IWC Aquatimer Automatic 2000 Edition '35 Years Ocean 2000'

Introducing: The IWC Aquatimer Automatic 2000 Edition '35 Years Ocean 2000'

I will not invest a lot of energy here on the backstory of the Ocean 2000 and the different jumpers that IWC has made throughout the long term – that is a story for some other time – however I will say that the first was conjured up by Ferdinand A. Porsche (indeed, that Porsche) back in 1982. That is some really genuine plan provenance, and it’s that watch that really fills in as the motivation for the whole current Aquatimer assortment. I need to say that with this model I think IWC has worked effectively giving proper respect without altogether replicating Mr. Porsche’s notorious plan too.

The new dark, white, and red shading plan is truly decent looking here.

What we have here is a watch that practically is directly comparable to the current Aquatimer Automatic 2000 . It has the combination interior/outer SafeDive bezel framework for timing plunges, it has a titanium case to downplay weight, and it unmistakably shows the time with wide, iridescent hands against a dull dark dial. Just, the profile is completely unique. Rather than the case estimating 48.4mm x 20.9mm, this current watch’s case comes in at simply 42mm x 14.5mm – it’s still completely water impervious to 2,000 meters. Along these lines, while it can do anything the Automatic 2000 can do, this is a substantially more wearable watch in a size that will not post of spot in case you’re bound to be wearing it to the workplace or the sea shore than on an immersion plunging mission. 

While the watch is as yet water impervious to 2,000 meters, the case is around 25% more slender and just 42mm in diameter.

For a state of comparison, the mainline Aquatimer Automatic comes in at 42mm x 14.2mm, so this watch is simply .3mm thicker and you get an extra 1,700 meters of water opposition. That is some really genuine designing not too far off. Talking by and by, I additionally believe that the warm tint of the titanium matches actually pleasantly with the dark, white, and red dial here, making it the most appealing of the advanced Aquatimers too.

The IWC Aquatimer Automatic 2000 Edition “35 Years Ocean 2000” is a restricted release of 350 pieces with a retail cost of $7,400. For additional on this watch, visit IWC on the web .