Aquatimer Automatic 2000 Edition « 35 Years Ocean 2000 »

Review Of IWC Schaffhausen – Aquatimer Automatic 2000 Edition Replica Wholesale Center

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If anything, these new additions to the IWC Heritage set assist to round out a previously daunting collection in terms of physical size. The Heritage Big Pilot’s 48 and 55, published this past year, are likely unwearable for almost everyone other than professional body builders and pilots who mean to wear the watch out a trip jacket. It seems like IWC have sought to create their Heritage pilot’s watches more reachable across the board with an IWC Mark XVIII Heritage now available in ceramic in regards IW327006 but still at a mid-level cost point and the IWC Big Pilot’s Watch Heritage attracting the more haute watchmaking strategy in new materials (titanium is reference IW501004 and bronze is IW501005) and in a dimension at least some people can pull off. If anything, these new additions to the IWC Heritage set help to round out a previously daunting collection in terms of physical size. The Heritage Big Pilot’s 48 and 55, published this past year, are probably unwearable for almost everyone aside from professional body builders and pilots that mean to wear the watch out a trip jacket. It seems like IWC have sought to create their Heritage pilot’s watches more reachable across the board together with an IWC Mark XVIII Heritage currently accessible titanium in regards IW327006 but still in a mid-level cost point and the IWC Big Pilot’s Watch Heritage bringing the more haute watchmaking approach in fresh materials (ceramic is reference IW501004 and bronze is IW501005) and in a size at least a few people are able to pull off.

Ferdinand A. Porsche designed the Aquatimer Ocean 2000 for Iwc Watches New York Replica Schaffhausen back in 1982. With its avant-garde design, this extremely pressure-resistant diver’s watch was years ahead of its time. In celebration of the 35th birthday of this style icon, IWC is now releasing a 350-piece limited edition with a thickness of just 14.5 millimetres.

The Aquatimer Automatic 2000 Edition “35 Years Ocean 2000” (Ref. IW329101) is the thinnest deep-sea diver’s watch in IWC’s collection. Despite the minimal case height, it functions reliably on dives of up to 2,000 metres (200 bars) – thanks to the new, improved shape of the titanium case.  

The black dial, the white hands and indices coated with luminescent paint and the red tip of the seconds hand are inspired by the Ocean 2000 as well as the recessed grips on the rotating bezel and the lamellar-style rubber strap. A diver’s helmet for deep-sea divers is engraved on the back of the watch.

Aquatimer Automatic 2000 Edition « 35 Years Ocean 2000 »

Automatic 2000 Edition « 35 Years Ocean 2000 » © IWC

When diving with compressed air, divers must always keep an eye on the time to make sure they don’t put themselves in danger by returning to the surface too quickly. On the Aquatimer watches from IWC, the dive time can be set using the rotating bezel for extra safety. The innovative SafeDive system ensures that the bezel can only be adjusted by turning it anticlockwise. So even if the bezel is accidentally moved, zero hour – the time at which the diver can return to the surface without the need for decompression stops – is never exceeded.

The automatic movement Calibre 30120 powers the hour-minute-second and date functions of the watch, and offers a 42-hour power reserve.

The rubber strap on this Aquatimer model can easily be replaced with another strap thanks to the quick-change system.

Aquatimer Automatic 2000 Edition « 35 Years Ocean 2000 »