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As signalled by its name, IWC Schaffhausen is internationally renowned for its exceptional timepieces – created to withstand everyday wear, excel in sports and offer the best in Haute horologerie.

YouTube-Channel: Wristwatch IWC Pilot's Watch 46mm, steel, leather strap, blue dial with arab./Index, automatic Cal. 51111, sapphire-crystal, water-resistant, with Power-reserve, Ref.:IW500916.

 

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IWC Schaffhausen collections

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IWC Schaffhausen Aquatimer Collection, Ref.: IW379503.

Aquatimer Collection

With over 50 years of experience developing professional diving watches, IWC has manufactured the best timepieces to explore the depths of the sea. These feature industry firsts produced by IWC, including the patented split-minute function and an innovative new sealing system that eradicates the use of screws.

IWC Schaffhausen Da Vinci Collection, Ref.: IW392103.

DA VINCI COLLECTION

IWC Schaffhausen took a look into the past and reinvented the Da Vinci collection in 2017, taking inspiration from the classic round case of the 1980s. Ladies will enjoy the Da Vinci Automatic 36 and Da Vinci Automatic Moon Phase 36, while the Da Vinci Automatic is developed as a unisex model. Two of the Da Vinci watches incorporate new IWC-manufactured calibres that revolutionize the blending of watchmaking complications.

IWC Schaffhausen Ingenieur Collection, Ref.: IW380801.

Ingenieur Collection

Inspired by the alluring world of Formula 1, IWC’s Ingenieur collection impressed watch enthusiasts with its remarkable features. The first Ingenieur watch included a bidirectional Pellaton winding system which is faster than conventional movements, along with protection against magnetic fields, a characteristic that has continued to the Ingenieur pieces of today. The legendary Ingenieur SL was first designed in the 1970s by Gérald Genta with a notable contemporary and technical appeal. It has since then been remodelled in 2013, using materials commonly found in Formula 1 – titanium aluminide, carbon, ceramic and titanium. This collection boasts technical advances including IWC’s patented constant-force tourbillon, the quick-action switch and large double-digit displays for both the date and month. The new Ingenieur additions from 2017 once again drew inspiration from the aesthetics of the 1950s and 60s, as expressed through the classic round case and a dial presenting striking hands and indices with illuminated features.
With any icon, building a legacy takes time. It requires showcasing their talents and charm, and becoming a source of influence across decades. The same goes for watches – one undeniably being IWC’s iconic Ingenieur.

IWC Schaffhausen Pilot's Watch Collection, Ref.: IW501002.

Pilot's Watch Collection

When looking back on the history of professional pilot’s watches, it’s clear that IWC is at the forefront of this style. IWC’s first Pilot’s Watches from the 1930s and 1940s were revolutionary, launching technical benchmarks and setting the trend for dial designs still popular today. Launched in 1940, IWC’s Big Pilot’s Watch exemplifies these accomplishments within the industry. Now, over 70 years later, the newest models bring another generation of success to this iconic watch. The Pilot’s Watch Collection from IWC Schaffhausen presents a varied yet balanced range of Pilot’s Watches, extending from the Big Pilot’s Heritage Watch to the fashionable Mark XVIII and the sophisticated Pilot’s Watch Automatic 36. Pilots and jet setters will particularly enjoy the new Timezoner Chronograph which can switch time zones with a simple twist.

IWC Schaffhausen Heritage

The origins of the “International Watch Co.” date back to 1868 when Boston watchmaker Florentine Ariosto Jones founded the company in Schaffhausen. Straying from the watchmaking centres in Switzerland, Jones settled in Schaffhausen for its ideal proximity to the Rhine which could power the machines, along with modern factories and a rich horological history. His aim was to combine serialized American production advances with the master craftsmanship that Switzerland was known for. IWC’s reputation gained credibility with the launch of its first movement, the infamous Jones calibre. The brand further proved its innovative motives through creating the Pallweber pocket watches which featured a ground-breaking digital display for hours and minutes. The end of the 1800s saw the introduction of IWC’s first wristwatches incorporating the 64-calibre pocket watch movement.