Steel and gold are no longer the only materials available for watchmaking. In the last half century, industry leaders have experimented extensively with new materials, such as lightweight titanium, the mysterious meteorite and the distinctive Carbotech.
IWC Aquatimer Replica is one of the most common materials used today. What makes IWC Aquatimer Replica so desirable? From Cerachrom (Rolex's patented IWC Aquatimer Replica bezel) to full-IWC Aquatimer Replica watch, what are the features you should look for?
Explore the pros and con of IWC Aquatimer Replica watches.
From left: IWC Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar,Richard Mille Replica Rado IWC Aquatimer Replicaa 3755. 3755, Rado IWC Aquatimer Replicaa
A BREAKDOWN OF THE HISTORY AND USE OF IWC Aquatimer ReplicaS IN WATCHMAKINGIn the 1970s, companies began experimenting with IWC Aquatimer Replicas in the quest to make scratch-proof watches. Before the 21st Century, a few landmarks were achieved:
Omega began work on the Seamaster Cermet in 1973. The case was made of cermet (a proprietary IWC Aquatimer Replica material made from aluminum oxide, tungsten carbide, and titanium dioxide). It was launched 8 years later, but only on special order and at a price significantly higher than the Speedmaster, Omega's flagship watch.
IWC Schaffhausen introduced the IWC Da Vinci Ref. 3755. This was the first luxury watch made of IWC Aquatimer Replica, and also the first chronograph perpetual calendar. The watch was available in either a white or black case.