Swiss luxury watch brand IWC has launched a special edition Da Vinci Chronograph to support the activities of Laureus Sport for Good Foundation.
Since 2005, IWC has been associated with Laureus Sport for Good Foundation, a charity organization founded by two powerful international companies, Richemont and Daimler.
As a principle sponsor of Laureus Sport for Good Foundation, the Swiss manufacture creates limited edition timepieces to support the charity organization’s activities to uplift the children and adolescents, who live in the most difficult conditions.
In 2006, the first IWC Laureus Sport for Good Foundation watch (IWC Portugieser Chrono-Automatic) was unveiled. In 2007, a special edition IWC Pilot’s Watch Chrono-Automatic was launched.
IWC’s third Laureus Sport watch is a new stainless steel Da Vinci Chronograph with blue dial (reference IW376404). Limited to 1,000 pieces, this timepiece features an engraved case-back in steel and a blue alligator strap.
About IWC Da Vinci Chronograph IW3764 series
In 2007, IWC introduced new chronograph watches from its Da Vinci collection. It was comprised of four models in white gold, rose gold, stainless steel and platinum, respectively.
In 2008, the brand enhanced the IWC Da Vinci Chronograph IW3764 series by launching new versions, including the Laureus Sport limited edition model.
Model: IWC Da Vinci Chronograph Limited Edition Laureus Sport for Good Foundation (reference IW376404)
Stainless steel case
Width: 51.0 mm
Height: 14.35 mm
Screw in crown
Sapphire glass, convex, antireflective coating on both sides
Water resistance: 3 bar
68 hours Power Reserve
Frequency: 28800.0 VPH (4.0 Hz)
Finishing: Côtes de Genève, perlage, polished
Chronograph function with hours, minutes and seconds
Hour and minute counters combined in a totalizer at 12 o’clock
Small hacking seconds
Blue dial with luminescence
Blue alligator leather strap
Strap width 24.0 mm
Limited to 1000 pieces