The IWC Aquatimer Chronograph Edition Galapagos Islands (reference IW376705) from the new Aquatimer collection is a shining example of the revised watch family in every respect.
It features the same case size and the same automatic drive mechanism (79320 calibre movement) as the Aquatimer Chronograph. This new watch is pressure resistant to 12bar, which is equivalent to 120 meters depth.
The matt black stainless steel case, completely coated with vulcanized rubber, the black dial and the strongly contrasting white indications together with the black rubber strap make the watch a conspicuous statement on the wrist. It is the ambassador of a new collaboration between IWC and the Charles Darwin Foundation with its presence on the Galapagos Islands.
A part of proceeds from the sale of the IWC Aquatimer Chronograph Edition Galapagos Islands will be used for supporting the activities of Charles Darwin Foundation.
Inside this diving watch beats the IWC Calibre 79320, a self-winding mechanical chronograph movement with a power reserve of 44 hours. The black rubber strap is provided with a quick-change system.
Model: IWC Aquatimer Chronograph Edition Galapagos Islands
Mechanical chronograph movement, Self-winding
44-hour power reserve when fully wound
Date and day display
Small hacking seconds
Case, dial and strap
Stainless steel case
Case height: 15 mm
Diameter: 44 mm
Mechanical external rotating bezel
Sapphire glass, convex, antireflective coating on both sides
Water-resistant 12 bar
Luminescent elements on hands, dial and external rotating bezel
Black rubber strap
Bracelet quick-change system