Iwc Da Vinci rattrapante perpetual calendar

Sep 16, 2020,01:43 AM

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Wow, very nice watch indeed !

 By: montres1 : September 16th, 2020-01:53
The very useful perpetual calendar combined with one of the nicest yet useless complications the rattrapante !! I love it, I once almost purchased a Tourbillon perpetual Da Vinci (same case as yours) and I almost regret it. Actually I am pretty sure this ... 

Wonderful piece!! Many congrats!!!!

 By: MTR : September 16th, 2020-03:19
I had the "simple" PC version in WG and was so stupid to trade it.. :-/ Best Thomas ...  

I had one in yellow gold many years ago.

 By: Watchonthewrist : September 16th, 2020-12:08
Also stupid enough to sell it 🤦🏻‍♂️

A heavy hitter from IWC of old.

 By: Jay (Eire) : September 16th, 2020-03:19
In recent years I’ve begun to like this reference more and more. Obviously the complications (and combination of such) was always appealing, but I was never so sure about the overall aesthetic of the watch. But like many (aesthetic) things horology it’s o... 

Beautiful Watch

 By: lavrentivs : September 16th, 2020-03:26
Designed by Hano Burtscher and using a Valjoux 7750 with Kurt Klaus engineering the perpetual calendar and Richard Habring the spilt seconds mechanism under the Günter Blümlein era of IWC, this watch continued the spirit of mechanical watches in the domin... 

Such a fantastic watch!

 By: northerner : September 16th, 2020-05:33
A curious thing about the dial though - do you know why the tritium markers at 3,6,9 and 12 o'clock are white while the resta are yellowish? Are all of the them luminous?

Very nice watch. Wearing mine today:-)

 By: IWC3751 : September 16th, 2020-06:57

Traditional lugs?

 By: galt : September 16th, 2020-14:47
I wonder how hard it would be to put traditional logs on the case of one of these. I love the watch but just can’t get used to the way the bracelet attaches