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Da Vinci Automatic 36

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The Da Vinci Automatic 36 features a striking midnight blue dial and matching dark blue alligator leather strap from Santoni. The interplay between the blue elements and the highly polished stainless steel of the case and lugs creates a fascinating contrast. The slightly recessed inner circle on the dial, the striking dome-shaped crown and the circular date window at “6 o’clock” all add a touch of feminine style to this three-hand timepiece. Articulated lugs ensure that the horns do not protrude from the case.

The watch fits perfectly on the wrist, making it extremely comfortable to wear, and the strap is held securely fastened by the new three-wing butterfly clasp. All watches are equipped with the tried and tested 35111 calibre and are water-resistant to 3 bar. With the Flower of Life engraved on the case back, IWC pays tribute to Leonardo da Vinci’s tireless search for mathematical rules for beauty and proportions.

With a clear focus on technology and development, the Swiss watch manufacturer IWC Schaffhausen has been producing timepieces of lasting value since 1868.

In the new production facility, the Schaffhauser Uhrenmanufaktur manufactures factory parts and production facilities on an area of ​​13,500 square meters and enclosures under one roof - a milestone in the company's 151-year history. For example, the entire added value from the raw material through the individual parts of the work to the finished manufacture movement is now arranged on a floor in a logical order.
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Silver Spitfire

The ambitious goal of "Silver Spitfire - The Longest Flight" is to circle the world in a Spitfire plane. IWC supports Steve Boultbee Brooks and Matt Jones on their expedition as official timekeeper and lead partner. Never before in the history of aviation has the legendary British plane gone on such a long and arduous journey. The two British pilots and founders of the Boultbee Flight Academy will be flying around the world in a propeller plane over 43,000 kilometers, traveling around 30 countries.

The original Supermarine Spitfire MX.IX with the historic license plate MJ.271 was built as early as 1943 in Castle Bromwich. Around 15 specialized engineers have worked tirelessly on the restoration over the past two years.


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