$11,995

This is IWC Ceramic Doppelgraph is one of the coolest watches ever made... IMHO. It is 44 mm in size and housed in a ceramic case that does not scratch or dent. This process is made from a solid block of material and is very expensive to produce. The split second function, day and date make this automatic watch a fantastic piece. Only 1000 were introduced and they are very hard to find. This specimen has only been worn a handful of times and is in like new condition. It is complete with box and papers.
WWII strap and Brown Alligator strap are not included.
This information from the IWC official watch site:
- Limited edition of 1000 watches - Mechanical chronograph movement - Self-winding - Small seconds with stop function - Day and date indicator - Split-seconds hand for intermediate timing - Screw-in crown - Soft-iron inner case for protection against magnetic fields - Sapphire glass, antireflective on both sides and secured against displacement by drop in air pressure - Water-resistant to 60 m
- Inner case: Soft iron for protection against magnetic fields - Glass: sapphire, convex, resistant against pressure drop - Crown: screwed - Water-resistant: 6 bar (60 m) - Case diameter: 44 mm - Case height: 17.1 mm - Weight: Pilots Watch Double Chronograph in ceramic with soft strap: 117 g
- Calibre: 79230 - Vibrations: 28 800/h / 4 Hz - Jewels: 29 - Power reserve: 44 h - Winding: Automatic
In 1986, IWC became the first watch manufacturer in the world to produce a watch in a high-tech ceramic case made of zirconium oxide. This superb material is several times harder, more scratch-resistant and more expensive than stainless steel and is painstakingly milled from a single blank to ensure maximum breaking strength. The ceramic case offers perfect all-round protection for the new Pilots Watch Double Chronograph, which is limited to 1000 examples. It features a number of discreet highlights: the case, dial and soft strap are matt black, the crown and buttons are made of titanium, the numerals, indices and hands are luminescent white. Only the small permanent seconds hand is finished in eye-catching red, to ensure that it can be read off at a glance. The vertical three-day display, reminiscent of the altimeter in an aircraft cockpit, gives the dial its unmistakable design. A powerhouse with an impressive case diameter of 44 mm, it is driven by a 79230 calibre automatic chronograph movement with the tried-and-tested split-seconds mechanism. The button at 10 oclock enables the wearer to record intermedia

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