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Product Description18K white gold case, Transparent sapphire caseback, Brown alligator leather strap, Deployant buckle, Grey dial, Arabic numerals, Small seconds dial at the 9 o'clock position, 7 day power reserve display at the 4 and 5 o'clock, Tourbillon display at the 12 o'clock, Scratch resistant anti-reflective sapphire crystal, IWC Pellaton automatic movement, Water resistant to 30 meters/ 100 feet. Limited Edition of 250 pieces.
- Brand: IWC
- Model: IW504207
- Band material: Leather
- Bezel material: white-gold
- Case material: white-gold
- Clasp type: fold-over-clasp
- Dial color: gray
- Dial window material: scratch-resistant-sapphire
- Movement type: Automatic
- Water-resistant to 99 feet
- 44 jewels Automatic movement
- Limited edition of 250 watches!
- 18k white gold case with, power reserve displayat the 3 o'clock, small seconds hand at 9 o?clock and skeletonize tourbillon at the 12 o'clock
- Breguet spring, rotor with 18 ct. Yellow gold medallion, convex sapphire glass, sapphire glass back; 7 day power reserve
- Water-resistant to 99 feet (30 M)
Customer ReviewsThis is the life!!
Initially I hesitated because the price was far too low and I had deep misgivings concerning the workmanship of this timepiece. But upon purchasing it I found it to be quite remarkable in every way. Not only are souls of deceased popes, prophets and kings embedded into this watch but it constantly maintains simultaneous two-way connections to Buddah, Jesus, the Prophet Mohammed, and Moses. It makes intergalactic travel a breeze and it definitely holds up to the wears and tears of traveling light-speed between uncharted quasars. This watch, however, is far from perfect. It allows for only 80 simultaneous rifts in the space time continuum severely limiting both time travel capabilities and dark energy manipulation. Moreover, while this watch can instantaneously transform itself into a living breathing Megan Fox completely subject to your will, there is far too much grass on the field for any civilized gentleman. I would've returned it but one of the third world infants we use as Christmas tree ornaments happened to free herself and managed to zap herself into a parallel existence. I say good riddance to them both!