As early as the 1980s, IWC was the first to use titanium and ceramics as watchmaking materials. In 2017, the Schaffhausen-based watchmaker merged the most desirable properties of these two materials into a new proprietary substance called Ceratanium, and added it to one of its IWC Aquatimer diving replica watch series.
This pilot’s watch Timezoner Ceratanium represents the first time that IWC Top Gun series watches use innovative Timezoner complications. Of course, the case is made of Ceratanium, a proprietary lightweight material that has the structural integrity of titanium and the excellent IWC Replica US Watch scratch resistance of ceramics, and provides a matte black surface color suitable for “tactical” designs.
The screw-in crown of the case helps to ensure water resistance to 60 meters. The sapphire crystal glass with non-reflective coating on both sides prevents the air pressure from shifting. The Replica Watches China white hands and numbers on the dial are coated with luminous.
This watch is equipped with IWC automatic winding movement 82760. Its patented world time function enables the wearer to quickly and easily reset the time and date and 24-hour display below 12 o’clock by simply turning the bezel.
The movement is located behind the sapphire caseback, adopts IWC 1:1 replica watches two-way Pellaton winding system, and uses almost wear-free parts made of zirconia ceramics. This watch is equipped with a black rubber strap with fabric inlays.
In addition to the famous Pellaton winding system, sturdy ceramic components and a lengthy one-week power reserve of the movement stored in two barrels, it has a second hand function that can be accurately reset according to the time signal.
The movement beats at a speed of 28,800 vph and incorporates 54 jewels and the iconic IWC grade 1 replica watches medal on its skeletonized rotor. The movement is protected by the large screw-in crown of a historical pilot’s watch in a 60-meter waterproof case . The Ceratanium bracelet is fastened to the wrist with a folding clasp.