The IWC tribute to the Pwweber version “150 Years” (Ref. IW 505001 / IW 505002 / IW 50 5003) is the first IWC watch with a number module to jump. Like the historic Pallweber pocket watch made in Schaffhausen in 1884, it displays several hours and minutes using a large number on the rotating disk.IWC ‘s first watch tributes to the historic Pallweber pocket watch. It displays hours and minutes with large numbers on the rotating disk.
This series of IW 505003 is as follows.
In 1884, the IWC produced the first so-called Paul Weber pocket watch. These innovative watches showed digital time and minutes with large numbers on rotating disks. In its founding anniversary, IWC honors this pioneering achievement with the IWC tribute to Pallweber Edition “150 Years”. This model is limited to 500 watches and features a stainless steel case, a lacquered blue dial, and a white display disc. But you don’t have to worry, we offer replicas here, ready.As a respect for the design of the historical Pallweber watch and the American watchmaker F. A. Jones who established IWC, the window of the digital display is labeled “Hours” and “Minutes”. Copy perfect discount IWC 94200 caliber advances the display disc using a separate wheel train with its own barrel. The fact that the power flow of the main wheel train is unaffected guarantees accurate rates and power reserve of 60 hours.
The hand-rolled movement is equipped with two barrels, which provide energy of various complications, such as Porsche, Cheddarle, Scuffsia’s Celestial Module, Digital Pole Weber display. The rotating disk of the digital pole weber display moved by its own barrel and another wheel train. This ensures maximum precision and 60 hour power reserve.
The Pallweber is a large 45mm in diameter, though it’s helped by its short, wire-style lugs. And the 12mm case height is also manageable, giving the watch attractive proportions..