We have plenty of IWC Schaffhausen watches, including this IWC Ingenieur Constant Force Tourbillon.
IWC uses a patented constant-force mechanism integrated into the tourbillon to guarantee the utmost precision in this model, receiving inspiration from a sports car engine block. The Ingenieur Constant Force Tourbillon features a 46mm platinum and ceramic case housing a Calibre 94800 mechanical and hand-wound movement.
The dial delivers hours and minutes, along with a seconds dial over the tourbillon, power reserve display, a double moon phase for both the northern and southern hemispheres, as well as a countdown display showing phases leading to the next full moon.
Shown here on a black alligator leather strap, The IWC Ingenieur Constant Force Tourbillon can be yours for only $290,000.00, a small price to pay for such a haute timepiece.
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