IW505003 Jubilee Collection - IWC Tribute to Pallweber (Stainless Steel 500 pieces)


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In Schaffhausen, the digital age began early, back in 1884. That was the year IWC manufactured its first Pallweber pocket watches. "These were avant-garde watches and displayed the hours and minutes using large numerals on rotating discs," explains Christian Satzke, project manager for movement development with IWC Schaffhausen. A watchmaker in Salzburg, Josef Pallweber, was the inventor of the jumping-numeral timepiece. Johannes Rauschenbach-Schenk, head of IWC at the time, was captivated by the modern form of time display and secured the patent for the innovative technology behind it. As part of its jubilee collection, IWC is proud to present the Tribute to Pallweber Edition "150 Years" with a jumping-numeral display for the hours and minutes.

Jubilee Collection
Limited to 500 pieces worldwide
IWC Tribute to Pallweber 150 Years
Hand Wound 94200 Calibre with 60 Hours Power Reserve
45mm 18ct Red Gold case with exhibiton sapphire caseback
Midnight Blue lacquered Opaline dial
Large digital display to indicate Hours & Minutes
Small hacking seconds
Black alligator strap by Santoni