IWC Ceramic Automatic Model IW501902

Retail Price – $15,900
Our Price – $13,990

Your Savings – $1,910

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  • IWC Ceramic Automatic Model IW501902
  • IWC Big Pilot’s Watch Top Gun Miramar Collection
  • 48 mm
  • Ceramic Case
  • Crystal Secured Against Displacement by Drop in Air Pressure
  • Screw-In Crown
  • Anthracite Dial
  • Pellaton Automatic Winding Movement with Date Display
  • Power Reserve Display
  • Glucydur Beryllium Alloy Balance with High-Precision Adjustment Cam on Balance Arms
  • Breguet Spring
  • Approximately 7 days of Power Reserve
  • Green Textile Strap
  • Water Resistant to 6 bar
  • IWC Ceramic Automatic Model IW501902

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Our Commitment to You
Alan Furman & Company features authentic IWC Ceramic Automatic Model IW501902. Every IWC watch, along with IWC Ceramic Automatic Model IW501902, we sell is guaranteed to be authentic. We have been selling IWC Watches since 1985. We discount genuine IWC watches including the Aquatimer, Da Vinci, Pilot, Portofino, and Portuguese Collections.  We guarantee each watch is thoroughly inspected before being shipped to you. Our fine watch division offers great discounts on all IWC watch models. Some IWC watches are either stocked in our inventory or is readily available in a matter of days. We honor the manufacturer’s warranty on every watch that we sell.  These watches will be accompanied by a warranty from Alan Furman & Co. which displays our written guarantee.  Merchandise and watches may be returned to us for warranty repair or replacement. Items purchased from us that are not special orders may be returned unused for a full refund, less shipping costs. All returns must be made within 10 days of receipt.

The IWC Brand
In 1868, an American engineer and watchmaker, Florentine Ariosto Jones, founded the International Watch Company (IWC) with the objective of merging the craftsmanship of the Swiss with the modern engineering technology from the U.S. to produce movements and watch parts for the American marketplace. Jones met Johann Heinrich Moser in Le Locle where he showed him his plans for the business. Moser found great interest in his plans for the International Watch Company. Together, they laid the foundations for the only watch producers in north-eastern Switzerland: The International Watch Company in Schaffhausen.

In February of 1880, Johann Rauschenbach-Vogel, Chief Executive Officer and a machine manufacturer from Schaffhausen, took over the International Watch Company. Since then, four generations of the Rauschenbach family have owned IWC. First was Johann Rauschenbach-Vogal’s son, Johannes Rauschenbach-Schenk, who took over just a year after his father did, due to his death. J. Rauschenbach-Schenk died in 1905, so his wife, two daughters and their husbands, Ernst Homberger and Dr. Carl Jung, took over the watch factory.

In 1915, two newly developed calibers, the 75 and the 76, were created. They were the first movements designed by IWC specifically for wristwatches. In 1936, IWC launched its first Special Pilot’s Watch. This new watch features a rotating bezel with an arrowhead index that can be used to register take-off times. It is also fitted with an antimagnetic escapement. This watched was followed by the Big Pilot’s Watch 52 T. S. C. with a central seconds hand in 1940. In 1955, Ernest Homberger’s son took over IWC. Hans Ernst Homberger was the last of the Rauschenbach heirs to run the factory. He bought new machines to meet new demands and continuously brought his production technology up to what were considered the very latest standards. Homberger, at the age of 77, died in 1986. IWC continues to make magnificent timepieces that are sold world-wide.

Call us at (800) 654-7184 for pricing and availability on IWC Ceramic Automatic Model IW501902