IWC Schaffhausen is concentrating on its Da Vinci family this year. In addition to be elegant, gorgeous and masculine models, the Swiss manufacturer also offers some amazing timepieces intended for its female clientele. As its name indicates, one of them is Da Vinci Automatic Moon Phase 36 Watch equipped with a moon phase display.
This replica IWC Da Vinci Automatic Moon Phase 36 is provided in three versions: the first one in a stainless steel case with 54 diamonds set on its bezel and a dark brown alligator leather strap, the second one in an 18-karat red gold case with a bronze-colored alligator leather strap, and the third model which is housed in a stainless steel case and teamed up with a dark blue alligator leather strap. All bands are made by well-know and notable Italian shoemaker Santoni.
These elegant newcomers are smaller and slimmer when compared with the Portofino 37mm collection. Its case measures 36mm in diameter and 11.50mm in thickness. Besides, their cases feature rounded crowns, as well as recessed inner circles on their dials.
The moon phase window has been a part of the Da Vinci collection since 1985. With these new models, the moon phase display returns and it stands for the visual center of the silver-plated dial. The uncluttered dial includes numerals as hour-markers and lance-shaped hands.
The engraved case back features the so-called “Flower of Life” from the rear. This is a geometric figure consisting of multiple evenly-spaced, overlapping circles in a hexagonal configuration which Leonardo da Vinci studied widely and devoted many drawings to it. Besides, this figure symbolizes the relationship between technology, creativity and beauty.
IWC Da Vinci Automatic Moon Phase 36 replica watch is powered by the caliber 35800 mechanical movement which is compiled on the 25 jewels and has the frequency of 28,800 alternations per hour (4 Hz). Besides, water resistance is assured down to 30 meters (about 100 feet). The self-winding mechanism can store enough energy to keep the watch working for approximately 42 hours when fully wound.