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What you get is the same IWC-manufactured 52615 caliber movement offering just about every measurable timing option on the dial including a special double moon phase complication allowing the user to read the phases of the Moon in both northern and southern hemispheres – a complication that will only deviate by one day after 577.5 years.
The watch comes affixed to a white rubber strap and deployant clasp. It's 46.5mm white-ceramic case is certainly not for all wrists, but is worth a try-on if you can. It will cost $40,900 when it arrives in July.
That looks huge, Invicta huge.
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That's awesome. I've always loved 'storm-trooper' themed watches. And bikes.
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From a distance, looks like a G-Shock. Only unlike a G-Shock, on impact this IWC will shatter like crockery.
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Looks sterile enough for some of the situations I get myself into.
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The 52615 is spectacular. The case and whatnot ain't for me.
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