IWC Portuguese Siderale Scafusia Watch IW5041

Swiss watch maker IWC launched Portuguese SIDéRALE SCAFUSIA is the magnificent wrist on the planetarium. IWC history, but also from which no watch has so many astronomical display. 2012 IWC IWC launched Portuguese SidéraleScafusia watch, the first patented constant power tourbillon equipped with the timepiece, and configure a number of complex devices and independent computing astronomical display, Portuguese SidéraleScafusia watch can be said that the world’s most expensive watches in the production. The sky chart also shows the horizon, ecliptic and celestial equator, red circle shows the sun on the celestial sphere (the ecliptic) a clear track. The gray dashed circle indicates the celestial equator separating the north and south hemispheres. Sidérale Scafusia watch the most attractive is that IWC gives you the opportunity to customize the myriad of different personalized combination: Case material optional platinum, platinum, red gold, five different colors of the dial, a variety of colors decals And a shoulder belt and a material for the belt.quality replica IWC watches

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IWC Portuguese SIDéRALE SCAFUSIA watch IW5041 back is a star map, there are 1000 stars, and the table is customized, so the astrological diagram can be customized according to your requirements, the northern hemisphere or southern latitudes, even if the Antarctic sky can be drawn, The disc can be turned clockwise or counterclockwise depending on whether the selected location is in the northern hemisphere or the southern hemisphere. 9 o’clock position large tourbillon, very grasping the eye, the Tourbillon feature of fresh is that it has a combination of constant power mechanism. This combination ensures accurate and uniform speed within 48 hours, accounting for about a half of the total 96 hours of power reserve watch. The 12 o’clock position of the dial also provides a more accurate Sideral stellar time display. A small dial located at the “12 o’clock” position shows the 24-hour star, which is the timing system used by astronomers. And a power reserve between 4 and 5 hours.