IWC Schaffhausen watches - innovation and precision
IWC Schaffhausen, or the International Watch Company to be more precise, is a brand founded in 1868 in Switzerland. Probably due to its US-based founder, IWC Schaffhausen has an English-language name, unlike other watchmakers that also originate from Switzerland.
IWC Schaffhausen was known for producing mechanical watches with a unique style, but also ones that used various types of complications, i.e., additional features to measure parameters other than time. Very often IWC Schaffhausen watches featured a perpetual calendar and modules such as moon phases and a power reserve, for example.
Da Vinci, an iconic IWC Schaffhausen watch
The best-known IWC watch is the classic Da Vinci. Watches in this series come with either a round or rectangular dial. They are made in a variety of colours – this applies to bracelets, but also to leather straps.
Other exceptional IWC Schaffhausen watch models
The Pilot's Mark series is also noteworthy. Very simple, yet timeless men’s watches, perfect for all occasions. Also, the Ingenieur and Portugieser Automatic models are loved by users from all over the world.
Pilot's Mark series watches come in both bracelet and leather strap versions. They always feature functions such as a seconds hand and date. They are waterproof and due to the use of quality materials, very durable. For watches in this range steel, sapphire glass or natural leather are often used.