IWC IW325504 Mark XVI Black Dial SS / SS (26040)

26040 IWC Mark XVI 3255, 3255-04, IW325504, 325504, stainless steel on a stainless steel bracelet, automatic movement, date window located at 3 o'clock position, scratch resistant sapphire crystal, black dial with arabic numerals, diameter: 39mm, thickness: 11.5mm, water resistant to 60 meters/180ft, Like New with inner and outer boxes and instruction booklet.

$4,200
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More about IWC IW325504 Mark XVI Black Dial SS / SS

This is a stainless steel IWC Mark XVI, reference IW325504. It has a stainless steel bracelet and a domed scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating. There is a solid screw-down case back engraved with "International Watch Company – Fliegeruhr (Pilot Watch)," a screw-in winding crown, and an additional soft iron inner case for shielding against magnetic fields. The 39mm diameter solid two-body case, downturned lugs, and angled bezel are polished/brushed satin. The dial is black with painted luminescent Arabic numeral hour markers, baton, and triangle indices. It has a radial 60-minute/second scale luminous leaf hands, and a center sweep second hand. There is a date aperture window at the 3 o'clock position. It has a power reserve of 42-hours at full wind, and it is water resistant to 60 meters/200 feet. The 10.2mm thick case, dial, and movement are all signed.

The mechanical automatic self-winding IWC caliber 30110 movement is rhodium-plated. It's constructed with 21 jewels, a shock absorber deice, and a straight-line lever escapement. It includes a monometallic balance, and a self-compensating flat balance spring. The mechanism oscillates at a frequency of 28,800 vph (4 Hz).