The IWC Aquatimer Automatic 2000 watch is intended for the most rigorous professional diving demands. Resistant to the immense water pressure found 2000 meters below the sea, the Aquatimer Automatic 2000 fulfills the stringent requirements for saturation diving, and indeed, any sports application where a tough timepiece is essential. Packed with innovative IWC mechanical technology that is housed in a strikingly handsome titanium case, the Aquatimer Automatic 2000 is also a bold statement of masculine style.
The most striking visual element of the IWC Aquatimer Automatic 2000 is its two crowns. The topmost crown which screws down tightly to the case, allows winding and setting of the time and the date, while the lower one controls the innovative internal time-lapse bezel that is unique to IWC; each exacting click provides a tactile reminder of the precision engineering behind it. Bold luminous indications upon the dial and on the rotating bezel are easily read in the dark ocean depths; the 4.3-mm thick convex-ground sapphire crystal is both secure against massive pressures, and perfectly legible at all angles.
The supremely strong titanium bracelet which showcases IWC’s unique adjustment system joins the watch to the wrist, unless the IWC rubber strap is preferred. The IWC Aquatimer Automatic 2000 watch is powered by the 30110 calibre movement, which incorporates a date display, sweep seconds, and a power reserve of 42 hours. Nestled beneath the massive screwed titanium caseback of the Aquatimer Automatic, the carefully adjusted movement can be counted on to be both accurate and reliable, ensuring that the watch is an equally ideal companion for diving or daily wear.