IWC IW376410 Da Vinci Flyback Chronograph 18K White Gold (29260)

29260 IWC 3764 Da Vinci Chronograph Flyback, IW376410, 3764-10, 376410, 18k white gold brushed and polished tonneau case on a brown alligator strap with 18k white gold deployant buckle, metallic grey dial and silver sub dials, Automatic movement, 12 hour flyback chronograph, small seconds register, date and small second at 6 o'clock, screw-down crown, sapphire crystal, water resistant to 30 meters, diameter: 43mm, thickness: 14mm, height: 51mm (including lugs), Like New with box and papers that are undated.


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This is an 18K white gold IWC Da Vinci Chronograph Flyback, IW376410. It has a brown alligator leather strap and a matching white gold deployant clasp. The solid three-body tonneau case, downturned bezel, lapidated lugs, and inset shaped rectangular chronograph pushbuttons are polished and brushed, with a screw-down crown. The crystal is scratch-resistant sapphire and the sapphire display case back is secured with 8 screws; each crystal has an antireflective coating on both sides. The dial is metallic grey with luminous 18K white gold baton index hour markers, raised outer minute divisions with Arabic numeral 5-minute intervals, and 15-minute markers in red. It has luminous white gold alpha hands, a central flyback-feature chronograph hand, and a stopwatch function with hours, minutes, and seconds. There are two silver subsidiary dials: The date and small seconds are at 6 o'clock, and the hour and minute counters are combined in a single totalizer at 12 o'clock. It's water resistant to 30 meters, with a 68-hour power reserve at full wind. The case, dial, and movement are all signed. The automatic winding IWC caliber 89360 movement is rhodium-plated. It's constructed with 40 jewels, a shock absorber mechanism, and a straight-line lever escapement. It includes a monometallic balance, a self-compensating balance spring, an index regulator, and small hacking seconds.

IWC debuted the Da Vinci calendar/chronograph In1985, and in 2007, they introduced their in-house manufactured caliber 89000 movement, in a distinctive tonneau-shaped case. Stopped hours and minutes could be discerned immediately as if on a second time display, no longer having to be viewed in separate counters.