IWC Dress Watch 810

Why you have to go for a steel dress watch nowadays? Because steel is today’s gold, that’s why.

This IWC with reference 810 dates back to 1968 and is in perfect condition.

The watch has a case size of 34 millimeter, is made from stainless steel and comes with a high-quality black leather strap. The watch runs on IWC’s most famous and longest produced caliber 89. Caliber 89 is a simple but very accurate movement that was made by IWC’s former technical director Albert Pellaton himself.

This timepiece looks really sharp and has a beautiful off-white dial including (not all intact) tritium plots at the ends of the applied ‘baton’ hour markers and tritium hands. The watch has the original ‘fish crown’ so there is a little fish on top of the crown. This doesn’t shows that the watch was water resistant as many people think but is just a denotation for an original steel crown on the ref. 810 for that period.

This watch may not have the most distinctive or outrageous looks but definitely is a beautiful and stylish daily beater. So no reason to not pick up this stainless steel stunner.

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