Meet IWC Ingenieur Constant-Force Tourbillon (IW5900)

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Today I bring you a IWC watch published in SIHH 2013, the biggest feature is being assembled at the Constant-Force Tourbillon, the first application of research and development in 2013 in the engineering watch family of constant-force tourbillon watch engineers, that is the IWC Ingenieur Constant-Force Tourbillon IW590001 watch I'll share with you.
The traditional manual-winding watch, the tension of their movement in the initial state is always greater than the end of the state, the resulting force is constantly changing. The IWC adopted to accompany the constant-force tourbillon transfer device inside the tourbillon visible in one of the constant-force integration mechanism, watch the veritable heart.
The newly developed 94800-calibre basic movement features two barrels that provide the energy for the higher torque required to drive the constant-force tourbillon. It also provides the moon phase module with the necessary power. The double moon display depicts the surface of the earth’s only natural satellite so realistically that even tiny craters can be recognized. The design on the movement side, visible through the transparent sapphire-glass back, was inspired by a sports car’s engine block. Perforations provide a clear view of the intermeshing gears: performance engineering for purists.
This Replica IWC Ingenieur Constant-Force Tourbillon use 950 platinum and ceramics to build the case, black dial, black crocodile leather strap with platinum pin buckle. 46 mm oversized table diameter, imposing intrinsic intrinsic tourbillon device located watch the 9 o'clock position. The countdown scale shows the number of days remaining until the next full moon. The power reserve display between “4” and “5 o’clock” indicates the energy remaining in the mainspring.
There is also a moon phase module (upper right quadrant of dial), with finely detailed moons and showing the 3 of days until the next full moon. In the lower right quadrant is the power reserve display. This is no doubt a fine piece, though I do find the interplay of platinum and ceramic in the case to be a bit unusual looking. High-res and more. Visible in the watch by the nested inner uppercase letter "I" and slender serif combination of historic classic pattern. The letter symbol Engineers (Ingenieur), but also gives a special embossed pattern depth.