IWC Schaffhausen Timepieces
Characteristics of IWC Watches
Florentine Ariosto Jones founded The International Watch Company in 1868, seeking to combine the best Swiss watchmaking techniques with the latest in cutting-edge American technology to create a new generation of fine watches. With the innovation of hydropower, IWC harnessed this leading technology to create their very first movement, the eponymous Jones Calibre. Today, IWC Watches maintains that legacy of forward-thinking precision. Always using top-of-the-line technology in accord with artistry that has stood the test of time, IWC creates artisanal timepieces that are defined by their powerful designs.
Popular IWC Watch Collections
Bold pieces, with slender Arabic numerals, and a railway-track-style chapter ring, these simple-to-use watches have served as a benchmark for over eight decades. Uncluttered, with clear and easy-to-read Roman numerals, these timepieces are straightforward and pragmatic in both form and function, clad in the traditional round, golden casings.
The conical crown of the Pilot’s watch is a homage to the earliest aviators, as its shape made it easy to grip and set in the gloves necessary in cockpits devoid of climate control. Watertight to two-hundred meters, the Aquatimer family features easy to see two-tone Super Lumi-Nova fluorescent coating, making it quick to orient and read in even the darkest conditions.
Why Shop IWC Watches at Albert’s Diamond Jewelers?
At Albert’s Diamond Jewelers, we’ve been a pillar of the region since 1905. As such, we’ve learned all about the value of time. More specifically, the value of Your time. We’re proud to offer repair and appraisal services on any of your jewelry or timepieces, as well as financing, (available with approved credit) on the purchase of your next chronometer. Visit our showroom in Schererville, convenient to Chicago, Lansing, and Willowbrook, and let us show you how quick and easy it can be to select a watch from people who truly understand the value of time.