In the summer of 1884, IWC ushered in the digital era, and the first pocket watches with jumping numerals left the workshops. They were based on the Pallweber system developed by Josef Pallweber, and showed the hours and minutes in large numerals on rotating discs.
As part of its jubilee collection, the Company is proud to present the IWC Tribute to Pallweber Edition "150 Years" with a jumping-numeral display for the hours and minutes.
Manual-winding movement with 60 hours Power Reserve
limited to 250 watches
18 ct red gold case
Diameter 45.0 mm