Material innovation has been a popular way for watch brands to distinguish themselves from their competitors, and according to Cheap IWC Replica, Ceratanium is an alloy that took them five years to get right. The end result is a material that combines the lightness and corrosion-resistance of titanium with the hardness and scratch-resistance of ceramic – which is also pretty light.
While Ceratanium certainly sounds cool, we are going to reserve our judgment until we get to handle the actual watch. Combining materials to create new ones isn’t all that new. Hublot has been at it for years, fusing gold and ceramic to create Magic Gold, carbon fiber and IWC Replica Watches aluminum to make Texalium, and magnesium and aluminum to give us Hublonium. Besides, ceramic isn’t all that heavy to begin with, so I’m not sure how much it is going to benefit from the blending of titanium or how that will affect the material’s look and texture.
The Fake IWC Watches is not only wide, but measures a hefty 19mm in thickness. For these measurements, a light case material was perhaps obligatory. To match the case, the watch will come with a black rubber strap. Water resistance is 100m, which is adequate for swimming and light scuba diving, and the absolute minimum for calling something a dive watch.
Since this is an Aquatimer, it also features the IWC Copy Watches, which is an ingenious take on the diving bezel. Owners rotate the bezel like they would on a regular dive watch, but thanks to some clever gearing, this causes the internal bezel to rotate.
Powering the watch is the Caliber 89802, which is self-winding, beats at 4Hz, and has a power reserve of 44 hours. IWC has been using the movement for years in other watches such as the IWC Replica Watches that you will notice has a pretty similar dial design thanks to the movement’s layout. The movement is visible through a sapphire display caseback and some components, like the rotor and certain bridges, have been blackened to match the black case.