Although it is still in the cold winter of the North, the warm sunshine island still makes people’s hearts. The turquoise waters and stretches of sandy beaches are the perfect destination for diving. Since the launch of the first marine timepiece in 1967, IWC has become an indispensable member of our timepiece series. These models exude dynamic, dynamic and powerful, and this IWC New Ocean 2000 automatic dive watch Ref. 3580, with its amazing 2000 meters waterproof performance and elegant design, makes it the leader in these models.
IWC New Ocean 2000 Automatic Diving watch Ref. 3580 gives the first impression is big, very big! The diameter is 46 mm, which is the largest diving watch IWC has ever built. Fortunately, the case is made of all-titanium alloy. Thanks to the lightweight nature of titanium, the watch is large in size but does not feel pressed against the wrist.
In addition to the IWC New Ocean 2000 automatic diving watch Ref. 3580 appearance is characterized by a slightly thick hemispherical sapphire crystal. There is no doubt that this stuff feels (perhaps) one of the most expensive parts of the entire watch. The side view mirror is raised a few millimeters above the bezel, which is understandable given the amazing depth of its dive. The large dial is black with a vertical stripe of stripes, a bit like the texture of a teak deck, reminiscent of the fast sailing in the ocean. The dial is simple, the readability is excellent, and the strong green tone of SuperLuminova luminous material is a bit retro.
IWC New Ocean 2000 Automatic Diving Watch Ref. 3580 rubber strap with an extra-long version of the strap to fit the wetsuit. Fortunately, IWC also designed a quick-change mechanism for the strap, which is intuitive and convenient to operate. Simply press the button on the back of the strap to replace it.