WatchBox Studios

IWC Aquatimer Chronograph IW376711 Luxury Watch Review This IWC Aquatimer Chronograph ref 3767-11 is the ultimate sidekick for an active lifestyle. Its 44mm stainless steel case boasts 300m (1,000ft) of water resistance, so it's going to laugh at showers, pools, and jet-ski wipeouts. More than a tough watch, the IWC Aquatimer Chronograph is a versatile watch. With its quick-release strap system (courtesy of Richemont sister firm Cartier), the Aquatimer can transition to leather straps or metal bracelets faster than a champion triathlete swaps water to pavement. Armed with a chronograph and a day-date display, this Aquatimer packs all of the complications a man (or woman) on the go could ever need. Automatic winding and a 44-hour power reserve arrive courtesy of a 25-jewel IWC caliber 79320 movement based on the bombproof ETA/Valjoux 7750. A richly detailed sapphire-capped diver's bezel does more than look sharp; thanks to the indelible protection of the sapphire cap, IWC is able to fit this Aquatimer bezel with a full array of luminescent markings. For good measure, two different Super LumiNova colors are used to distinguish between the first 15-minutes and the remainder of the dive. See this handsome and versatile IWC Aquatimer Chronograph reference 3767-11 in high-resolution images on Video and content by Tim Mosso