IWC Pays Tribute To Pallweber’s “Live Pics & Pricing” For 150 Years

One of the company’s most famous Cheap IWC Replica Watches pocket watches produced in the late 19th century was a digital display pocket watch named Pallweber. The Pallweber pocket watch is named after the Austrian watch manufacturer Josef Pallweber. He patented his invention in 1883 and licensed it to IWC. (Later, he authorized the design to other Swiss manufacturers, but IWC Pallwebers is perhaps the most widely known). Since 1885, IWC has only produced Pallweber pocket watches for a short time. They were very popular at first, but just a few years later, the market seemed tired of this novelty. After 1887, production stopped. Due to the short production cycle, they are also one of the most collectible products of IWC’s early pocket watches. Now, for the first time, the Pallweber jumping hour and minute display provided by the IWC as a wristwatch is revolutionary in its era.

The original Parveber pocket watch used a sport with a unique bifurcated cock on the third and fourth wheels – the base was one of IWC’s so-called “Elgin” movements. The name is a bit mysterious; apparently, this has nothing to do with the Elgin Watch Company, but Fake IWC Watches did not have any reason for this name being selected in the records of this era.

The version of the Pal Weber watch you see here is very much in line with the size of its pocket watch; the diameter is 45mm, although it is also relatively thin, it is 12mm. Of course, this movement was made by IWC; this is the new IWC Replica Watches caliber 94200 with a speed of 28,800 vph and a pretty good 60-hour power reserve (taking into account the energy consumption caused by the jump time indication, all of these It’s all more impressive.) The box is red, the dial is white paint; worldwide, the output is limited to 250 pieces.

Another three-disc, hour-and-minute watch I know of is the Lange & Sohne Zeitwerk, which is a more complex structure that includes a remontoire d’egalite to help ensure balanced, unchanging torque. The Zeitwerk watch is also smaller in diameter than Pal Weber and has a diameter of 41.9 mm (a slightly thicker 12.2 mm than Pal Weber). In terms of performance, the biggest difference between Pal Weber and Zeitwerk is energy reserves: 36 hours of Zeitwerk and 60 hours of Pallweber. Part of the reason may be that remonotoire d ‘egalite requires a certain minimum energy balance to wind the remontoire spring and Zeitwerk cuts your stop working at the age of 36, instead of allowing you to enter this part of the main motivational power output curve remontoire spring is no longer wounded.

The price difference between the two is also quite large: Zeitwerk is currently US$76,200, while Pallweber’s reference IW505002 is represented by “150 years” of red gold, which is priced at US$36,600. As we approach the 2018 edition of SIHH, please pay attention to more news on the 150th anniversary series of Best IWC Replica Watches.