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patek philippe watches for men Hands-On Using the IWC Da Vinci Chronograph Edition "Laureus Sport For Good Foundation"In front of us would be the 11th Laureus IWC special edition within the famous blue color: the IWC Da Vinci Chronograph Edition 'Laureus Sport for Good Foundation'. Let's take a glance.Laureus Sport for GoodThe Laureus Sport permanently (here after: Laureus) is often a nonprofit that's founded by Richemont and Daimler in 2000. The purpose of Laureus is by using sports to make the world a much better place, without voilence, discrimination and disadvantage. Supporting over 100 programmes in approximately 40 countries, Laureus attempts to create a telecomutting saves gas. Since 2005, watches IWC is a huge partner of Laureus. Every year they've created a Laureus unique watch, ones portion of the proceeds visits keep the sport projects. All replica watches have this typical blue dial with an engraving involved back. The engraving will depend on the prize winner of your drawing competition for children, organized by IWC.The initial special Laureus watch was released by IWC in the year 2006.2006 IWC Portugieser Chrono Automatic IW371432 2007 IWC Pilot Chronograph IW371712 2008 IWC Da Vinci Chronograph IW376404 2009 - No Laureus watch 2010 IWC Portugieser Automatic IW376404 2011 IWC Ingenieur Automatic IW323310 2012 IWC Portofino Chronograph IW323310 2013 IWC Portugieser Yacht Club Chronograph IW390213 2014 IWC Portugieser Chronograph Classic Edition IW390406 2015 IWC Ingenieur Automatic IW390406 2016 IWC Portofino Automatic Moon Phase 37 IW459006 2017 IWC Da Vinci Chronograph IW393402This year, IWC introduced a fresh line-up of Da Vinci models, for men and women. Among the SIHH novelties was this IWC Da Vinci Chronograph Edition 'Laureus Sport permanently Foundation' cheap tag heuer replica watches . Besides, the IWC Da Vinci Tourbillon Chronograph and Perpetual Calendar Chronograph there isn't any 'regular' Da Vinci Chronograph other than this special edition Laureus model. I had been capable of going hands-on with your beautiful blue dial versions yesterday.The IWC Da Vinci Chronograph is founded on the 1980s Da Vinci that IWC once suffered from of their collection, until they began with the tonneau-shaped Da Vinci in 2007. This year, IWC says farewell for this particularly shaped case and revives the round Da Vinci that had been originally introduced in 1985. The Da Vinci collection therefore is quite a bit older and dates back to 1969.Even though 1980s aren't in reality renowned for its taste in design, the Da Vinci model became strong as well as the new 2017 collection has got a really nice modern touch.Blue DialOne from the first items to notice is the beautiful blue dial as well as the contrast together with the silver hands and applied large Arabic numerals on the dial. It's a beautiful sight and really easily readable. The dial features a couple of red accents in it at the same time, as we discussed when track has red numerals at 15, 30, 45 and 60. The top of the chronograph seconds hand is usually red. The hour and minute totalizers come in the sub dial at 12 o'clock, whilst the normal running seconds and date aperture can be found at 6 o'clock. The chronograph has a fly-back function, for the quick restart.The dials are snailed and provides a pleasant subtle contrast on the large blue dial.Beefy LugsThe case design is based on the 1985 Da Vinci, because i wrote above. The lugs certainly are a bit different though, and still have this newer touch. Even if you can actually buying a lugs to become a bit beefy, they may not be as chunky as being the original 1980s design.That has a diameter of 42mm, I came across the watch to become comfortable to wear within the wrist. This is a 'medium'-size case nowadays, which makes it a great (dress) watch for some men on the market. The watch is thick, having its 14.5mm, but also for a chronograph that is fine.The crown is signed IWC Probus Scafusia, that is the company's motto since 1903. It really is Latin and means - freely translated - 'Good thing (or quality) from Schaffhausen'. The massive pushers look nicely crafted and are very easy to operate.Hou Ye from ShanghaiThe case back doesn't reveal the movement, but alternatively shows a drawing created by a young kid who won the drawing competition organized by IWC. This year's engraved drawing appeared from the 12-year old Hou Ye from Shanghai, China.Around the WristThe watch is rather comfortable, despite its height and beefy lugs. The lugs are actually nicely curved and be sure that the strap, produced by Santoni, fits the wrist nicely. The orange lining of the strap would be the Italian shoe manufacturer's signature. I am a happy shoe wearer of this brand since over a decade, and may only underline the craftsmanship and excellence of them. I could only estimate that straps manufactured by Santoni have equal quality (moreover they look awesome). The IWC Da Vinci Chronograph has a folding clasp naturally.In-house Chronograph MovementIn this price category (13.700 Euro), expect a movement to be manufactured in-house. IWC uses their caliber 89361 chronograph just for this watch. A fly-back chronograph movement with column-wheel that ticks at 28.800vph and possesses a 68 hour power-reserve. The chronograph includes a 12 hour totalizer (combined in a sub dial while using minute totalizer).Some ThoughtsSupporting an excellent cause like Laureus by purchasing a good looking watch can be an interesting approach. Portion of the proceeds coming from all sales check out Laureus and enabled teenagers to invest time wisely rather than choosing difficult situations. I attended a charity diner in regards to a month ago , coupled with IWC and it also was interesting to explore this foundation. I found that some individuals all have (eleven) IWC Laureus editions and possess been supporting the nice cause a lot I would say.Although I'd my doubts concerning this new Da Vinci at first, like i said previously the 1980s aren't in reality renowned for its taste in design, IWC did a great job in designing this new edition. The IWC Da Vinci Chronograph is very little simple copy-paste or retro project that any of us see with the amount of other brands today (a good thing per se), but invested a large amount of effort in creating an intriguing timepiece that is 'classic' enough for many years. 13.700 Euro with this timepiece just isn't cheap, but given the fact that it is definitely well-finished, carries a stunning blue dial, a beautiful case, Santoni alligator strap along with an in-house developed chronograph movement adds up to this asking price. Besides, some of it is likely to support a great cause.Added to that, the watch is restricted to 1500 pieces so it is a collector's item beyond doubt.More info via IWC on-line.