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IWC’s latest creation: the Aquatimer Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month. This isn’t just any watch; it’s a star in the upcoming “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” movie.

Their experimental team, XPL, known for messing with cool materials and tech, designed some wickedly glowing watches for the bad guys in “Aquaman” – Black Manta and Dr. Stephen Shin. These glowing wonders inspired two special editions in the Aquatimer line. Neat, right?

The coolest thing about these watches? They’ve got this perpetual calendar thing going on with digital displays for the date and month. It’s like having a mini computer on your wrist that knows which month is which and even figures out leap years. Powered by IWC’s own 89802 caliber, this watch is more than just a pretty face – it’s smart and packs a 68-hour power punch.

For those who like a bit of deep-sea action, this watch has got you covered. Thanks to IWC’s SafeDive System, you can keep track of your dive times and make sure you don’t surface too fast. It’s like having a dive buddy on your wrist.

This isn’t just about slapping a watch on a movie character’s wrist. IWC and “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” are all about the details. It’s a cool blend of storytelling and top-notch watchmaking.

IW379405 AQUATIMER PERPETUAL CALENDAR DIGITAL DATE-MONTH Black dial w/red SuperLuminova, hands and indices.
IW379406 AQUATIMER PERPETUAL CALENDAR DIGITAL DATE-MONTH Black dial w/blue superluminova, hands and indices


Ready for the specs? These limited-edition beauties (only 25 of each!) come in a tough 49mm Ceratanium case, rocking a stealthy black look with either red or blue SuperLuminova for that extra pop. The movement is IWC’s in-house caliber 89802. And it’s not just about telling time; there’s a chronograph and flyback function in there too.

View of IWC’s in-house caliber 89802

All this cool stuff comes with a price, and it’s a biggie – $57,600. While it’s an amazing piece of craftsmanship and perfect for the high-roller watch collectors, it’s definitely a stretch for most of us. It’s one of those watches that screams luxury and exclusivity but also reminds us that sometimes, the coolest things in life come with a price tag that’s just a tad too high.

Due to the unpredictable and volatile market on certain Rolex, Patek Philippe and Audemars Piguet watches, prices are subject to change.