The Da Vinci Automatic appeals equally to men and women – a classic watch with three hands for those who prefer style and simplicity. On the one hand, there is the circular case with its eye-catching lugs. Following the comeback of the 1980s style, it has re-established itself as the feature that sets the Da Vinci models apart within the IWC watch families. With its moving horns, the watch fits snugly around a slim wrist, which makes it particularly attractive for women. On the other hand, the reductionist dial with its large Arabic numerals and elegant feuille hands is pleasingly neat and tidy. The watch is water-resistant to 3 bar and is powered by the tried-and-tested 35111 calibre. In addition, the small, rectangular date window is located at “6 o’clock”. The newly developed, three-wing butterfly clasp of the stainless-steel version guarantees a timepiece with perfect ergonomics. In its stainless-steel case and with its polished and satin-finished stain less-steel bracelet, the Reference IW356602 exudes a particularly beautiful, high-quality impression. The rhodium-plated surface of the dial is slate-coloured, the subtle grey tone providing an ideal backdrop for the hands and displays in gleaming steel. The Reference IW356601 with its silver-plated dial, gold-plated hour and minute hands and gold-plated indices is – to some extent – the counterpart to the model in pure stainless steel. The blue seconds hand brings a pleasantly contrasting touch of colour to the dial of the watch.