IWC

IWC — The International Watch Company, abbreviated IWC, is one of the most renowned Swiss luxury watch brands. As a true manufacturer, IWC is able to carry out every stage of watch production, from engineering to the final assembly of its own case and motion components. #More about IWC



More about IWC

The International Watch Company, abbreviated IWC, is one of the most renowned Swiss luxury watch brands. As a true manufacturer, IWC is able to carry out every stage of watch production, from engineering to the final assembly of its own case and motion components. From aviation to scuba diving, IWC pushes the limits, always with elegance. Founded in 1868 by a pioneer of American watchmaking, Florentine Ariosto Jones, IWC is distinguished by aviator watches but also offers more elegant models. Mechanical timepieces are handcrafted in workshops with meticulous attention to detail. The six families of watches combine precision engineering with extraordinary and timeless design, bringing the finest technology and unique emotions to your wrist.

IWC

Frequently Asked Questions

In the case of a loan application, only people residing in Switzerland are eligible with our financial partners.

In the case of a purchase with direct payment, anyone anywhere can freely buy on our website.

All our new watches come with their original case and certificate as well as the brand’s international warranty. For pre-owned watches, the photos of the current state of the watch are below the description. These watches are controlled by an authorized professional and, in the event that the original warranty has expired, our company offers you a 12-month warranty.

These are the payment methods that we accept :
- 0% loan request for watches from CHF 2'000.- to CHF 14'000.-
- Traditional loan request for watches over CHF 14'000.-
- Bank transfer
- Credit card
- Twint

Your contractual partner is our company: Watch Dreamer SA. You will find all important information in our general terms and conditions. When you make your purchase on our platform, the terms and conditions will be available for reading during the purchasing process and your acceptation will be requested in order to validate your order.

For a 0% loan, you will only be asked for a copy of your ID.

For a traditional loan, you will be asked to provide your 3 last pay slips as well as a copy of your ID.

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