Stainless Steel IWC ref. 3211 Yacht Club II. Year 1980. The Yacht Club II series was produced in different sizes from the late seventies until the mid-eighties with a production number which is believed to be less than 500 in total - only very few with automatic movement. The ultra-thin IWC caliber 3254 (34 jewels) was based on the famous caliber 889 from Jaeger LeCoultre, just like Audemars Piguet’s calibers 2125 and 2225 in the Royal Oak 14790. YACHT CLUB II. Includes IWC box.
Case: Stainless steel
Strap: Stainless steel
Diameter: 41.0 mm
Height: 10.7 mm
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