Different parts of the IWC‘s new flagship watch, the Ingenieur Constant-Force Tourbillon watch, fight for your attention. Do you stare at the meticulously well-crafted face and platinum casing or inside at the extremely precise inner workings? As is not often the case in life, both are the right answer. Surrounding the dark black dial with moon phase and power reserve displays is a solid, 46mm platinum and ceramic case fitted with a black crocodile leather strap. Inside, IWC used their caliber 94800 movement with patented constant force mechanism within the tourbillon, guaranteeing an extreme level of precision. Other features include a 96-hour power reserve, a porthole to the inner mechanics that can be fully seen from behind, and a countdown display showing the phases until the next full moon for both the northern and southern hemispheres. Available now from IWC and their select retailers for $290,000.