For 2014, IWC presents a revamped collection of the Swiss watchmaker’s Aquatimer dive watch. The defining characteristics of the timepiece include a large and robust case (typically starting at 42mm), external rotating bezel with sapphire inserts and bright Superluminova markings. They’re joined by an internal bezel controlled by an external rotating bezel free of markings, resulting in ease of use with while maintaining a sleek look. A trio of the notable pieces from the collection are pictured below: the Aquatimer Chronograph Edition Galapagos Islands in a black rubber-coated steel construction; the Aquatimer Chronograph Edition Expedition Charles Darwin, featuring the same calibre 89365 as the Edition Galapagos Islands but built with a solid bronze case (a first for IWC); and the Aquatimer Automatic 2000, the first serially made titanium dive watch. Check out detailed looks below.