|Name:||GST Chronograph MecaQuartz Titanium|
|Produced:||1999 - 2002|
Price in euro
The IWC GST Chronograph MecaQuartz is a small version of IWC"s GST Chronograph, powered by Jaeger-LeCoultre's caliber 631 MecaQuartz chronograph movement.
'GST' stands for 'Gold, Stahl, Titan' and as such, the watch was available in either stainless steel, titanium or yellow gold. In each configuration the case measured a reasonable 34mm.
Reference IW3727-01 has a titanium case and matching bracelet.
The JLC caliber 631 'Mecaquartz' caliber is a movement with a quartz base powering a mechanical chronograph; it has a total of 233 parts and can be considered quite complicated. It was most notably used by JLC itself and IWC.
|Time:||Hours, Minutes, Small Seconds|