While Ceratanium certainly sounds cool, we are going to reserve our judgment until we get to handle the Replica Watches. Combining materials to create new ones isn’t all that new. Hublot has been at it for years, fusing gold and ceramic to create Magic Gold, carbon fiber and aluminum to make Texalium, and magnesium and aluminum to give us Hublonium. Besides, ceramic isn’t all that heavy to begin with, so I’m not sure how much it is going to benefit from the blending of titanium or how that will affect the material’s look and texture.
The IWC Aquatimer Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month Edition “50 Years Aquatimer” watch’s Ceratanium case measures 49mm wide and has a matte black finish that IWC Replica Watches says closely resembles ceramic. The watch is not only wide, but measures a hefty 19mm in thickness. For these measurements, a light case material was perhaps obligatory. To match the case, the watch will come with a black rubber strap.
Water resistance is 100m, which is adequate for swimming and light scuba diving, and the absolute minimum for calling something a dive watch. I feel that as a member of the Aquatimer collection, the watch should have a higher water resistance of at least 200m, but Swiss Replica Watches with fancy complications such as this should generally be handled with care anyway.