IWC: Portuguese


Portuguese Tourbillon Mystère rose gold 5N
Ref. IW5042

  • Features Mechanical movement, “flying” minute tourbillon, automatic Pellaton winding system, seven-day power reserve, power reserve display, small seconds hand at “9 o’clock”, Breguet balance spring, rotor with 18 ct. gold medallion, limited to 500 watches
  • Movement Calibre 50900
  • Vibrations 19,800/ h / 2.75 Hz
  • Jewels 44
  • Power reserve 7 days (168 h)
  • Winding automatic
  • Case Material rose gold 5N, 18 ct.
  • Glass sapphire, antireflective
  • Water-resistant 3 bar
  • Diameter 44.2mm Height 14.2mm
  • Weight Watch in rose gold 5N with black crocodile leather strap and rose gold folding clasp 133 g



Portuguese Chrono-Rattrapante

Ref. IW3712

Portuguese Chrono-Rattrapante from IWC Schaffhausen: Making watches that are not only functional, but also display beauty and elegance through their clarity, has always been the factory's aim. With the addition of a third button, IWC has perfected the timepiece by taking a step forward into the future and is now about to launch a yellow gold variant with a silvered dial. The existing rose gold case is also available with a black dial. A stylish visual identity matches the technical finesse of the split-second (rattrapante) mechanism.

  • Features mechanical chronograph movement, split-seconds hand for intermediate timing, small second with stop device
  • Movement Caliber 76240
  • Vibrations 28 800/h
  • Jewels 31
  • Power reserve 48 h
  • Winding hand-wound
  • Case Materials 18 ct rose gold, 18 ct yellow gold, stainless steel
  • Glass sapphire, convex
  • Water-resistant 3 bar (30 m)
  • Diameter 40,9 mm Height 12,3 mm
  • Weight complete watch in in rose gold 110 g complete watch in yellow gold 110 g complete watch in stainless steel 077 g

Portuguese Automatic 2000 from IWC

The Schaffhausen company launches into the new millennium with a newly designed and unprecedented automatic movement. The huge calibre measures an impressive 38.2 x 7.2 mm, and has a maximum power reserve of 8.5 days – although it is designed to stop automatically after precisely seven days or 168 hours. It features the Pellaton winding system, an IWC patent regarded as one of the most efficient automatic wristwatch winding devices ever created.
The new IWC movement is to be featured initially in the Portuguese Automatic 2000, which is being manufactured in a limited edition of 1,000 pieces in steel, 750 in rose gold and 250 in platinum. The steel model has a twin-colour dial: black and silver-plated. The rose gold model has a silver-plated dial with embossed, rose gold-plated hour indices and gold-plated hands. All models come with a sapphire glass back for an unimpeded view of the movement. Limited edition of 125 pieces

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