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IWC has had a recent flurry of activity – from updating its Portugieser chronograph to a spate of new Pilot watches including a limited edition tribute. The brand has also introduced two of its Portugieser watches, the IWC Portugieser Chronograph and the IWC Portugieser Automatic in new blue dial variants with stainless steel cases. With the trend firmly established across the industry, core collections and popular models getting a blue dial is an easy way for brands to offer something fresh.
The dark blue dials IWC replica watches UK have a sunburst finish and the double sub-dial design further makes them look similar at a glance. The stainless steel case – like previous Portugieser watches – is restrained but casual in design with traditional tapered lugs and a thin bezel. The Portugieser Automatic is the larger of the pair with a 42.3mm bezel and a double stepped case. It is also equipped with a larger fluted crown – but similar in design to the Portugieser Chronograph that has a 40.9mm case. Usually, we’d expect the chronograph version to be bigger than its time-only counterpart.
Rated to 30m of water resistance IWC copy watches, each of the new IWC Portugieser watches is best suited for daily office wear (if the design and the presence of an alligator strap didn’t give that away already). While the Automatic is equipped with a display back, the Chronograph is not, and I’ll get into why shortly.
Going back to the dial, both watches have applied Arabic markers and polished, rhodium plated leaf shaped hands which complement the case quite well. The Automatic has a sub-dial at 3:00 that indicates power reserve and another sub-dial at 9:00 for continuous seconds. The date window at 6:00 is hard to miss with its white date wheel standing out against the blue dial. I understand that it is difficult to match a date wheel to a sunburst dial, but it is not impossible, and at this price point, many will want that. The date display is regrettable, in my opinion, and actually detracts from what I find to be another handsome, appealing watch.
The fake IWC Portugieser Chronograph has the 30-minute chronograph counter at 12:00 and the continuous seconds at 6:00. Thankfully, we are spared the date window here. If you’re a fan of the newest IWC Portugieser Chronograph Classic released a little while ago, you’ll notice that this blue dialed sibling does not have the unique minute and hour totalizer at 12:00. This, combined with the steel caseback is a sign that IWC has defaulted to its Valjoux 7750-derived caliber 79350. This is a strange and frankly disappointing choice given the excellent in-house caliber 89361 they have available.
IWC shares a close relationship with the heirs of Antoine de Saint Exupéry that stretches back to 2006 with the launch of the IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph “Night Flight.” Antoine de Saint Exupéry was an acclaimed French poet, journalist, and writer who is best known for writing the novel The Little Prince. He was also a heck of a pilot. In honor of this impressive character, IWC has a collection of limited edition Pilot’s watches that pays tribute to both Antoine de Saint Exupéry as well as his most famous work. The latest one to do so is the new IWC Big Pilot’s Watch Annual Calendar Edition “Antoine De Saint Exupéry” watch.
The new fake Big Pilot’s Watch Annual Calendar Edition “Antoine De Saint Exupéry” is based closely on last year’s Big Pilot’s Watch Annual Calendar Edition “Le Petit Prince” but with a few changes. The Big Pilot’s Watch Annual Calendar Edition “Antoine De Saint Exupéry” comes in a hefty 46.2mm 18k red gold case and retains the large conical screw-in crown that has become a signature of IWC’s Big Pilot’s watches. Water resistance is a handy 60m, which means it should be good enough for the occasional swim.
The big change is on the dial. While watches in IWC’s “Le Petit Prince” collection have a deep and rich blue dial, the “Antoine De Saint Exupéry” watches distinguish themselves by having a rich tobacco brown dial, as we saw in the IWC Pilot’s Watch Double Chronograph hands-on. Judging from the press photos, the dial seems to match the red gold case nicely. Another notable feature of the dial is the stylized “A” under the annual calendar readouts that represents the author’s name.
Powering the Big Pilot’s Watch Annual Calendar Edition “Antoine De Saint Exupéry” is the IWC Caliber 52850, which is visible through a sapphire display caseback. It beats at a standard 4Hz and features a 7-day long power reserve thanks to two mainspring barrels. It also features the latest version of IWC’s Pellaton winding system, which has recently been upgraded with ceramic components to provide years of wear-free operation. It has also been handsomely decorated with Côtes de Genève and blued screws. However, the standout feature of the display has got to be the large 18k red gold winding rotor, which has been partially skeletonized to create a Lightning P-38 plane. The decision to use a Lightning P-38 plane is a sentimental one as Saint Exupéry disappeared over the Mediterranean sea in one when flying on a reconnaissance mission.
Obviously, the replica IWC Big Pilot’s Watch Annual Calendar Edition “Antoine De Saint Exupéry” will appeal most to fans of The Little Prince and admirers of the author. However, there’s a lot to like about the watch even if you are not familiar with Saint Exupéry and his works. The tobacco brown dial and the red gold case look like a great match and I especially like the watch’s winding rotor that is shaped like a Lightning P-38 plane. The IWC Big Pilot’s Watch Annual Calendar Edition “Antoine De Saint Exupéry” is limited to 250 pieces and is priced at $32,400.
IWC introduces its new Ingenieur line with the flagship IWC Ingenieur Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month fake watches UK. Limited production of 100 watches, the 18 k red gold timepiece stands out among the collection as the largest, heaviest and most expensive.
The Case and Dial
The watch measures 45 mm in diameter and 17.5 mm in thickness. Not for the faint hearted or thin wristed, the perpetual calendar packs a slew of functions with a digital date-month display and a flyback chronograph. Numerals and words on the dial use the signature IWC font, with a high degree of legibility. The hands and dial combination lean towards the sporty side, while the case is arguably classic. Noticeably, the bezel, now without the screws or decorations come across as rather thick, and tall. The polished finish of the case makes the watch look more dressy, and takes away some of its rugged appeal.
We like the design of the pushers and crown, with a nice curvature and press mechanism feel. The watch has a set of short lugs which makes it look more compact and round, less sleek than the Portuguese and but a lot more masculine. For most, it may take a longer period of acquired taste to get used to this hybrid look; this classic but not classic, sporty yet not sporty design.
The Ingenieur Perptual Calendar uses the IWC 89800 caliber; an automatic movement with a base used in the other flyback chronographs in IWC. The Perpetual Calendar module is added to the base caliber, which in part explains its thickness, and comes with a day, date, month, leap year digital display. The stacked wheel design as opposed to wheels on the same plane, (for e.g. those in Glashütte Original, A. Lange & Söhne) also contribute to the height of the movement.
The signature Pellaton pawl-winding system is used, which is said to improve rotor winding efficiency. Technically, the movement is impressive and arguably economical in terms of complication to price. Similar complications by other brands easily start in the 6 digit price range. That said, it comes at a trade off in finishing and movement aesthetics. Finishing wise, much is left to be desired, in fact a closed caseback might be a better option. The movement beats at 28,800 vph (4 Hz) and has a power-reserve of 68 hours.
The IWC replica Ingenieur Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month copy watches are possibly the best value to complication watch in this category. Although stylistically, we much prefer the IWC Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar Chronograph; which loses the digital mechanism, but is sleeker at 43 mm by 15.5 mm. In stainless steel, the Da Vinci is priced at about CHF 32,000 against the Ingenieur in red gold at CHF 49,500. When compared across brands, the Ingenieur Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month stands out in terms of value. The closest competitor worth noticing is the Chopard L.U.C Perpetual Calendar Chrono at about CHF 88,000 which has a much better finish, and similar dimensions at 45 mm and 15.5 mm. But then of course, it is manual winding and about twice the price. Other brands with similar complications include A. Lange & Söhne’s Datograph Perpetual at 41 mm x 13.5 mm and Patek Philippe’s 5270 (hand winding, non-flyback and much more expensive). Both of which are significantly better looking but many times the price. That said, the point of bringing them up is to show how expensive this complication, perpetual calendar and fly-back chronograph usually is, and the approximate size of the cases needed to house the movement.
When diving with air tanks began to gain popularity, IWC fake watches UK introduced the first Aquatimer in 1967. This diver’s watch, water-resistant up to 200 metres, had an internal rotating bezel for setting the dive time. To mark the 50th anniversary of Aquatimer diver’s watches, IWC Schaffhausen has released a special edition featuring the first Ceratanium ® case. This particular material is as light and unbreakable as titanium, but also as hard and scratch-resistant as ceramic.
The main reason behind combining titanium and ceramic was the fact that both materials have such excellent properties. Titanium is about a third lighter than steel, extremely rugged and also bio-compatible. Ceramic is non-wearing, extremely hard and scratch-resistant. This proprietary titanium alloy was developed over a 5 year long research process. All the case components are from this metal. The milling, turning, drilling and polishing are done before it goes into the oven. Once in the oven, the heat initiates a diffusion process in the titanium alloy and the surface of the material is transformed into ceramic.
IWC’s super one
The IWC replica Aquatimer Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month Edition “50 Years Aquatimer” (Ref. IW379403) is limited to just 50 pieces. Its most striking feature is the matte-black Ceratanium ® case. The clasp, crown and push-buttons are also made from Ceratanium ®. The dial is black, and some components of the IWC-manufactured calibre 89802 have also been coloured black, such as the rotor of the selfwinding system. The technical features include a digital perpetual calendar and flyback chronograph. The calendar displays the date and month in large numerals in the style of a digital watch, automatically recognising different month lengths and leap years. The chronograph with flyback function displays stop times, combined in a totalizer at 12 o’clock.
Like all Aquatimer models, this watch, which is water-resistant up to 10 bar, features an external/internal rotating bezel for setting the dive time. The IWC SafeDive system ensures that the internal rotating bezel can only be adjusted when the external bezel is rotated in an anticlockwise direction. As a result, even if the external bezel is accidentally moved, zero hour – the time at which the diver can return to the surface without the need for decompression stops – cannot be exceeded.
The special-edition IWC Aquatimer with a Ceratanium case replica will be available in IWC boutiques from September 2017 at the price of CHF 50,000.
IWC releases its latest Portofino, with the Portofino Hand-Wound Moon Phase. The model is available in stainless steel and red gold. In homage to the first Portofino from 1984, the new model shares a similar size and also bears the moon phase display.
The Case and Dial
The IWC Portofino Hand-Wound Moon Phase replica watches UK are sized at 45.0 mm in diameter and 13.2 mm in height. Though not the most palatable size for a classic watch, the case size is inherited as a homage to the original Portofino, which was designed in pocket watch dimensions. The larger sized case is also necessary for the big movement; which requires a larger barrel for the 8 days power reserve.
Applied indexes in matching red gold is set on the slate grey dial; finished with a sunburst effect. The dial is well balanced, and suitably complemented with thin swallow hands. A translucent film-like effect is seen on the date wheel, which we believe is a more subtle approach to enhance legibility to the date at certain angles, without adding too much to the dial.
The IWC Portofino is powered by the hand-wound 59800-calibre movement, which has a power reserve of 8 days when fully wound. The in-house movement uses 30 jewels and beats at 28, 800vph. The finishing is better than average, but not anywhere close to superior hand-finished movements, which is understandable given its relatively lower pricing.
The movement is designed reminiscent of old IWC pocket watches. On the plates and bridges, we can see some Côtes de Genève, perlage and dressage. We found the fausses côtes to be done very well, deep slopes have been cut on the bridges making for a more delectable appearance. The anglages on the bridges are also well executed, and we are quite pleased that IWC replica watches UK have chosen to include some very nice outward angles. Interesting to note about the movement, its moonphase mechanism is extremely precise and diverge from the actual phase of the moon by just 1 day in 577.5 years.
The IWC Portofino Hand-Wound Moon Phase is a well-executed yet arguably unsurprising piece added to the collection. Considering how the watch is based on the original Portofino, it is not in fairness to criticize the large case size. However, some may find issues with the busy dial, even more so when in comparison to the previous moon phase model, the IW544805 with roman numerals and breguet hands.
The Portofino line is mostly made up of simple, affordable watches, but IWC just made it a bit fancier with the addition of the Portofino Hand-Wound Tourbillon Rétrograde, the very first tourbillon in the collection named after the Italian resort town.
A large 45mm in diameter IWC replica watch UKand available only in 18k red gold, the tourbillon is powered by the cal. 59900. Related to the cal. 89900 found inside the Da Vinci Tourbillon Retrograde Chronograph launched earlier this year, the new calibre is hand-wound movement with an eight-day power reserve, thanks to an extremely large barrel visible through the display back. The bridges have been open-worked to reveal some of the mechanics, including the gear train and keyless works.
Just like the movement inside the more complex IWC Da Vinci fake watches, this is equipped with an unusual hacking tourbillon. When the crown is pulled to set the time, a pair of levers stop the balance wheel, allowing for more precise time-setting. Having been invented by A. Lange & Söhne, the stop-second tourbillon is still a novelty for IWC.
Additionally, the pallet fork and escape wheel are made of diamond-coated silicon (the diamond coating hardens the surface and reduces silicon’s sensitivity to temperature changes), significantly improving their efficiency by reducing friction and mass.
novel six clock design
On the front the flying tourbillon is visible at six o’clock, with the retrograde to its left and a power reserve on the right.
The Portofino Hand-Wound Tourbillon Rétrograde (ref. IW516501) is priced at S$87,800 in Singapore, equivalent to about US$64,000. It’s available at IWC boutiques and retailers.
Like many luxury replica IWC watchmakers these days, the goal of IWC isn’t so much about novelty as it is about refinement. Many of the classic watch models and themes we like are evolving slowly in the “Rolex Way,” meaning slight improvements over time as opposed to major shifts and spurts of design creativity. This is a good framework for understanding the current generation IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph reference 3777 family of watches refreshed back in 2016. If you are interested in this watch and the various versions available, I recommend you check out that link. For now, I’ll proceed to review a timepiece that I think should have a place in a lot of people’s collections as a regular wear option.
Sports watches are typically segmented into a few major categories based on the overall theme they are based on. While blending occurs often enough, purists tend to appreciate watches designed for rather specific purposes. To that end, we have the dive watch, the driving watch, and of course the pilot watch. Each of these core types of “activity timepieces” has an incredible variety, but tend to share more things in common with each other than differences. By this, I mean that if you put a lot of pilot watches together on a table, you’ll probably see a lot of things in common. In some ways, the IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph attempts to be an “elegant average” of what the brand feels you might expect to see in a pilot watch with a chronograph. It’s a blend of design themes and styles done together in a way that is balanced, logical, and steeped in actual history. In other words, it is what some people consider to be the formula for a perfect Swiss timepiece.
IWC men’ fake watches UK based out of Schaffhausen, Switzerland near the German border is no stranger to pilot watches. I believe that the brand produced them during both world wars, and moved from being a maker of good watches to luxury watches when the industry underwent major change mostly in the 1980s. Today IWC likes to play off of its history as much as it can, and compared to all of the sports watches it makes today (Aquatimer, Ingenieur, etc.) its pilot watches have the most “historic legitimacy.”
That doesn’t tend to matter to me as I am a fan of anyone who makes quality products regardless of their history, but it has benefited IWC cheap fake watches UK in a major way because when compared to their other watches, they seem to be the most comfortable when making pilot watches. It is as though the brand seems to really possess a strong grasp of what goes into a decent pilot watch, which makes their timepieces feel authentic from a design perspective, and comfortable when on the wrist. In other words, out of the many brands that make aviator watches, IWC aviator watches are among the few that really seem to feel comfortable in their own skin.
IWC has launched the limited-edition IWC Ingenieur Chronograph Sport Edition “50th Anniversary Of Mercedes-AMG” replica watches to commemorate, as the name suggests, the golden anniversary of AMG, the performance motoring arm of Mercedes-Benz. The watch will be available in a limited run of 250 pieces and is available at only a small premium over the standard Ingenieur Chronograph Sport.
Under the dial, this watch shares the same movement as the regular production IWC Ingenieur Chronograph Sport or the Portugieser Chronograph, which is the in-house Caliber 89361. An automatic chronograph equipped with 68 hours of power reserve, this movement offers flyback functionality, a feature that fits right in with the motorsport racing theme as it is used to time successive intervals of time like race laps. It also has the unique hour and minute totalizer (which we discussed in the above linked-to article) at 12 o’clock which is intended to make the chronograph reading more intuitive.
The one difference between this IWC Ingenieur Chronograph Sport Edition “50th Anniversary Of Mercedes-AMG” and the other watches equipped with the calibre 89361 is apparent when you look at the case back. Like the original Ingenieur from 1955, the IWC Mercedes-AMG Ingenieur Chronograph Sport is equipped with a soft iron cage that helps make the watch anti-magnetic, though IWC does not provide concrete figures on how anti-magnetic it actually is. In keeping with the motorsport and specifically AMG theme, the back of the soft iron cage has holes drilled into it in a radial formation to make it look like a brake disc. In addition, the back of the cage is engraved with the words, “Tribute to One Man One Engine.” This is in reference to the fact that each engine that is produced by AMG is assembled from scratch by a single AMG mechanic. Personally, I struggle to see the benefit of engraving and drilling into the soft iron cage, and think a solid case back with similar engravings would’ve been sufficient. The AMG theme, however, is loud and clear.
The dial is silver plated with a zero-to-sixty-styled index, another of the many motorsport-inspired design changes. On that note, IWC red second hand replica watches UK have said that the color scheme of red, white, and anthracite was meant to reflect the color scheme found on race tracks around the world, i.e., red and white for the curbs and anthracite for the asphalt. All the hands related to the chronograph function are in red, while the ones dedicated to telling time are in black. The dial is completed by a date window at 3 o’clock and in a final touch to the motorsport theme, a tachymeter scale around the edge – a feature that, while not particularly useful in this day and age, was definitely expected on such a watch.
All of this is housed in 44mm titanium case IWC fake watches rated for 120m of water-resistance, with a screw down crown and rectangular pushers. At 15.9mm thick and with Grade 5 titanium which has the appearance of stainless steel, you’d be forgiven for expecting this to be a heavy watch. However, one of the primary benefits of titanium is that it is a very light yet strong metal. While the use of titanium is not unique to this limited edition, it definitely fits right in with the idea of performance motorsports where lightweight, strong materials are highly prized. The case has brushed sides, polished front and back bezels and polished crown guards and pushers. The bezel for the case back is engraved with “Edition 50th Anniversary of Mercedes-AMG” and “One out of 250.”