Note that the IWC fans of the calendar should now know that 2018 is the 150th anniversary of the birth of a Swiss brand, schaeffhauen. IWC in 1868 by the United States horological manufacturer fo Luo Lunting ariosto founded Jones, it will slowly in its long history of a century and a half – the company gradually developed into a solid engineering watch Latin motto – “Probus Scafusia” – translated into “from the era of howson craftsmanship”. To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the brand, IWC has just unveiled two high-tech tour-wheel wristwatches that clearly show the brand’s proprietary technology in complex tabulation. Meet the new fake IWC Portugieser Perpetual Calendar Tourbillon Edition “150 Years” and the IWC Portugieser Constant-Force Tourbillon Edition “150 Years.”
The IWC Portugieser Perpetual Calendar Tourbillon Edition “150 Years” replica watch is of great significance because it is The first time that The universal table has been combined with The tourbillons on The dial. The wristwatch, which USES a 45-millimeter-wide Portuguese style case, will be instantly recognizable from its distinctive short curved ears and rugged knurled crown. With a black Santoni crocodile strap and a waterproof depth of only 30 meters, it is self-evident that it should be kept out of the water.
The dial is white, with a painted surface and large black Arabic numerals in the logo of the IWC Portugieser replica watches. The size of the heat treatment leaves and the minute hand, and the simple rail-type minute track ensure that the time can be easily read. At 9 o ‘clock, you can use the subdial to indicate that the day, 3 o ‘clock has a subdial display date and power reserve. At 6 o ‘clock, there is a monthly indicator and a monthly display, at around 8 o ‘clock, you have a year indicator. Finally, the flying tourbillon turns around at 12 o ‘clock every minute.
The inner core is the automatic upper chain IWC 51950, which is based on the Caliber 51900 of the IWC’s other tourbillons (such as Portugieser Tourbillon MystereRetrograde), but USES the smart 82 calendar modules developed by Kurt Klaus. It also has the IWC’s pelarton winding system and has 168 hours or 7 days of generous power reserves. It is visible through the sapphire screen and is equipped with a special commemorative 18k gold rotor.