IWC Portofino Hand-Wound Pure Classic Watch

Despite the latest technological breakthroughs in forging new materials, creating new interior movement designs, or creating rugged watches for “engineers,” the universal appeal of simple and elegant dress watches is something luxury brands can’t ignore. In recent years, IWC Replica Watches has been busy redesigning its Portuguese chronograph (here commentary) and Aquatimer (here debut article) series, and it seems that it is time to provide “pure and classic” things. IWC decided to add these phrases to the name of the 2015 new dress watch: IWC Portofino Hand-Wound Pure Classic (refer to IW511101 Red Gold and IW511102 Steel).

The dress watch is not dead: creating the latest, greatest, most complex and most resistant in the fierce competition between luxury brands (no matter what influence the wearer can never survive), there is still a huge market. Limits and classic appearance timepieces. It is clear that IWC Replica Portofino Hand-Wound Pure Classic is intended to occupy a place in the high-end classical clothing watch market – although as we have seen, there are some hypocrisy.

Consolation is of course the internal movement and its eight-day power reserve, which is obviously impossible to stuff into a 38 mm wide box, as it may simply not fit at all. In essence, is the new Portofino pure? Oh, yes, very much. Classic? Maybe not so much – but only because of the more modern size. Regardless of the traditional size of the dress watch, we look forward to seeing the actual operation of the Cheap IWC Replica Watches Portofino Hand-Wound Pure Classic on SIHH in mid-January, to personally feel how this larger size works in “metal.” The steel version (reference IW511102) is priced at $10,400, while the red gold model (reference IW511101) is priced at $19,900.