IWC PORTUGIESER Is A “150-year Tublon Watch” Designed For 2018

The IWC fans concerned about the calendar should now know that 2018 marks the 150th anniversary of the famous brand in Schaffhausen, Switzerland. Founded by American watchmaker Florentine Ariosto Jones in 1868, IWC will slowly, gradually, be known for its solid engineering watches in its history of a century and a half. The company’s Latin aphorism “Probus Scafusia” translates as “Superb craftsmanship of Schaffhausen”. To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the brand’s birth, Cheap IWC Replica Watches has just launched two high-tech tourbillon watches that clearly demonstrate the brand’s know-how in complex watchmaking. This is the 150 Years of the IWC Portugieser Perpetual – Force Tourbillon Edition and the 150 Years of the IWC Portugieser Portubillon Edition.

 

The “150 Years” of the Portuguese Permanent Calendar Tourbillon is very important because it is the first time that the IWC has combined a permanent calendar with a tourbillon on the dial. This watch uses a 45 mm wide Portuguese case, Best IWC Replica Watches fans will instantly recognize its unique short and curved strap, and a thick knurled crown. Coupled with the black Santoni crocodile belt, waterproof capacity is only 30 meters, needless to say, it should stay away from water.

 

The dial is white, painted on the surface and printed with large black Arabic numerals. It is the iconic font of the IWC Portuguese watch. Large-sized heat-treated leaf-like hour and minute hands and a simple orbital minute track ensure that time can be easily read.

At 9 o’clock, you have a sub-dial that indicates the day. At 3 o’clock, you have a sub-dial that shows the date and power reserve. At 6 o’clock, there is a month indicator and moon phase display. At around 8 o’clock, you have a one-year indicator. Finally, there is a flywheel that rotates at 12 o’clock per minute.

 

The internal movement is self-winding Fake IWC Watches caliber 51950, which is based on IWC’s other tourbillon watch (such as Portugal’s tourbillon Mystere watch) caliber 51900, but there are 82 permanent calendar modules developed by Kurt Krauss. The sport also features the IWC’s Peraton winding system with 168 hours or 7 days of power reserve. It can be seen through a sapphire display case and comes with a special commemorative 18k gold rotor.

 

Another Tublon watch specially prepared for the 150th anniversary by the International Whaling Commission is Portugal’s Constant Force Tupelo edition “150 Years.” This is a slightly larger 46mm wide Portuguese style case, only in platinum. Waterproof only 30 meters, this watch also has a Santoni design black crocodile leather strap.

 

“150 Years” is the Portuguese Constanti Tupelo edition, which has a white lacquer plate with large Arabic numerals printed on the IWC Portuguese watch. Just like the early Portuguese calendar “150 years”, this watch also has heat-treated blue hour and minute hands. This is the combination of the “Permanent Lunar Phase Display” with the previous constant force Tupelo watch – an upgraded version of Portos and other models.

 

“150 Years” was published by Portugal’s Constant-Force Tourbillon. There is a lunar phase display at 1 o’clock and it only needs to adjust one day after 577.5 years. The moon phase display at around 4:30 is below a standby power indicator. Finally, we have the highlights of the watch, the giant tourbillon, with a constant force mechanism to provide power, even in the impulse to escape. In theory, this should improve the timing performance of sports.

 

The action of this work is a hand-held IWC Replica Watches Calibre 94805, which beats at a leisurely 2.5Hz rhythm and has a 96-hour energy reserve. The sport can be enjoyed through a sapphire showcase and the inlaid badges celebrate the 150th anniversary of the brand.

 

The two highly complex special anniversary watches will be produced in a very small quantity. Only 50 IWC Portugieser Perpetual Calendar Tourbillon Edition “150 Years” (reference IW504501) will be produced for $110,000. On the other hand, the “150 years” (Ref. IW590202) version of the IWC Portugieser Constant-Force Tourbillon was only 15 pieces at a price of $253,000.