With the popularity of IWC, people pay more attention to the IWC watches. While as far as I am concerned, a watch that can be said as popular should be with something unique. For that can leave you a deep impression.
As a watch brand which is famous for the pilot watches, the quality of IWC can be said as convincing. While for people who just fond of IWC, the important thing is that there is not too much IWC tourbillon watches.
So, here, today, I’d like to show you a kind of IWC tourbillon watch, which comes from Portugieser series, in order to salute to the founder of IWC, Florentine Ariosto Jones, the rose gold case fake IWC Portugieser tourbillon watch.
This new replica IWC watch still continues the elegance of the fake IWC tourbillon series, and the setting of tourbillon can be said as to meet the needs of seeing the replica IWC tourbillon watches for the fans.
And inside of this fake IWC watch that is the 98900 self-winding movement, which providing 54 hours power reserve, however, it is a pity that there do not come the classic Jones needles. In any case, it is wonderful that people who like IWC can see its tourbillon, believed that those who love complicated functions would pay more attention to it.
With the release this month of the IWC Aquatimer Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month Edition “50 Years Aquatimer fake watches,” limited to just 50 pieces worldwide, the Schaffhausen-based IWC brand not only commemorates the 50th anniversary of its Aquatimer divers’ watch in grand style, but also punches its ticket to the exclusive (but steadily growing) club of watch companies that have introduced new materials into watchmaking.
The new material in question is called Ceratanium, and it is — as one might glean from its name — a composite of ceramic and titanium, boasting the hardness and scratch-resistance of the former while also retaining the latter’s lightness and unbreakability; its distinctive matte-black surface also scores high for skin tolerance and corrosion resistance. IWC’s materials experts spent five years developing this alloy, and the desired result was achieved in time to debut it on this special edition celebrating the half-century mark for the Aquatimer, a pioneer among dive watches when it debuted in 1967 with its 200-meter water resistance and internal rotating bezel. The combination of ceramic and titanium in a new composite material is also apt, as IWC played a major role in bringing both materials to watchmaking in the 1980s.
The watch’s matte-black Ceratanium case is 49 mm in diameter and 19.5 mm thick, with a convex sapphire crystal over the dial that has been treated with nonreflective coating on both sides. Like all models in the Aquatimer collection since its revamp in 2014, it features an external/internal rotating bezel for setting dive times, paired with IWC’s proprietary SafeDive system, which ensures that the internal bezel can only be adjusted once the external bezel is rotated counterclockwise, thus preventing accidental movement of the dive scale and adding an extra layer of protection for a diver keeping track of his air supply underwater. The black rubber strap is outfitted with a quick-change system that enables the wearer to easily swap it out with another strap.
The dial, which is also predominantly black, with white and red highlights, displays this timepiece’s array of complications. The date and month are indicated in large numerals in the style of a digital watch, and because the watch is a perpetual calendar, it automatically recognizes the different lengths of months and even leap years, so no adjustments will need to be made to the date until 2100, provided the watch is kept running. In addition to the perpetual calendar, the watch is equipped with a flyback chronograph function, with elapsed hours and minutes tallied in a single subdial at 12 o’clock.
The movement that drives all of these functions is IWC’s manufacture Caliber 89802, which for this timepiece has had several of its components — including its winding rotor — finished with black coating to harmonize with the overall matte black look. Visible behind a sapphire exhibition caseback, this self-winding movement has 51 jewels, a 28,800-vph frequency, and a 68-hour power reserve.
For centuries, watchmakers have been working to eliminate force variations in movements. Because the force or torque that the mainspring delivers as it unwinds is not consistent (it’s higher when the watch is fully wound and diminishes as it winds down), it’s always exciting to see the various ways it has been tackled. One of the latest such attempts to catch our eye is IWC Portugieser Constant-Force Tourbillon replica watches for sale.
MATTER OF CHOICE The Portugieser Constant-Force Tourbillon shown here has a platinum case and a black dial, but other options are available – scroll through the gallery for more.
IWC’s patented constant force-integrated tourbillon first appeared in the ultra-complicated Portugieser Siderale Scafusia in 2011, and again in 2013 with the Ingenieur Constant-Force Tourbillon. Bearing the same Calibre 94800 of the now-discontinued latter model, the tourbillon has a small spring mounted under the escape wheel that accumulates and releases power from the mainspring once a second. This gives the balance constant amplitude and also causes the tourbillon cage to advance in one-second jumps. This ensures an extremely regular and precise rate over approximately two days (out of a four-day power reserve), after which the self-winding movements IWC copy watches revert to normal mode.
Like the Portugieser Siderale Scafusia, the Portugieser Constant-Force Tourbillon offers customisability, though at a lesser extent. You will be able to choose a platinum or red gold case with four dial choices per case type, and options for caseback engravings and Santoni leather straps are also available to go with the 46mm wide, 13mm thick fake watches with steel cases. The entire process is expected to take about three months, from the first point of contact to delivery.
IWC unveils a new editions of the Portuguese Chronograph Classic available in three new colour combinations.
The top-of-the-line version has an 18-carat red gold case and a silver-plated dial, as well as golden hands and appliqués. It is fitted with a hand-finished brown alligator leather strap (Ref. IW390301). The IWC fake watches with rose golden cases are available with a stainless-steel case and a black alligator leather strap. One features a silver-plated dial and blue hands and appliqués (Ref. IW390302), while the other has a midnight blue dial and rhodium-plated hands and appliqués (Ref. IW390303).
When it comes to the technical components inside these watches, IWC relies on the aspect of continuity: the new Chronograph copy watches with white dials are still driven by the tried-and-tested IWC-manufactured 89361 calibre with flyback function, self-winding system and a power reserve of 68 hours. The recorded time is particularly easy to read on the combined hour and minute counter at “12 o’clock”. A see-through sapphire-glass back provides a view of the movement and the rotor, which is adorned with Geneva stripes.
The new IWC Portuguese Chronograph Classic replica watches with brown crocodile straps are available now in IWC boutiques and from authorised IWC dealers.