The history of AAA High-quality fake IWC with pilots dates back to the dawn of the aviation era. In 1933, one of the sons of the owner of IWC, Ernest Homberger, earned his pilot’s license. He’s said to have conceived the company’s first flight-ready watch, the Ref. 436 Mark IX, just two years later. Today, the genre counts for the most recognizable and coveted timekeepers in the current IWC lineup and the brand is intent on capitalizing on their popularity.
The proof? During the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie, Switzerland’s largest watch trade show, perfect IWC replica marketed the collection by flying in a vintage spitfire to celebrate the heritage that sat perched in its booth; it even made an appearance at a dinner attended by the likes of Bradley Cooper. The next shot in the arm for the series will be when they make their big-screen debut in the Top Gun sequel starring Tom Cruise this summer.
This 41 mm by 15.3 mm Spitfire chronograph is a particularly handsome example with its contrasting hunter green dial and gold bronze case accented with a rich mahogany-hued leather strap with white stitching.
The momentum perfect IWC replica generated in 2019 has continued unimpeded this year, with a slightly dressier focus. Here, we’re treated with the reinvigoration of the stoic, masculine, yet classy line in the new IWC 2020 Portugieser Collection. With the Portugieser Chronograph, IWC have stuck with their attitude of evolution over revolution, upgrading all of the regular production models with the new in-house calibre 69355 column-wheel chronograph movement — a visceral treat for the eyes when viewed through the display caseback. Three new sunburst dial variations are captivating, with the steel case offering a mossy-forest green or a rich oxblood red, and an 18k yellow gold case flaunting a classic navy blue.
The top quality fake Portugieser Automatic 40 brings a touch of refined, yet not understated, simplicity in a well-proportioned package. The steel-cased and white-dialled variant is available with either blue or gold hands and markers, while the blue dial’s steel highlights are clean and crisp. Should you want something that suits the dressier side of life, there is also a model in 18k gold. The fun doesn’t stop with the simpler sides of the collection, either, as the highly-complicated Perpetual Calendars and Yacht Club Chronograph models have all made an impact upon their release. Check here for a detailed breakdown of each of these models.
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