IWC fans who deserve to be concerned about the calendar should now know that 2018 marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of a well-known Swiss brand Schaffhausen. To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the brand’s birth, IWC has just launched two high-tech Tourbillon Replica Watches, clearly demonstrating the brand’s expertise in complex watchmaking. Meet the IWC Portugieser Calendar Tourbillon Edition “150 years” and the IWC Portugieser Tourbillon Edition “150 years.”
Portugieser Calendar Tourbillon Edition “150 years” of great significance, because this is the first ever universal watch Tourbillon and calendar together. With a 45 mm wide Portuguese case the Fake IWC Watches will be immediately recognized by its unique short curved lugs and rugged knurled crown. With a black Santoni crocodile leather strap, waterproof depth of only 30 meters, needless to say it should stay away from water.
The dial is white and has a large black Arabic numerals finish on the signature font of IWC Portugieser Replica Watches. The impressive heat treatment of the leaf-shaped hour and minute hands and the simple railroad track ensures that time can be easily read.
At 9 o’clock, you have a small dial representing the day, and at 3 o’clock you have a small dial showing the date and power reserve. At 6 o’clock, a month indicator and the moon phase show that you have a year indicator on the left about 8 o’clock. The last is a 12 o’clock flying tourbillon, every minute turn.
The movement is the IWC Replica self-winding movement 51950, which is based on the 51900 movement from the IWC’s other Tourbillon but with the 82-minute calendar module developed by Kurt Klaus. The sport also features IWC’s Pellaton winding system and generous power reserve of 168 hours or 7 days. Through the bottom of the sapphire display can be seen and equipped with a special commemorative 18K gold rotor.
This movement uses the IWC 94805 hand-wound movement, easily built at 2.5Hz, with a 96-hour power reserve. This movement can be seen through the bottom of the sapphire display, and to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the brand inlaid badges.