The Portugieser Chronograph is one of IWC’s most renowned models. While the latest IWC Portugieser Chronograph may not look much different from its iconic design, that’s because the enhancements made to this timepiece have been applied inside its 41mm case. Now, the Portugieser Chronograph’s 46-hour power reserve is powered by a 194-component 69000-calibre movement crafted by the horologists at IWC just for these acclaimed models.
Whether you want to swim in the waters of Waikiki or go snorkeling off the coast of New Zealand, you needn’t worry — these watches are rated for water resistance at up to 30 meters. IWC equips each of its acclaimed chronographers with a concave sapphire dome. The glass resists the glare of the sun with an anti-reflective coating. Each Swiss watch comes with precision mechanisms and provides meticulous timekeeping. The large face and interior dials are the same color featuring options from white, black, and blue clasped inside either a rose gold or stainless steel case. Staying true to tradition each Portugieser Chronograph is finished with its familiar alligator leather strap.