The IWC (International Watch Co.AG) is a Swiss manufacturer of wristwatches and pocket watches in the upscale market segment. The company, which has been based in Schaffhausen for over 140 years, has been part of the Swiss luxury goods group Richmont since 2000 and employs around 650 people.

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The Portugieser is one of the oldest and best-known watches from IWC. No other watch family incorporates so many of the technical tours de force of haute horlogerie.


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Pilot's Watches

The first IWC pilot watch was produced in the mid-1930s for civil aviation purposes. It was particularly rubust and resistant to fluctuations in temperature in the range of - 40 degrees Celsius to + 40 degrees Celsius, and was also anti-magnetic.

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Da Vinci

The first IWC Da Vinci watch was a landmark piece in terms of its movement technology. Equipped with the first Swiss-made quartz movement - which had been jointly developed by several renowned Swiss watch manufacturers - it measured time ten time more accurately than a tested chronometer movement.

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Since 1955, the striking design of the Ingenieur has combined rugged sportiness with an undeniably technical appeal, and continues to do so to this day.

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As diving as a sport grows during the 1960s, IWC reacts to this development with the launch of its first diver`s watch, the "Aquatimer 812". Its case is watertight down to a depth of 200 metres, and the rotatable bezel of adjusting the diving time is situated under the glass to prevent it being moved accidentally during the dive.

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For over 30 years, the classically elegant Portofino has captured the laid-back lifestyle of the Mediterranean and the very essence of understatement and good taste. With its Portofino range of watches, IWC resumed its tradition of the classic, functional round gold cases. Reference 5251, with its outstanding horological features, marked this start. In 1984 it became the lead model of the Portofino family.

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