Pre-SIHH 2015: IWC – Portofino Hand-Wound Pure Classic
Among the IWC watch lines, the Portofino has consistently been the more downplayed, putting together its allure with respect to a moderate plan and circumspect polish. The new IWC Portofino Hand-Wound Pure Classic makes no special case with a basic dial format characterized by hours and minutes feuille hands, stick records and XII and VI hour markers.
The case has an enormous measurement of 43.5 mm however the arched-edge sapphire glass adds to make it look somewhat more modest than it really is. The complete thickness is 12 mm.
All together not to upset the spotless plan of the dial, the force hold show has been moved to the rear of the watch, where it tends to be seen through the sapphire-glass back.
The IWC hand-wound 59060 type beats at 28,800 vph and has an amazing force hold of 192 hours or 8 entire days. Two enormous scaffolds disguise the back of the development on the whole, leaving simply the equilibrium visible.
Scaffolds are adorned with Geneva stripes. The development additionally includes an indexless equilibrium, which has four brilliant weight screws on the equilibrium edge to encourage exactness change. IWC’s own seal of value: “Probus Scafusia” affirms that the watch was thoroughly tried prior to leaving the plant.
Water-impervious to 3 bar, the Portofino Hand-Wound Pure Classic is accessible in red gold-plated hands and records (ref. IW511101) or in hardened steel rhodium-plated hands and records (ref. IW511102).
The high-quality lashes are made solely for IWC Schaffhausen by famous Italian shoe producer Santoni. The Portofino Hand-Wound Pure Classic is accessible in a limitless release solely at chose IWC shops. iwc.com
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