Portugieser Sidérale Scafusia
Portugieser Grande Complication
Portugieser Hand-Wound Eight Days
Portugieser Hand-Wound Eight Days Edition “75th Anniversary”
Portugieser Minute Repeater
Portugieser Tourbillon Mystère Rétrograde
Portugieser Tourbillon Hand-Wound
The Portugieser Chronograph has been the most sought-after model in the Portugieser family since 1998.
Stylish and sophisticated
Its moderate diameter of 40.9 millimetres also makes it ideal for a slimmer wrist
Slate-coloured dial with shimmering sun pattern guilloche work
Available in an 18-carat red gold or stainless-steel case
The tradition behind the Portuguese family of watches stretches all the way back to the precision nautical instruments used by seafarers to discover the world. A traditional line like this needs a chronograph with a scale calibrated to an accuracy of a quarter of a second. The elegant design and moderate height of the case have made the Portuguese Chronograph one of the most sought-after Portuguese models of them all. Everything is integrated harmoniously on the clearly organized dial: the recessed totalizers, the embossed Arabic numerals and the perfectly proportioned feuille hands for hours and minutes. The chronographs in cases with the warm appeal of 18-carat red gold exude a distinctive luxury. The slate-coloured dial with its shimmering sun-pattern finish provides a discreet contrast to the deep black counters, whilst the blued hands for periods of stopped time provide a colourful highlight to the silver-plated dial.
A traditional line of nautically inspired precision instruments would be incomplete without a chronograph with a quarter-second scale for precision timing. The elegant design and moderate height of the case have made the Portuguese Chronograph one of the most sought-after Portuguese models of them all. The hands, numerals and totalizers are harmoniously integrated into the clear-cut dial.
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