Portuguese Sidérale Scafusia
Portuguese Tourbillon Hand-Wound "Metropolitan Boutique Edition"
Portuguese Yacht Club Chronograph "Ocean Racer"
Portuguese Yacht Club Chronograph
Portuguese Perpetual Calendar
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.
A chronograph is an elegant way of recording periods of time
Excellence on the high seas
Recessed totalizers and perfectly proportioned feuille hands
Stylish and sophisticated
Embossed Arabic numerals
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.
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