Portugieser Chronograph Automatic (Ref. 3714)
The Portugieser line was already the epitome of elegance, and the introduction of a chronograph added a fresh dimension of sportiness. One of the most popular IWCs ever made, it became an instant classic when it was released in 1998, and it is still made today.
Pilot’s Watch Double Chronograph (Ref. 3711)
The Pilot's Watch Double Chronograph was the first double chronograph from IWC, debuting at the Basel watch fair in 1992. The split-seconds hand can be stopped independently from the stopwatch hand while the stopwatch continues to run, enabling the user to record two separate times, precisely to the second.
Portofino Hand-Wound Monopusher (Ref. 5151)
Though it is no less complicated under the hood, the simplest chronograph to operate is the Monopusher. The ingenious single push-button mechanism is smoothly integrated into the crown. Press once to start the chronograph, press again to stop, and once more to reset. The Portofino Hand-Wound is IWC’s first monopusher, and yet another example of how well traditional manufacturing and modern technology go together.
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