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July 9, 2020



Schaffhausen, July 9, 2020 – IWC Schaffhausen premieres a short film project, titled “Born of a Dream: A boy from San Mateo.” The short film depicts IWC brand ambassador Tom Brady, one of the most accomplished professional athletes of all time, as he pursues his childhood dream and becomes a champion quarterback. The inspiring story of Brady, who fought with passion and determination and never gave up despite many obstacles, emphasises the core values at the heart of the IWC brand since American watchmaker Florentine Ariosto Jones founded the company more than 150 years ago.


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June 25, 2020

Now live: #timewellshared with “Silver Spitfire – The Longest Flight” pilot Matt Jones


Schaffhausen, 25th June 2020 - During the second half of 2019, two British pilots circumnavigated the world in a Spitfire for the first time in the history of aviation. The main partner of the “Silver Spitfire - The Longest Flight” expedition, IWC has now created an exceptional pilot’s watch to honor the record-breaking flight of Steve Boultbee Brooks and Matt Jones.


Last year two intrepid pilots teamed up with primary sponsor IWC Schaffhausen to make aviation history by completing the first-ever round-the-world flight in a Spitfire. Matt Jones and Steve Boultbee Brooks crossed over 20 countries and covered a mammoth 43,000 kilometres in the 76 year-old restored aircraft during their epic expedition.


Now, just six months after successfully finishing the “Silver Spitfire - The Longest Flight”, one half of the daring duo - Jones - has become the latest member of the IWC family to take part in the brand’s online “TIME WELL SHARED” initiative. Aiming to raise spirits during the current global health crisis, the British pilot talks about his record-breaking flight around the world. Taking a look at the challenges the team faced along the way, he discusses the sense of isolation he felt at times in the cockpit and what the mission taught him about himself and the world around him.


Every TIME WELL SHARED video features a button where the audience can make voluntary donations to support Save the Children. Funds raised will be used to strengthen its programmes protecting children and families in countries that are hit by the COVID-19 crisis.


To commemorate the pilots’ historic 2019 feat, IWC have created The Big Pilot’s Watch Big Date Spitfire Edition “Mission Accomplished”. Limited to 500 pieces, the exceptional timepiece in the Spitfire design has a green dial, bronze case and a hand-wound, IWC-manufactured calibre, offering a power reserve of eight days. The watch is available here


Matt Jones first took to the skies while in the RAF CCF section at Exeter School. After graduating from the University of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne with a Civil Engineering degree, Jones headed to London to work in an investment bank before eventually making plans for a career in aviation. Acquiring his first private and professional licences in the USA, he returned to the UK, where he joined business jet management company, Hamlin Jet, to run day-to-day operations. As well as being a display pilot and instructor, Jones is the co-founder and managing director of the Boultbee Flight Academy, which is the only accredited Spitfire training school in the world. Initially set up as a specialist training facility for pilots, it is also approved by the UK Civil Aviation Authority to take non-pilots up for flight experiences. Alongside his work on the “Silver Spitfire - The Longest Flight” mission, Jones’s other achievements include working with the Royal Foundation to establish the “Spitfire Scholarship”, an initiative that works with injured ex-servicemen and teaches them to fly the Spitfire. He was also responsible for the concept and delivery of the Battle of Britain fly-past, a 75th-anniversary tribute to “The Few”.


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June 19, 2020

IWC virtual backgrounds


Take your next video call with your virtual IWC background. Inspired by our corporate universe and product families, these immersive backgrounds will upgrade your standard calls. Download below:


May 7, 2020




Schaffhausen, 7th May 2020 – As part of the recently announced “TIME WELL SHARED” initiative, IWC brand ambassadors from around the world are reading chapters from “The Little Prince”, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s world-famous novel. Indian actress Sonam Kapoor started the series. She will be joined by Lebanese-British TV presenter Raya Abirached, Tunisian actress Hend Sabri, Italian actor Pierfrancesco Favino, and Chinese actor Zhang Ruo Yun. With their joint effort, these remarkable individuals hope to inspire people and lift spirits in this period of uncertainty. Voluntary donations from the listeners will be used to support Save the Children’s charity programmes.


No other novel has been translated into as many languages and read by as many people from different countries and cultural backgrounds as “The Little Prince”. Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s most famous literary work follows a young prince on his journey to different planets, addressing themes such as loneliness, isolation, friendship, and love. During these challenging times, the story is a powerful reminder that the best things in life are the simplest ones and that real wealth is caring for and giving to others. Channelling this spirit, IWC brand ambassadors are coming together to readfrom the book. The original illustrations from Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, including some never-before-shown works, will accompany the readings.


Follow the journey here.


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For more information on the personal volunteering programme of IWC employees involving online tutoring support for schoolchildren, please visit

April 28, 2020


IWC x Kids: Share your masterpieces with us using #TimeWellShared


Soar high in the bright blue sky. Feel the warmth of the yellow sun. Or perhaps sail along white frothy waves...just make sure you arrive on time by checking your shiny gold watch. Let your child’s imagination run wild with IWC x Kids coloring pages. Each week we’ll have a new set of pages for your child to enjoy, no matter their age. And don’t worry, we won’t tell if you color a few yourself.




April 25, 2020


The icon continues to evolve: IWC Schaffhausen adds attractive new models to the Portugieser family


IWC Schaffhausen presents several new Portugieser models. A compact automatic model in the iconic Portugieser design, a new model with the legendary perpetual calendar, a nautical sports chronograph with an elegantly proportioned case,and the first watch fitted with a tide display. These are the highlights of the new collection, all of which are equipped with IWC-manufactured calibres and further enhance the unique appeal of the Portugieser family.


Only a few designs are absolutely timeless. With the Portugieser, IWC created such an icon in the late 1930s. The basis for the Reference 325, which was delivered to two dealers from Portugal – hence its name – was a hunter pocket watch calibre. Inspiration for the clean, open, highly functional dial came from the deck watches IWC was producing for the British Royal Navy at the time. From the outset, the Portugieser had the typical stylistic features of a pocket watch, coupled with the high precision and easy readability of a nautical instrument. “The amazing thing about the Portugieser is that its face has hardly changed since then. The clear, functional design looks just as fresh and contemporary today as it did over 80 years ago. The Portugieser thus embodies precisely the same, timeless modernity that distinguishes IWC as a brand. The new collection now makes our best-known watch family even more attractive and demonstrates how the iconic design continues to evolve,” explains Christoph Grainger-Herr, CEO of IWC Schaffhausen.




April 9, 2020




Schaffhausen, 9th of April 2020 – Last week, IWC’s new initiative TIME WELL SHARED launched, with members of the IWC family sharing their passion and knowledge to lift spirits in this period of uncertainty.


This weeks’ new video features legendary American quarterback Tom Brady discussing his football career to date and what the challenges he has faced taught him about overcoming adversity. It is now live on IWC Instagram TV.


Every TIME WELL SHARED video features a button where the audience can make voluntary donations to support Save the Children, which will use funds raised to strengthen its programmes protecting children and families in countries that are hit by the COVID-19 crisis.



Six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady is one of the most accomplished athletes of the past two decades. With 17 Division Titles and nine Super Bowl appearances, Brady’s accolades both on and off the field have inspired a generation of young athletes to pursue their greatest potential. He is the first player in NFL history to accumulate 80,000 total yards, holds the most game wins of any quarterback, the most consecutive division titles – eleven – and has the second-most career touchdown passes of any player in history. Most recently, Brady announced the next phase of his football journey. After 20 record-breaking seasons with the New England Patriots, he is taking his immense talents to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and will serve as their quarterback this upcoming NFL season.

March 30, 2020




Schaffhausen, 30th March 2020 – As the world faces a health crisis, the global IWC family stands together for the launch of “TIME WELL SHARED”. Through this initiative, IWC employees, brand ambassadors and partners will share their time, knowledge, experience and passion through digital channels. They aim to inspire people to make the most of their time, and entertain and support them by keeping them connected and engaged.


In this period of uncertainty and isolation, the members of the global IWC family are standing together to launch the initiative: “TIME WELL SHARED”. “In these extraordinary times, we would like to reach out to people with a message of solidarity, hope and positivity. Through our spontaneous initiative, we want to offer a new way of staying in touch with the IWC family. We aim to encourage and inspire everybody to make good use of the time, to be here for one another, and to develop and grow stronger,” says Christoph Grainger-Herr, CEO of IWC Schaffhausen.


“TIME WELL SHARED” encompasses online lectures, speeches and webinars that IWC will publish on digital channels during the following weeks. The aim is to entertain and support people in these difficult times. The initiative will include contributions from IWC brand ambassadors like Tom Brady, Fabian Cancellara, David Coulthard and Maro Engel and partners such as Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula 1, Tottenham Hotspur, Laureus Sport for Good, Antoine de Saint Exupéry Youth Foundation, Solaris Yachts and Orlebar Brown.


For example, Pilot Matt Jones will share memories of last year’s “Silver Spitfire – The Longest Flight” expedition. Retired US Navy Captain and TOPGUN pilot Jim DiMatteo will elaborate on Navy Fighter Squadron values like performance, resilience and precision in business. Closer to home, David Seyffer, curator of the IWC Museum, will give insights into the history of IWC, and former Director of Marketing and Sales, Hannes Pantli, will divulge some never-before-told IWC stories.


All contributions are accompanied by a button to make voluntary donations, with IWC making the first donation. With the funds raised, IWC will support Save the Children. Save the Children aims to strengthen its programmes that protect children and families in countries that are hit by the virus, increase support for national health systems, and raise awareness among parents and caregivers on how to provide psychosocial support to children.

March 2, 2020




Mechanical watches from IWC are masterworks of craftsmanship. When they are not worn on the wrist, it is advisable to store them carefully in a safe place. IWC now offers three different watch boxes. Thanks to high-quality materials and an extremely durable finishing, the pouches contained therein are also ideally suited as travel accessories. The new packaging uses 30% less material and 90% less plastic than before. The watch pouches are reusable, which further contributes to reducing waste. 


Discover more here.


The leather pouch and leather box are also sold as accessories in IWC Boutiques.


February 19, 2020




During the 20th anniversary celebrations of the Laureus World Sports Awards, IWC Schaffhausen visited a local Laureus-supported project in Berlin. The Swiss luxury watch manufacturer has been a partner of the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation since 2005, and its trip to the community project reaffirmed the brand’s commitment to the foundation’s work. IWC also presented its 14th Laureus special edition watch, the Portugieser Hand-Wound Monopusher Edition “Laureus Sport for Good”, in the course of the festivities.


Mingling with the global sporting elite, as well as many prominent personalities from the world of politics, economics and entertainment, IWC Schaffhausen celebrated two decades of the Laureus World Sports Awards at the Verti Music Hall in Berlin. This year’s gala focused on Laureus’s anniversary campaign, “Sport Unites Us”. The award ceremony, recognised as the “Oscars of Sports”, not only honours the world’s best athletes but also shines a spotlight on the work of Laureus Sport for Good. The foundation currently supports over 200 projects in 40 countries.


Read more here.


February 13, 2020




From our boutiques to your screens. Bring IWC home with our new screensavers and wallpapers, available for download here. Offered with our compliments, these digital designs feature your favourite IWC models and ensure seamless timekeeping, from morning to night. Click here to explore the different themes and products available.

January 31, 2020


IWC launches new line of Portugieser Chronographs with in-house movement


The Portugieser Chronograph is one of IWC Schaffhausen’s most iconic models. With its compact diameter of 41 millimetres, it fits almost any wrist. However, the thin bezel gives one the impression of wearing a significantly larger watch. The clear, functional dial boasts applied Arabic numerals and slender Feuille hands. Printed with a quarter-second scale, the characteristic réhaut not only allows precise reading of the stop time but also reminds us of the Portugieser’s origins as a nautical precision instrument for the wrist.  


Now featured inside the sporty-elegant chronograph, is the IWC-manufactured 69355 calibre. The robust and precise chronograph movement in classic column-wheel design is visible now through a sapphire-glass case back.


Discover the new watches here.


January 22, 2020


New on browse recent collections


In the IWC Recent Collections you will find information and technical specifications about watches from our most recent collections. Browse watches released per year, and search by name, reference number, and collection.


Discover more here to browse our past collections. 


January 9, 2020


Hayden Cox and IWC Schaffhausen present Haydenshapes’ pioneering approach to upcycling manufacturing waste


IWC Schaffhausen and brand ambassador Hayden Cox have released a new film showcasing the surfboard designer at work. Focusing on Cox’s pioneering approach to upcycling, within his Haydenshapes Surfboard business, it marks the next stage of a shared journey between the Australian and IWC Schaffhausen towards greater sustainability.


Shot mostly on location at Haydenshapes’ floating pop up studio ‘Remote’ on Sydney’s Pittwater, which was set up in partnership with IWC Schaffhausen, the film demonstrates how the company is trying to reduce its impact on the environment. Cox is shown repurposing manufacturing waste, which is typically thrown away, into performance surfboard components and an innovative new cloth.


IWC Schaffhausen has long been a leading proponent of greater sustainability within the industry. As well as recently signing up to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s New Plastics Economy Global Commitment to avoid plastic waste, renewable electricity powers the brand’s new Manufacturing Centre as well as the Headquarters.


Read more here.


November 14, 2019


IWC and Laureus Sport for Good take programme participants to the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport factory


IWC Schaffhausen and Laureus Sport for Good offered a group of young people an exclusive look behind the scenes of the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport factory in Brackley, UK. The group, who are members of the Laureus-supported Fight for Peace programme, were given a unique insight into how the team’s championship-winning cars are designed and manufactured.


Based on a shared passion for engineering, IWC Schaffhausen has been the “Official Engineering Partner” of Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport since 2013. Teaming up with another of its partners, Laureus Sport for Good, IWC Schaffhausen offered a small group of children a fascinating look behind the scenes. With academies in Rio de Janeiro and London, and through an alliance of partners in 25 countries, the Fight for Peace programme works to realise the potential of young people living in communities affected by violence, crime and social exclusion. Combining martial arts with education and personal development, it aims to eventually help attendees into further education, employment or training.


Read more here. Discover the partnership with Laureus Sport for Good here and Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport here.


November 5, 2019


IWC toasts historic title double for Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport


IWC Schaffhausen is proud to congratulate long-standing partner Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport and brand ambassadors Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas on yet another stellar Formula One™ season.


At this weekend’s United States Grand Prix, Hamilton secured his sixth FIA Formula One™ Drivers’ World Championship*. The race result at the Circuit of The Americas places the Briton safely beyond the reach of all his competitors, with another two rounds still to go. Hamilton was previously crowned champion in 2008, 2014, 2015, 2017 and 2018.


Just a few weeks ago, at the Japanese Grand Prix, Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport clinched the 2019 FIA Formula One™ World Constructors’ Championship*. Hamilton’s success in Austin makes Mercedes the first team in the history of Formula One racing to score six successive title doubles.


Proving just how imperious Mercedes - and their drivers - have been in 2019, Hamilton’s team mate Valtteri Bottas was the only other person in the running for the drivers’ title on Sunday.

Read more about the partnership here.


*Subject to the FIA’s official confirmation of the 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship™ results


October 16, 2019


Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport secures the 2019 FIA Formula One™ World Constructors’ Championship*


Congratulations to IWC partner, Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport, on securing the 2019 FIA Formula One™ World Constructors’ Championship* upon the completion of the Japanese Grand Prix. The win is the sixth consecutive title for the team since 2014.


IWC Ambassador Valtteri Bottas earned the victory in the race, with teammate Lewis Hamilton placing third.

Read more about the partnership here.


*Subject to official confirmation by the FIA of the results of the 2019 FIA Formula One™ World Championship


October 10, 2019


IWC ambassador Cate Blanchett plays a leading role at the presentation of the 5th Filmmaker Award


Acclaimed actress and producer Cate Blanchett has presented the 5th Filmmaker Award. The award ceremony took place during the 15th Zurich Film Festival at an exclusive IWC Schaffhausen private dinner at rooftop restaurant Haute. The award, which is worth CHF 100,000, supports Swiss film projects that are in the production or post-production stage. A few days earlier, the Zurich Film Festival was officially opened with “Die Stimme des Regenwaldes” by Niklaus Hilber, a previous winner of the Filmmaker Award.


Read more about the event here, and discover the partnership here.


Portofino: the spirit of classic glamour reimagined for 2019


IWC Schaffhausen has unveiled reinterpreted editions of their signature Portofino line for 2019. The women’s collection welcomes five smaller models, with an innovative strap change system, whilst six additional watches join the men’s line.


Portofino has been one of IWC’s most high-profile families ever since its first launch back in 1984. As legend has it, then-head watchmaker and living legend Kurt Klaus and head designer Hanno Burtscher put pen to paper over a glass of wine, devising a simple and elegant watch inspired by the classic rounded designs of the fifties and sixties.


Discover the new collection here.


IWC reveals new Portofino campaign, featuring model Josephine Skriver and actress Ning Chang


IWC Schaffhausen has teamed up with new brand ambassadors, model Josephine Skriver and actress Ning Chang, to unveil the new Portofino 34mm line. The beautiful campaign was shot entirely on location in the idyllic Italian village, which inspired the collection’s name.


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“Time to care”: IWC and Laureus sport for good announce the winner of this year’s drawing competition


Following the annual Laureus Sport for Good and IWC Schaffhausen drawing competition, we are delighted to announce the winning design by 15 year old Yi Xin, a participant of the Laureus supported programme, Special Olympics China.


This year’s competition was based on the theme ‘Time to Care’ and we received hundreds of entries from young people in Laureus-supported programmes all over the world, expressing their own thoughts on the importance of caring about every day issues in their drawings. Yi Xin’s winning design is a wonderful celebration of friendship, and it will be engraved on the back of the 2020 IWC Schaffhausen “Laureus Sport for Good” special edition timepiece to support Laureus Sport for Good programmes around the world. 


We would like to thank all the programmes who submitted such wonderful drawings as well as everyone who took time to vote for their favourite.


To find out more about Laureus Sport for Good, please visit here.

To learn about Laureus Sport for Good and IWC Schaffhausen please visit here.


2019 British Grand Prix


Congratulations to IWC Brand Ambassador Lewis Hamilton, who claimed his 80th victory in Formula One™, his seventh of the 2019 season and record sixth at the British Grand Prix. IWC Ambassador Valtteri Bottas came in second, to give Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport Team a 1-2 victory.


IWC celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Youth Foundation with an exclusive exhibition and charity auction


The timepiece involved is the Pilot’s Watch Perpetual Calendar Chronograph Edition “Le Petit Prince” (Ref. IW392202) in 18-carat 5N gold. Featuring a spectacular midnight blue dial, this special edition is limited to 250 pieces worldwide. The auction lot itself is the piece 10 out of 250 with a beige luminescent index at 10 o’clock in celebration of the foundation’s 10th anniversary.


Watch lovers around the world will be able to place bids on the unique timepiece honouring Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s most famous literary work, “The Little Prince”, from 8th–17th July. IWC will donate its proceeds from the sale to the Foundation, continuing to support the charitable organisation’s educational programmes for young people.


The timepiece will be offered within Sotheby’s Watches Online sale. A “The Little Prince - Tactile Art Book, Claude Garrandes edition” with drawings in relief and texts in English, French and Braille and signed by François d’Agay, President of the Antoine de Saint Exupéry Youth Foundation and Dr Claude Garrandes will accompany the timepiece.


Visit the IWC Press Area to discover more.

Click here to participate in the auction.


IWC Schaffhausen announces Tom Brady as global brand ambassador


With six Super Bowl titles, four Super Bowl MVP Awards, three League MVP Awards, and 16 Division titles – Tom Brady embodies greatness. IWC and Brady are both best in class and their shared principles of excellence and timeless style make their partnership a seamless fit.


Tom Brady is a world-class athlete, modern day icon and a connoisseur of haute horlogerie. His collection includes several IWC watches, among them a Pilot’s Watch Chronograph TOP GUN Miramar and the iconic Portugieser Perpetual Calendar.

“I am honored to be partnering with IWC Schaffhausen, a brand I’ve long admired, not only for their timeless design but their precise engineering and attention to detail,” said Brady. “I am excited to be part of the IWC family and look forward to collaborating with their talented team to share the brand’s unique heritage globally.”


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Pilot’s Watch Chronograph TOP GUN (IW389101)
Pilot’s Watch Chronograph TOP GUN (IW389101)

“Time to Care”: IWC and Laureus Sport for Good present this year’s drawing competition


This year’s IWC Drawing Competition demonstrated the creative flair of young people from Laureus-supported programmes around the world. Under the theme “Time to Care”, programme participants expressed their own thoughts on the importance of caring about every day issues, through the creativity of drawing.


The winning design will be engraved on the back of the 2020 IWC Schaffhausen “Laureus Sport for Good” special edition timepiece. For the winning programme participant, Laureus and IWC will organize a special project visit with a Laureus Academy Member.


Reviewing over 200 entries from 30+programmes around the world, a jury of representatives from IWC Schaffhausen and Laureus Sport for Good selected a shortlist of three drawings. Click here to view the selected drawings and vote in the competition.


IWC supports Cousteau Divers to reveal the ocean’s temperatures


On June 8, World Oceans Day, IWC Schaffhausen announces its support for a pioneering environmental project, spearheaded by its partner, Cousteau Divers. Cousteau Divers intends to study the effects of climate change by measuring the temperature beneath the ocean’s surface, combining data from precision sensors with measurements taken by thousands of recreational divers. The goal is to give scientists a better understanding of how the ocean’s temperature affects biodiversity and climate.


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IWC Celebrates The 10th Anniversary Of The Antoine De Saint-Exupéry Youth Foundation With An Exclusive Exhibition And Charity Auction


IWC Schaffhausen and the Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Youth Foundation (FASEJ) celebrate the Foundation’s 10th anniversary with a “10 years, 10 days” exhibition from 10th–20th June in Paris. The highlight of the exhibition is a preview of a unique Pilot’s Watch Perpetual Calendar Chronograph Edition “Le Petit Prince”, which will be auctioned online by Sotheby’s between 8th and 17th July. IWC will donate its proceeds from the sale to the Foundation, continuing to support the charitable organisation’s educational programmes for young people.


Visit the IWC Press Area to discover more.


IWC brand ambassador Adriana Lima boxes with kids from a Laureus Program in Mexico


Brazilian supermodel Adriana Lima has been an IWC brand ambassador since 2012, and a keen boxer for over ten years. She recently visited a local boxing gym in Mexico City for a sparring session with children who are taking part in an initiative called CAPAZ (Campeones de la Paz or “Peace Champions”). This preventive program against violence and crime empowers young people and their families by combining boxing with psychological group therapy, citizenship classes, human rights training and parenting skills.


Visit the IWC Press Area to discover more.




VivaTech is the world’s rendezvous for startups and leaders to celebrate innovation. It’s a gathering of the world’s brightest minds, talents, and products taking place in Paris on 16–18 May 2019.


Viva Technology offers IWC the occasion to showcase two innovations IWC is launching this year: the Ceratanium innovative new case material and Hero app, an in-boutique messaging app.


Click here to learn more.


IWC Premieres New Pilot’s Watches campaign movie with brand ambassador Lewis Hamilton


IWC Schaffhausen premieres its new Spitfire collection campaign movie, starring brand ambassador Lewis Hamilton. The five-time Formula One™ World Champion appears alongside a Mercedes-Benz Silver Arrow race car and a Silver Spitfire aircraft.


Visit the IWC Press Area to discover more.

Discover the IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph Spitfire.


77th Goodwood Members’ Meeting


IWC Schaffhausen’s motorsport team competed at the Goodwood Members’ Meeting for the second time this weekend. At the wheel of the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL “Gullwing”, former Formula One™ star and brand ambassador David Coulthard competed in the Tony Gaze Trophy and finished in 1st place.


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