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            • Double Chronograph Rattrapante

              IWC is continuing a success story that began in 1995 with the first Portugieser Chronograph Rattrapante. The timepieces are distinguished by a third push-button for starting and stopping the split-seconds hand.

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            • Calibre Family 32000

              The 32000-calibre family was designed with the focus on robustness and reliability. The automatic movements are fitted with components made of silicon and have a large power reserve.

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            • Calibre Family 50000

              The 50000-calibre family features the efficient Pellaton pawl-winding system with a 7-day power reserve and a Breguet spring for maximum precision.

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            • Calibre Family 52000

              The twin barrels are the trademark feature of the 52000-calibre family. They supply the watches with sufficient energy for a 7-day power reserve and drive energy-sapping complications like the annual calendar and perpetual calendar.

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            • Calibre Family 59000

              Watch connoisseurs look forward to the weekly ritual of manually winding IWC-manufactured 59000-calibre-family movements to ensure that they run precisely for 8 days.

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            • Calibre Family 69000

              Movements from the 69000-calibre family are used in all IWC watches that require a precise, robust and high-performance chronograph movement.

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            • Calibre Family 80000

              With its integrated shock absorber, the 80000-calibre family ensures maximum efficiency even under extreme conditions in various models that feature the Pellaton automatic winding system.

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            • Calibre Family 82000

              The IWC-manufactured 82000 calibre is a robust and reliable automatic movement. Components in the system subject to pronounced stress are made of virtually wear-free ceramic.

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            • Calibre Family 89000

              The 89000-calibre family includes powerful chronograph movements with flyback function, which are used, for example, for the big digital date and month displays.

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            • Calibre Family 94000

              The hand-wound movement features two barrels including the constant-force tourbillon, the astronomical module in the Portugieser Sidérale Scafusia and the digital Pallweber display.

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            • Calibre Family 98000

              The 98000-calibre family is ideally suited for use in large hand-wound Portugieser models.

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            • Annual calendar

              The annual calendar is an attractive complication that shows the month, date and day in three separate windows on the dial.

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            • Perpetual calendar

              The perpetual calendar is one of the most fascinating haute horlogerie complications: It is mechanically programmed for 577 years.

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            • Constant-force tourbillon

              With the patented constant-force tourbillon, IWC elegantly combines two complications that serve to increase timekeeping precision.

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            • Tourbillon

              The tourbillon is considered to be one of the most exclusive complications in the world of haute horlogerie. The complex mechanism is assembled by a master watchmaker.

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            • Double Chronograph

              The rattrapante chronograph features an additional hand – the split-seconds hand – which makes it possible to record intermediate times.

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            • Minute repeater

              In the minute repeater, depressing the slide causes a delicate strike train to sound the time out audibly in hours, quarters and minutes.

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            • Tourbillon Mystère

              Watch lovers are fascinated by the arrangement of the “flying” tourbillon, consisting of 82 parts, against a deep black background.

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            • Grande Complication

              IWC’s Grande Complication has a a total of 20 displays and functions, including the perpetual calendar, moon phase display and more.

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            • Newsletter

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