IWC launched three limited editions of Portofino in the special edition series of the 150th anniversary of the brand at the SIHH in Geneva. Among them, the more self-winding watch of this series that can receive the attention of our ordinary buyers is available in two styles, which are blue dial and white dial. The Watch House also took detailed pictures of one of the white dial Portofino automatic winding watches from the scene. Let’s take a closer look at what this ‘150th anniversary’ special edition Portofino automatic watch looks like. Look like it. (Model: IW356519)
Stainless steel case with lacquered white dial and blue rhodium-plated willow-shaped hands. The dial design of the big three hands is the simple design most loved by modern urban people. The black Roman numerals are more elegant on the white dial. 3 o’clock position has a date display window, which improves the practical performance of daily wear.
Elegant white dial with blue hands. (Detailed real shot)
Smooth lug lines (detailed real shot)
Black leather strap with stainless steel pin buckle. (Detailed real shot)
The back of the case has a dense bottom design engraved with the 150th anniversary. (Detailed real shot)
Summary: Of course, IWC also introduced a red gold and manual winding movement in addition to the steel version, but for urban workplaces, the steel material and automatic winding movement seem to be more suitable for daily wear. This self-winding Portofino series is limited to 2,000 each, and is relatively easy to buy after it is released.
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