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Portugieser Chronograph

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. This model features a stainless steel case, a silver-plated dial, as well as blue hands and appliqués; it is fitted with a black alligator leather strap. Inside the sporty-elegant chronograph, the IWC-manufactured 69355 calibre is at work. The robust and precise chronograph movement in classic column-wheel design is visible through a sapphire-glass case back.

In the anniversary year, the iconic Portugieser Chronograph features for the first time a movement from the IWC-manufactured 69000 calibre family. The chronograph is a classic column-wheel design and takes the energy it needs from a bidirectional pawl-winding system similar to the Pellaton mechanism. The dial contains three subdials: one for the hour counter at “9 o’clock”, one for the minute counter at “12 o’clock” and one for the small seconds at “6 o’clock”. Movements in this calibre family have a frequency of 4 hertz (28,800 beats per hour) and a power reserve of 46 hours.

SKU IWC-IW371605




Dial Colour


Dial Shape



27 Jewels


46 hours Power Reserve


69355 Calibre


Automatic, self-winding


Côtes de Genève, perlage


Frequency 28800.0 vph (4.0 hz)


IWC-manufactured movement



Water Resistant

3 bar


Black alligator leather strap by Santoni


Diameter 41.0 mm


Height 13.1 mm


See-through sapphire glass back


Stainless steel case

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