Introducing: Three New Split-Second Chronographs From IWC (For The First Time Since 2006)

Introducing: Three New Split-Second Chronographs From IWC (For The First Time Since 2006)

The unique, 1995 split-seconds chronograph from IWC.

What we’re getting (without precedent for a very long time, we should add) isn’t one model gave multiple times little varieties, however three totally different models, each with its own dial setup and etching at the back. 

The Portugieser Chronograph Rattrapante Edition “Shop Milano” (Ref. IW371215) comes in a 41mm red gold case, while the Edition “Shop Rue de la Paix” (Ref. IW371216), and the Edition “Shop Munich” (Ref. IW371217), are both tempered steel models. Every one of the three watches are fueled by Caliber 76240, a hand-twisted with a force hold of 44 hours. They are each engraved at the back with their city symbol, as indicated by IWC. The Milan release likewise includes a tachymeter scale (first found in the 2004 Ref. 371212).

Edition ‘Store Milano’

Edition ‘Store Munich’

Edition ‘Store Rue de la Paix’

The Milan release (restricted to 100 pieces) is accessible today for €21,500, however potential customers should sit tight until December for the Paris version (250 pieces), and the Spring of 2017 for the Munich version (another 250 pieces).

For more data, kindly visit the authority IWC site .