The IWC Portugieser Automatic 7-Day Replica is a great watch. Elegant and sophisticated, yet modern at the same time. Not to mention its case size of 42.3mm is more reasonable than some of its larger counterparts.
Of course it’s not the thinnest 14.1mm, but you can still slip it under your shirt cuff. In addition, the Portuguese collection is one of IWC’s most recognizable and iconic collections.
The Portugieser Automatic 7-Day is a relatively new model by watchmaking standards. Cheap IWC Replica launched the original in 2000, making it more than 20 years old. To be fair, Portugieser only evolved into a series in the early ’90s.
This watch houses the in-house Calibre 5000. Considered by many to be a game changer for IWC. Not only is it a good-looking movement, it’s also powerful. It can also be mass produced.
Available in stainless steel, rose gold and platinum, it paves the way for a new era in Portuguese. Ten years later, IWC Replica Watches sale introduced the second generation of the automatic 7-day watch. One of the main attractions of the Portugieser is its simple dial design. Yes, there are a lot of changes now, but the core blueprint remains the same.
Arabic numerals for hours. Leaf-shaped hands. The railroad track chapter rings minute. And a very thin bezel that makes the IWC replica watches swiss movement case look bigger. It’s a timeless design, but also very attractive and versatile. You can dress up or casual for any occasion. Take your formal attire to the next level with a suit.
The IWC Portugieser Automatic 7-Day Ref IW5001 1:1 replica watches usa series uses the 51011 movement. This is a movement made by IWC, a direct descendant of the Calibre 5000. It is equipped with the same two-way automatic Pellaton winding system as the original.
Of course, it also offers a 7-day power reserve. To be fair, you could say it’s a bit redundant on an automatic watch. But IWC is all about innovation, and the seven-day power reserve is impressive.
It’s worth noting that IWC exact replica watch was updated to the 52010 movement in 2015. That’s what you’ll find in the current automatic 7-day series. Without a doubt, it is better than its predecessor. But is it worth paying a premium for it? They are all in-house automatic movements. Both offer a 7-day power reserve.