IWC Portugieser Perpetual Calendar 42 fake watches with 30m waterproof case

To increase the user's accuracy, the manufacturer has integrated a second hand function for the 60-second display at 6 o'clock. The replica IWC Portugieser Automatic 40 is available in four versions: three in steel and one in 5N rose gold. Two stainless steel versions feature silver dials (one with gold hour/minute markers and hands, the other with blue hands), and a third steel version with blue dial and silver hands. In particular, the rose gold version only has a silver dial with gold hands/pile.

Compared to the Automatic 40 model, the newly released chronograph model measures 41mm x 13mm, with a diameter and thickness increase of only 1mm. The dial layout of the replica IWC Portugieser Chronograph is still very clear fake watches, with two straight chronograph sub-dials from 12 o¡¯clock to 6 o¡¯clock.

The manufacturer still retains the piling of Arabic numerals in relief on the dial, so it is easy to see. With this model, the replica IWC brand offers a wide choice of dial colors, including very rare ones such as burgundy. Powering the IWC Portugieser Chronograph watch is the 69355 movement, and the strap is also a movement made in-house by the IWC brand. Caliber 69355 is driven by a column-wheel mechanism, providing a smoother and more precise chronograph push-button experience than the ETA Valjoux 7750, which is driven by a traditional cam-wheel system.

IWC historical figure Kurt Klaus has revolutionized the perpetual calendar function, creating a useful module for users. Specifically, in the case of the replica IWC Perpetual Calendar watch, if the function is to be adjusted, the user only needs to operate it on the crown to ensure that all functions are synchronized. The latest model that reminds us of this important milestone is the replica IWC Portuguese Perpetual Calendar 42.

The replica IWC Portugieser Perpetual Calendar 42 comes with a 30m water-resistant case and measures 42.4mm x 13.8mm. The dial features the date display at 3 o'clock, the month display and moon phase at 6 o'clock, and the day of the week at 9 o'clock. The three sub-dials are separate, and if you want to know if it's a leap year, look at the small circle inside the day sub-dial at 9 o'clock.