It’s been a while since I’ve had a photo review IWC Portuguese fake watch posted on my blog so this is going to be just the perfect day for this one. I haven’t gotten a lot of inquiries on IWC replica watches from you guys lately but I think that showing-off a good quality replica IWC watch it’s always a good idea specially that I’ve seen quite a lot of poor quality ones out there. Let’s check out this one and see what’s it like.
It’s a Japanese Quartz movement that’s mentioned on the dial. It ticks the seconds hand and the small seconds hand at 6 o’clock that’s for sure buy IWC have quartz movements too. Not on the Portuguese, make sure you know that though. Small chronograph at 12 o’clock is a stopwatch so overall this movement has some good functions up its sleeve.
The same happens to the one on the bottom of the dial that can be found at 6 o’clock. This is probably because the chronographs on the replica watch are slightly smaller than the ones on the original IWC. The last difference between the watches is again on a chronograph and also related to the numbers shown there. The replica watch features the following sequence of numbers 20, 40 and 60 while the original watch only has numbers 6 and 12 showing on its chronograph on the lower part of the dial.
The highlights of the uniquely constructed IWC Portuguese watches are the 51111 caliber movement which is one of the largest automatic movements ever designed by IWC that powers the timepiece for exactly 168 hours. Throughout its seven days power reserve the watch offers an impressive precision.
This magnificent self-winding mechanism is enclosed by a 46 mm stainless steel case which protects the movement from damages that may be caused by magnetic fields. The manly and robust look of the watch is nicely complemented by the alligator leather strap that comes with an elegant folding clasp. Everything about its design and craftsmanship represents a true statement of excellence.