THREE TO TANGO. Since its first unveiling back in 1995, IWC Schaffhausen‘s Portugieser Chronograph Rattrapante has been considered a “pioneering achievement;” a watch that showcases IWC’s brilliance in not only engineering, but also style
As we’re nearing the end of 2016, IWC is honoring the timepiece with three limited-edition watches, which are dedicated to the cities of Milan, Paris and Munich. Despite representing different cities, the timepieces are similarly eqipped with a third push-button for starting and stopping the split-seconds hand.
Limited to 100 pieces only, The Portugieser Chronograph Rattrapante Edition “Boutique Milano” features a telemeterscale on the flange and a tachymeter scale on the inner circle of the dial. Style-wise, it comes with a red gold case, blue dial and hand-finished black alligator leather strap.