CONQUERING THE EAST! At the last Dubai Watch Week IWC introduced a specially designed timepiece for Middle Eastern collectors, with the tourbillon in the spotlight. The Portugieser collection by IWC, created in the 1930s, was a response to a specific request from two Portuguese merchants, and used...

HIGH-TECH DIVING For the 50th anniversary of the Aquatimer collection, IWC has unveiled the first diving watch with a case made from Ceratanium in a limited edition. To celebrate the golden jubilee of Aquatimer, IWC has chosen not to dive back into the history of the collection,...

HARMONIOUS DESIGN Boasting a balanced design integrating mechanical complications, this timepiece has all the elements that embody the creative spirit of brilliant Leonardo da Vinci. Of all the Da Vinci models, the Tourbillon Rétrograde Chronograph would certainly have been the watch that appealed most to the Italian...

HOMAGE TO THE PAST Almost 70 years after the first Mark II model, the watchmaker from Schaffhausen brings this iconic pilot’s watch up to date with a stylistically simple, limited edition with a self-winding mechanism. In 1948, in the IWC workshops in Schaffhausen, a timepiece was produced...

TICKING SHARK Because the company cares about the marine environment, IWC continues to raise awareness through its timepieces and with this diving watch designed for underwater exploration in particular. On a personal note, sharks have fascinated me since the age of 7. In fact, I can...

Introducing the IWC Portugieser Yacht Club Chronograph Edition “Boesch” This summer will see a profusion of boats parade on the water including super-stylish yachts from Swiss boat builder Boesch’s workshops. IWC has joined forces with the famous manufacturer to unveil a new limited edition (150...

IWC - Montre d'Aviateur Automatique 36 Pilot watches have an instantly recognisable design: large size, big Arabic numerals, chunky hands, protruding crown and minimalist dial. Although highly popular with watch enthusiasts, some criticise the case size and depth for comfort or design reasons. To put a smile...

Over 75 years ago in 1940, IWC unveiled its large 52 T.S.C calibre observer’s watch (Tirette Seconde Centrale) designed for the military. The design and sheer size of the piece inspired the Schaffhausen brand to produce two versions of the Big Pilot’s Heritage Watch. The...