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IWC Schaffhausen


With a clear focus on technology and development, the Swiss watch manufacturer IWC Schaffhausen has been producing timepieces of lasting value since 1868. The company has gained an international reputation based on a passion for innovative solutions and technical ingenuity. One of the world's leading brands in the luxury watch seg­ment, IWC crafts masterpieces of haute horlogerie at their finest, combining supreme precision with exclusive design. As an ecologically and socially responsible company, IWC is committed to sustainable production, supports in­stitutions around the globe in their work with children and young people, and maintains partnerships with organizations dedicated to climate and environmental protection. Our IWC collection can be viewed at our Newbury Street Watch Salon or our Chestnut Hill Boutique.


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IWC Portofofino Automatic Stainless Steel
$4500.00
The Portofino Automatic in its 40-millimetre case is offered in four red gold, four stainless-steel, and one white gold version, each of which is available with or without a diamond-set bezel. So the fact that this classic is now available in a more opulent design will no doubt come as good news to devotees of timelessly designed wristwatches.Simply classic. For many years this formula has been the secret of the Portofino AutomaticÂ's success. Three hands and a discreet day display: as the watch of choice for the discerning purist, it needs no more. The solid, mechanical automatic movement reliably ticks away the time. The evenly rounded sides of the 40-millimetre case make it appear even slimmer. The red-gold version is available with a silver-plated or slate-coloured dial and is decorated on the back with an exquisite engraving showing a view of the harbour at Portofino. The stainless-steel models with silver-plated or black dials are available with a choice of alligator leather straps or a Milanaise mesh bracelet in stainless steel.This year, the Portofino Automatic collection will be extended to include, for the first time, three exquisite models in red gold and a white gold version with a diamond-set bezel and Santoni alligator leather strap. The sun-pattern finish on the dial underscores the luxurious appearance of these timepieces. The reverse side of the case is also decorated with an exquisite engraving showing a view of the Portofino harbour.
IWC Pilot's Watch Mark XVII Stainless Steel
$5400.00
Compared with its predecessor, the Mark XVI, the stainless-steel case on the Mark XVII has increased by 2mm to 41mm. Moreover, IWCÂ's designers have modified the date window to make it look more like a cockpit instrument: with its vertically arranged numerals, it is now reminiscent of an altimeter.
IWC Portofino Automatic Stainless Steel
$5500.00
The Portofino Automatic in its 40-millimetre case is offered in four red gold, four stainless-steel, and one white gold version, each of which is available with or without a diamond-set bezel. So the fact that this classic is now available in a more opulent design will no doubt come as good news to devotees of timelessly designed wristwatches.Simply classic. For many years this formula has been the secret of the Portofino AutomaticÂ's success. Three hands and a discreet day display: as the watch of choice for the discerning purist, it needs no more. The solid, mechanical automatic movement reliably ticks away the time. The evenly rounded sides of the 40-millimetre case make it appear even slimmer. The sun-pattern finish on the dial underscores the luxurious appearance of these timepieces. The reverse side of the case is also decorated with an exquisite engraving showing a view of the Portofino harbour.
IWC Aquatimer Automatic Stainless Steel
$6400.00
With a case measuring 42 millimetres in diameter, the Aquatimer Automatic is the smallest model in the IWC diverÂ's watch family. The increase in pressure-resistance from 12 bar to 30 bar provides a bigger safety margin when diving to great depths.The rugged cliffs running along the coast, where the glittering silver Pacific crashes onto the jet-black igneous rock, is probably the most typical view of the Galapagos Islands. IWCÂ's designers took much of their inspiration for the colour scheme of the new Aquatimer Automatic in stainless steel from this meeting of the elements. The basic model in the Aquatimer family comes with a black or silver-plated dial, complete with a matching black rubber strap or stainless-steel bracelet. In the version with the black dial, the dive-related displays are coated with luminescent green Super-LumiNova®#. The model with the silver-plated dial looks particularly elegant: the colour of the inlaid luminescent material is slightly more discreet, which does not detract from its legibility in the dark or adverse visibility conditions. The clear-cut design of the watch, which has just three hands, likewise makes underwater orientation faster and simpler. Like all the models in the new collection, the Aquatimer Automatic is equipped with the innovative external/internal rotating bezel featuring the SafeDive system. With a case measuring just 42 millimetres in diameter, the Aquatimer Automatic is the smallest model in the diverÂ's watch family, and itÂ's dial the most purist.
IWC Ingenieur
$6400.00
The latest IWC Â"Laureus Sport for Good FoundationÂ" special edition is already the ninth in the series. And, once again, the colour of hope for disadvantaged children is blue: the unmistakable Laureus blue found on the dial of the Ingenieur Automatic Edition Â"Laureus Sport for Good FoundationÂ". The watch is water-resistant to 12 bar and, despite having a case height of just 10 millimetres, is fitted with a soft-iron inner case for optimum protection against magnetic fields. With a relatively modest case diameter of 40 millimetres, the Ingenieur Automatic Edition Â"Laureus Sport for Good FoundationÂ" was made for a slimmer wrist, and has a design that draws on the legendary Ingenieur SL of 1976.In 2014, in keeping with a revered tradition, IWC Schaffhausen organized another childrenÂ's drawing competition throughout all the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation projects. The subject of this yearÂ's competition, Â"Time to celebrateÂ", encouraged many children and adolescents from all over the world to submit entries. The jury chose the drawing by 13-year-old Nakayenga Zahara from Uganda. Her picture shows a group of happy cheerleaders with pompoms celebrating a trophy. The winning design is engraved on the back of the case. The engraving is a reminder that some of the sales proceeds are destined to help Laureus Sport for Good Foundation projects in some of the worldÂ's crisis regions. The moderate diameter of the case ideally suits it for wearing on a slender wrist.
IWC Portuguese Chronograph Stainless Steel
$7600.00
A traditional line of nautically inspired precision instruments would be incomplete without a chronograph with a quarter-second scale for precision timing. The elegant design and moderate height of the case have made the Portuguese Chronograph one of the most sought-after Portuguese models of them all. The hands, numerals and totalizers are harmoniously integrated into the clear-cut dial.The tradition behind the Portuguese family of watches stretches all the way back to the precision nautical instruments used by seafarers to discover the world. A traditional line like this needs a chronograph with a scale calibrated to an accuracy of a quarter of a second. The elegant design and moderate height of the case have made the Portuguese Chronograph one of the most sought-after Portuguese models of them all. Everything is integrated harmoniously on the clearly organized dial: the recessed totalizers, the embossed Arabic numerals and the perfectly proportioned feuille hands for hours and minutes. The chronographs in cases with the warm appeal of 18-carat red gold exude a distinctive luxury. The slate-coloured dial with its shimmering sun-pattern finish provides a discreet contrast to the deep black counters, whilst the blued hands for periods of stopped time provide a colourful highlight to the silver-plated dial.
IWC Pilot's Watch Mark XVII Stainless Steel
$4300.00
Compared with its predecessor, the Mark XVI, the stainless-steel case on the Mark XVII has increased by 2mm to 41mm. Moreover, IWCÂ's designers have modified the date window to make it look more like a cockpit instrument: with its vertically arranged numerals, it is now reminiscent of an altimeter.
IWC Pilot's Chronograph Stainless Steel
$5400.00
The robust 79320-calibre chronograph movement functions as a stopwatch with aggregate timing up to 12 hours. With its soft-iron inner case, it is optimally shielded against magnetic fields. The PilotÂ's Watch Chronograph, which is water-resistant to 6 bar, is available with either a calfskin strap by Santoni or an elegant stainless-steel bracelet. Textile straps are also available as an option.In the case of its Big PilotÂ's Watch, the company has taken a step back to the roots of the original. The triangular index is once again positioned below the chapter ring, while the numerals appear slightly bolder and the five-minute indices a little slimmer. Overall, the dial now appears more harmonious and looks uncannily like the original 1940 model. The PilotÂ's Watch Chronograph has reverted to a single date with day display in place of the triple date. In the interests of legibility, the five-minute numerals on the outer edge of the chapter ring have likewise been abandoned. The PilotÂ's Watch Chronograph is supplied with a black calfskin strap or an elegant satin-finished stainless-steel bracelet. In the PilotÂ's Watch Mark XVIII, we find two new models in stainless steel that have one feature in common: a reduction to the essentials. Unlike the previous version, the Mark XVII, the new models no longer have a triple date display and have been reduced by one millimetre to 40.
IWC Pilot's Spitfire Chronograph Stainless Steel
$9800.00
Water-resistant to 6 bar, the stainless-steel case has a diameter of 43 millimetres. This provides sufficient free space for the integration of a day display on the dial. The watch is also available with textile straps inspired by historic Nato straps. A soft-iron inner case protects the precision movement against magnetic fields and the front glass is secured against drops in pressure.The Spitfire was a single engine fighter aircraft commissioned by the Royal Air Force. In the 1930s and 1940s, it was a piece of aerodynamic wizardry with outstanding performance. Since 2003 at IWC, the name Spitfire has also been synonymous with a PilotÂ's Watch line that, in terms of elegance and technical expertise, is in a class of its own. This year, the PilotÂ's Watch Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month Spitfire remains almost unchanged with its slate-coloured dial and stainless-steel case. The large number of displays and complications underscores the watchÂ's outstanding horological qualities. The digital date and month indicators are displayed in large numerals. This is made possible by a complicated, powerful mechanism which, at the end of the month, synchronously advances up to four displays and, at the end of the year, the leap year display disc as well. This watch, as well as the Big PilotÂ's Watch Spitfire in red gold, is supplied with the new brown calfskin strap from Santoni. The rugged leather goes perfectly with a PilotÂ's Watch. The PilotÂ's Watch Chronograph Spitfire was designed as a sports watch for everyday use. The bezel of the stainless-steel case is polished to a mirror finish, as are two rows of links in the stainless-steel bracelet, giving the watch a special quality feel. This is underscored by the slate-coloured dial with its metallic finish, which matches the grey fuselage of its namesake, the Spitfire. A soft-iron inner case protects the precision movement against magnetic fields and the glass is secured against sudden drops in pressure.
IWC Portofino Automatic Stainless Steel
$4500.00
The Portofino Automatic in its 40-millimetre case is offered in four red gold, four stainless-steel, and one white gold version, each of which is available with or without a diamond-set bezel. So the fact that this classic is now available in a more opulent design will no doubt come as good news to devotees of timelessly designed wristwatches.Simply classic. For many years this formula has been the secret of the Portofino AutomaticÂ's success. Three hands and a discreet day display: as the watch of choice for the discerning purist, it needs no more. The solid, mechanical automatic movement reliably ticks away the time. The evenly rounded sides of the 40-millimetre case make it appear even slimmer. The red-gold version is available with a silver-plated or slate-coloured dial and is decorated on the back with an exquisite engraving showing a view of the harbour at Portofino. The stainless-steel models with silver-plated or black dials are available with a choice of alligator leather straps or a Milanaise mesh bracelet in stainless steel.This year, the Portofino Automatic collection will be extended to include, for the first time, three exquisite models in red gold and a white gold version with a diamond-set bezel and Santoni alligator leather strap. The sun-pattern finish on the dial underscores the luxurious appearance of these timepieces. The reverse side of the case is also decorated with an exquisite engraving showing a view of the Portofino harbour.
IWC Portofino Automatic Rose Gold
$11400.00
The Portofino Automatic in its 40-millimetre case is offered in four red gold, four stainless-steel, and one white gold version, each of which is available with or without a diamond-set bezel. So the fact that this classic is now available in a more opulent design will no doubt come as good news to devotees of timelessly designed wristwatches.Simply classic. For many years this formula has been the secret of the Portofino AutomaticÂ's success. Three hands and a discreet day display: as the watch of choice for the discerning purist, it needs no more. The solid, mechanical automatic movement reliably ticks away the time. The evenly rounded sides of the 40-millimetre case make it appear even slimmer. The red-gold version is available with a silver-plated or slate-coloured dial and is decorated on the back with an exquisite engraving showing a view of the harbour at Portofino. The stainless-steel models with silver-plated or black dials are available with a choice of alligator leather straps or a Milanaise mesh bracelet in stainless steel.This year, the Portofino Automatic collection will be extended to include, for the first time, three exquisite models in red gold and a white gold version with a diamond-set bezel and Santoni alligator leather strap. The sun-pattern finish on the dial underscores the luxurious appearance of these timepieces. The reverse side of the case is also decorated with an exquisite engraving showing a view of the Portofino harbour.
IWC Portuguese Chronograph Stainless Steel
$7600.00
The IWC Portuguese Chronograph (ref. IW371445) features a mechanical automatic movement with 44-hour power reserve; silver-plated dial; chronograph function; small seconds subdial; and 40.9mm, stainless steel case on a matte black alligator strap with a stainless steel ardillon buckle.The Portuguese Chronograph - Stylish & SophisticatedA traditional line of nautically inspired precision instruments would be incomplete without a chronograph with a quarter-second scale for precision timing. The elegant design and moderate height of the case have made the Portuguese Chronograph one of the most sought-after Portuguese models of them all. The hands, numerals and totalizers are harmoniously integrated into the clear-cut dial.
IWC Portuguese Chronograph Stainless Steel
$7600.00
The IWC Portuguese Chronograph (ref. IW371447) features a mechanical automatic movement with 44-hour power reserve; black dial; chronograph function; small seconds subdial; and 40.9mm, stainless steel case on a matte black alligator strap with a stainless steel ardillon buckle.The Portuguese Chronograph - Stylish & SophisticatedA traditional line of nautically inspired precision instruments would be incomplete without a chronograph with a quarter-second scale for precision timing. The elegant design and moderate height of the case have made the Portuguese Chronograph one of the most sought-after Portuguese models of them all. The hands, numerals and totalizers are harmoniously integrated into the clear-cut dial.
IWC Big Pilot's Watch Stainless Steel
$14500.00
The largest IWC-manufactured calibre builds up the energy for over seven daysÂ' power reserve in virtually no time. The movement stops after 168 hours, ensuring the same precision throughout the entire time it is actually running. The 46-millimetre stainless-steel case encloses a soft-iron cage that protects the movement against extreme magnetic fields.
IWC Pilot's Chronograph
$11900.00
The IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph "TOP GUN" (ref. IW388001) features the IWC in-house caliber 89365 mechanical automatic movement with a 68-hour power reserve; matte black dial with altimeter-like date display; chronograph with flyback function; Top Gun insignia on the case back; 46mm, black high-tech ceramic case with a titanium crown & push-buttons on a black, soft fabric strap.Precision Meets Cockpit-Style in the "Top Gun" ChronographThe centralized stopwatch hand, whose signal red counterpoise is of the silhouette of a jet, shows recorded times in seconds, while the small white hand in the subdial at Â"12 oÂ'clockÂ" shows the number of elapsed minutes. Thanks to the integrated flyback function, depressing the reset button returns the running stopwatch hand to zero and immediately starts recording another period of time. The small red seconds hand rotating at Â"6 oÂ'clockÂ" is an indication that the watch is running normally.
IWC Portuguese Chronograph Rose Gold
$16600.00
The IWC Portuguese Chronograph (ref. IW371482) features a mechanical automatic movement with 44-hour power reserve; slate gray dial with black subdials; chronograph function; small seconds subdial; and 40.9mm, 18k rose gold case on a black alligator strap with an 18k rose gold ardillon buckle.The Portuguese Chronograph - Stylish & SophisticatedA traditional line of nautically inspired precision instruments would be incomplete without a chronograph with a quarter-second scale for precision timing. The elegant design and moderate height of the case have made the Portuguese Chronograph one of the most sought-after Portuguese models of them all. The hands, numerals and totalizers are harmoniously integrated into the clear-cut dial.
IWC Pilot's Watch Worldtimer Stainless Steel
$8500.00
The IWC Pilot's Watch Worldtimer (ref. IW326201) features a mechanical automatic movement with approximate 42-hour power reserve; matte black dial; date display at 3 o'clock; 24 hour city disc display for world time function; center seconds hand; soft-iron, inner case for protection against magnetic fields; and 45mm (13.5mm thickness), stainless steel case with a sapphire-crystal, transparent case back on a black alligator strap with a stainless steel deployant clasp.How the IWC Pilot's Watch Worldtimer Works...The dial shows the current local time. If the wearer passes through one or several time zones, the time can be adjusted forwards or backwards in one-hour steps via the crown to show the new local time, even when crossing the International Date Line. The date simply moves in sync with the jumping hour hand. Once set correctly using the crown, the black-and-white 24-hour ring encircling the dial enables the wearer to read off the time in all 24 time zones. The 23 place names on the external city ring each represent a time zone, and standard time is centered below the name of the city.
IWC Portuguese Chronograph Classic Stainless Steel
$12100.00
A Reinterpretation of the Timeless Portuguese ChronographThe new Portuguese Chronograph Classic is slightly larger in diameter than the Portuguese Chronograph Ref. 3714 and 2 millimetres higher, although the latter makes little difference optically because of the arched-edge front glass. This traditional type of glass gives the design a classic balance that is enhanced by the railway-track-style chapter ring, which also gave the original Portuguese its distinctive appearance. The new Portuguese Chronograph Classic is equipped with the IWC-manufactured 89361 calibre. The movement was developed specially to show stopped times up to 12 hours on a separate subdial, which can be read off like the time of day.
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