Good things certainly come in threes when it comes to IWC Schaffhausen. Note, they've launched a trio of Portugieser Chronograph Rattrapante timepieces, each one paying homage to three major cities: Paris, Milan and Munich. First debuting in 1995, the collection became a symbol of technical mastery due to its complex chronograph feature, recognisable by the third push-button.
Limited to only 100 pieces, the Portugieser Chronograph Rattrapante Edition "Boutique Milano" is distinguished by its red gold case and blue dial. While the stainless steel-cased "Boutique Rue de la Paix" and "Boutique Munich" are limited to 250 pieces. On the casebacks of these fine watches are intricate engravings that showcase the icons of each city.
The new Portugieser Chronograph Rattrapante timepieces will be available at IWC boutiques in the cities cited from Spring 2017. Though interest can already be registered by emailing IWC directly. Also, discover the Jaeger‑LeCoultre Master Memovox 60th anniversary edition.