Introduction To Iwc Portofino Dual Time Zone Watch

In 2011, the Portofino series, as the highlight of IWC, launched a total of four watches. The dual time zone watch equipped with the new 64710 automatic movement is also worthy of attention. Like other Portofino watches, this dual time zone watch strictly inherits the characteristics of this series in appearance. The 12-point scale of the Roman numerals, the elegant willow-shaped hands, the brief dial design, and the elegant temperament emanating from the whole body all reveal the obvious Portofino characteristics.

 This dual time zone watch has a small three-hand design with a second dial at 6 o’clock and a 24-hour dial at 12 o’clock. Among them, the upper half of the 24-hour disk is slightly darker, and the lower half is slightly brighter, representing day and night. The red 24-hour hand stands out. The calendar window at 3 o’clock is well integrated with the dial, and the color of the calendar dial is the same as that of the dial.
 The center is the local hour and minute display, which can be adjusted quickly through the 3-point crown. Pull crown out to position 1 to adjust clockwise clockwise and counterclockwise. And the hour hand will move step by step in units of hours to ensure the accuracy of pointing. When the hour hand passes the 12 o’clock position, the calendar will jump in sync. At the same time, the minutes and seconds are still moving, for precision.

 This watch has a diameter of 45mm and a thickness of 12mm. Water resistant to 30m. Available in all steel and 18K rose gold case materials. The all-steel case is available in silver and black dials, with a black alligator leather strap by Santoni. The rose gold case only has a black case and a dark brown Santoni alligator strap. The movement is the latest self-made 64710 automatic winding movement launched by IWC. Provides a 72-hour power reserve at a shock frequency of 28800vph.