IWC(IWC) USED Watch
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At the IWC, only watches that pass rigorous in-house testing can appear as IWC watches. We repair and maintain watches of all ages, manufactured since our inception in 1868. Like three of the world's top three watch makers, IWC is responsible for past work. This attitude cannot be helped without saying that it is a “superior craftsman soul”. Founded in Schaffhausen, Switzerland by Florentine Ariosto Jones and Johann Heinrich Moser in 1868 to combine the traditional techniques of Switzerland with the techniques of mass production in the United States. Although it does not have a chronometer, it has its own in-house stricter standards than the chronometer, and it is said that if maintenance is not neglected, the time accuracy of a new product can be maintained for a long time. We have a lot of used IWC used, such as the representative of such a pilot watch.
- USEDIWC Portugieser¥660,0001RankPortugieser chronograph "IW371446" with a case diameter of 40.9 mm. Portugieser series equipped with a large movement, manufactured at the request of a Portuguese merchant and used for pocket watches. The model name "Portuguese" means "Portuguese" who started his birth. It features a smartly arranged in-dial up and down, with a 30-minute counter at 12 o'clock and a small second at 6 o'clock. A chronograph model with beautiful silver hands and indexes on a silver dial.
- USEDIWC Portugieser Automatic 7 Days¥990,0002RankA machine that uses a Pellaton-type bidirectional winding mechanism and is extremely efficient in accumulating power. Portugieser 7 Days equipped with the machine on its own caliber "Cal.5000" series. It is finished as a long power reserve machine that lasts 7 days with a large barrel and a large mainspring. With a sophisticated design and moderate thickness of the case, it is one of the most popular models in the series.
- USEDIWC Old Inter Quartz¥168,0003RankOld Inter, which has been popular for a long time, often has a clock with a cursive logo. In the 2000s, the IWC abolished the cursive logo and replaced it with the now-famous “IWC SCHAFFHAUSEN”. How about a simple watch that feels good old days?
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