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In the anniversary year of 2015, the Portugieser Chronograph continues its success story as the most popular Portugieser watch.
Jessica Chastain, Kristen Bell, Olivia Munn, Emmy Rossum and more sparkle in Piaget on the red carpet.
Featuring one of the most sophisticated of watchmaking complications, the Portugieser Minute Repeater continues to fascinate lovers of precision watch mechanics. The edition is limited to 500 pieces each in platinum and 18-carat red gold.
The Portugieser Tourbillon Mystère Rétrograde combines the magic of a floating tourbillon with the logic of a date hand that reverts to its starting position and the power of a 7-day in-house calibre.
To mark the 75th anniversary of the Portugieser watch family, the Portugieser Grande Complication appears with a number of understated modifications.
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To mark the watch family’s 75th anniversary in 2015, the Portugieser Automatic has been equipped with the newly developed IWC-manufactured 52010 calibre and optimized strap horns.
The Portugieser Yacht Club Chronograph is the sportiest timepiece in a watch family steeped in tradition. At the request of many watch lovers – and to mark the 75th anniversary – the model is now slightly smaller with ergonomically designed strap horns and a new strap.
With her Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph on the wrist, the world’s number one female tennis player Serena Williams wins the Australian Open With her Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph on the wrist, the world’s number one female tennis player Serena Williams wins the Australian Open in a pulsating match against Maria Sharapova on Saturday January 31st 2015.