SIHH 2006 - IWC announces new Portuguese Perpetual Calendar II  0 Comments


Amongst the new offerings from IWC this year, this watch is to me the most interesting and asthetically handsome. Seen here are the Pink Gold and White Gold versions of the new Calibre IW50221. It will be 42mm with 7 days power reserve, pellaton power reserve system and a single perpetual moon phase (unlike the other Portuguese Perpetual with northern and southern hemisphere moon phases) accurate to 577 years. This watch will be first seen at the SIHH 2006 (a gathering of Richemont watch brands). No further details are made available and how the movement looks like. Keep tuned in as I will provide more photos as they become available.
Oddly enough, this watch does not appear to be a replacement of the IW50211 Portuguese Perpetual (although the yellow gold white dial has been discontinued).
To track the information on this new release, CLICK HERE



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