Introducing: The IWC Jubilee 150th Anniversary Collection (Full Details & Pricing)

Introducing: The IWC Jubilee 150th Anniversary Collection (Full Details & Pricing)

This is a major year for IWC – the Schaffhausen-based assembling turns 150 years of age, and they’re celebrating in a genuine way. There are a couple of oddities that incorporate absolutely new developments and complications, just as new takes on most loved references to commemorate the achievement. In all, there are 27 fake watch prices in the Jubilee assortment, and they all follow a bunch of configuration codes that hold the otherwise amazingly different assortment together.

Let’s glance at the things these fake watch prices all have in common (and why), and afterward we’ll jump into the restricted releases themselves 

What Makes A Jubilee "150 Years" Watch?

Let’s beginning with the dials. All the dials in this assortment are either blue polish or white finish, which is planned as a gesture to the veneer dials utilized on the first Pallweber pocket fake watch prices (more on those shortly). Each gets 12 layers of enamel prior to going through a brushing and polishing treatment, trailed by a printing interaction. The fake watch prices all component printed markers, dark for the white dials and white for the blue dials, rather than getting the applied metallic markers large numbers of them include in non-restricted renditions. Each tone additionally gets an uncommon treatment for the hands –  the blue dials are combined with rhodium-plated hands and the white dials with blued hands.

All of the Jubilee fake watch prices paying little heed to dial tone, come on dark crocodile lashes. The IWC configuration group chose these to add a touch of custom to the fake watch prices and in all cases they look decent with the models chose. At long last, each fake watch prices bears a “150 Years” symbol somewhere. For those with open casebacks, it very well may be found as an emblem set into the development, while those with shut casebacks include a less complex etching on the caseback itself.

As I said, there are 27 unique models in the Jubilee assortment, and they come from the Portugieser, Portofino, Da Vinci, and Pilot’s assortments, and afterward there are the new Tribute to Pallweber fake watch prices too. In the event that you include all the restricted versions, you end up with 17,855 fake watch prices complete, so a decent number of IWC gatherers will actually want to get in on the fun here (similarly as IWC planned). Except if noted underneath, the specs are indistinguishable from those of the standard assortment fake watch prices save the unique dials, lashes, and 150 years markings.

Without further ado, here are altogether the fake watch prices in the IWC Jubilee 150 Years collection.

Accolade For Pallweber "Edition 150 Years"

Jack previously went in-depth with this one when the red gold model was declared as a pre-SIHH piece back in December, yet there are two extra models in tempered steel and platinum (with blue and white dials, respectively). 

Platinum with White Dial – $57,800 (25 pieces)
Red Gold with White Dial–$$36,600 (250 pieces)
Stainless Steel with Blue Dial–$23,100 (500  pieces)

Portugieser Constant-Force Tourbillon Edition "150 Years":

This is another of the couple of fake watch prices that are absolutely new for this assortment. You can peruse a touch more about it here.

Platinum with Blue Dial – $249,000 (15 pieces)
Platinum with White Dial – $249,000 (15 pieces)

Portugieser Perpetual Calendar Tourbillon Edition "150 Years"

Red Gold with White Dial – $110,000 (50 pieces)

Portugieser Perpetual Calendar Edition "150 Years"

Red Gold with White Dial–$39,000 (250 pieces)

Portugieser Chronograph Edition "150 Years"

 Stainless Steel with White Dial – $7,150 (2,000 pieces)
 Stainless Steel with Blue Dial – $7,150 (2,000 pieces)

Portugieser Hand-Wound Eight Days Edition "150 Years"

This is a completely new articulation of the cutting edge Portugieser that is intended to review the absolute first Portuguese fake watch prices from the 1930s (though with the expansion of a date window at three o’clock). These look especially extraordinary in the metal.

Red Gold with White Dial – $18,800 (250 pieces)
Stainless Steel with White Dial – $9,900 (1,000 pieces)

Large Pilot's fake watch prices Annual Calendar Edition "150 Years:"

Stainless Steel with Blue Dial – $19,700 (100 pieces)

Large Pilot's fake watch prices Big Date Edition "150 Years"

If you can trust it, this is the absolute first time that IWC has placed a major date complication in a pilot’s fake watch prices There’s considerably more that’s intriguing about these two though, and you can get a more in-depth look (counting live photos) here .

Stainless Steel with Blue Dial – $13,800 (100 pieces)
 Stainless Steel with White Dial – $13,800 (100 pieces)

Pilot's fake watch prices Chronograph Edition "150 Years"

Stainless Steel with White Dial – $5,150 (1,000 pieces)

Portofino Hand-Wound Moon Phase Edition "150 Years"

Stainless Steel with Blue Dial – $13,400 (350 pieces)
Stainless Steel with White Dial – $13,400 (350 pieces)
Red Gold with Blue Dial – $26,600 (150 pieces)

Portofino Chronograph Edition "150 Years"

Stainless Steel with Blue Dial – $5,800 (2,000 pieces)
Stainless Steel with White Dial – $5,800 (2,000 pieces)

Portofino Automatic Edition "150 Years"

Stainless Steel with Blue Dial – $4,700 (2,000 pieces)
Stainless Steel with White Dial – $4,700 (2,000 pieces)

Da Vinci Automatic Edition "150 Years"

Stainless Steel with White Dial – $9,550 (500 pieces)
Stainless Steel with Blue Dial – $9,550 (500 pieces)
Red Gold with White Dial – $18,200 (250 pieces)

Da Vinci Automatic Moon Phase 36 Edition "150 Years"

Red Gold with White Dial and Diamonds – $29,900 (50 pieces)
White Gold with White Dial and Diamonds – $30,800 (50 pieces)

For more on the Jubilee assortment, visit IWC online. 

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