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Here are IWC Schaffhausen Luxury Watches For Every Occasion


IWC is one of the most important designers in the watch industry. The Schaffhausen-based company gained worldwide fame thanks to the Pilot's series, an integral part of the IWC portfolio since the mid-30s.
 
Minute repeaters, power reserve indication, tourbillons, split chronographs, and perpetual calendars are just some true wonders which contribute to the excellent reputation of IWC Schaffhausen.
 
IWC has set a high standard for itself, groundbreaking technology of watch design and movement complications from its very beginning.

 

 
 
If you admire all things IWC, you’re in the right place! Let’s explore IWC’s most iconic collections and dive into why the watchmaking house has inspired watch lovers around the world for more than a century.
 
 
IWC Watches

 

The origin of the IWC

The idea of ​​creating a fine-watch factory came from the American watchmaker and engineer F. A. Jones. IWC Schaffhausen was founded in 1868 in the German-speaking part of Switzerland to produce high-end watches for the American market. That is why the company is called International Watch Company.
 
In the 20th century, IWC created watches for military sailors, pilots, yachters, divers, and other areas where accuracy and maximum reliability are important. Today, IWC has been producing masterpieces for 150 years, and it’s still a reference for watchmaking expertise.

 
IWC iconic collections


 
IWC Portofino Watches

IWC Portofino Watches

Warm seas, yachts, and the Riviera make the setting for IWC Portofino watches— timeless, elegant classics that look great regardless of time or era.
 
The Portofino series exudes an uncluttered grace, making them the perfect dress watch for any occasion. The series includes classic watches with three hands, chronographs, models with moon phase, power reserve indicators, or a tourbillon.
 
Portofino timepieces have fascinated and perfectly conveyed the impeccable taste and status of their owners since the 80s. IWC offers Portofino in steel or gold with some models accented with diamonds, making it ideal for women and men.

IWC Portugieser Watches

IWC Portugieser Watches

We can call the Portugieser a high-tech watch. This is a 75-year-old masterpiece of mechanical watchmaking, eye-catching design, and impressive grandeur.
 
Since its conception, the Portugieser series has demonstrated high levels of accuracy and reliability because it was crafted with Portuguese sailors in mind.
 
The Portugieser follows its own course, honors traditions, and hasn’t changed under the blows of fashion, remaining faithful to its owners and fans.

The model received new functions and complications after its 50th anniversary, without letting go of the noble and sophistication of the original concept.
 
The range of functions includes a chronograph, perpetual calendar, minute repeater, and tourbillon, while the Grande Complication model combines as many as twenty functions in its case.

IWC Pilot's Watches


IWC Pilot's Watches

The Pilot’s collection has been a professional pilot's watch for over 80 years and the most extensive campaign for IWC, including several sub-series such as Classic, Spitfire, Top Gun, etc.
 
All models offer a generous dark dial, glow-in-the-dark, and easy-to-read numerals, a large case, and the unique touch is the aircraft-style dashboard design.
 
Unique iron technology around the caliber eliminates the influence of magnetic fields, resulting in amazing watch accuracy and reliability.

IWC Ingenieur Watches


IWC Ingenieur Watches

Like the pilot's watch, the IWC Ingenieur was one of the first timepieces with powerful anti-magnetic protection, thanks to an inner screen made of soft iron.
 
The Ingenieur gained high popularity in the mid-70s after receiving a new case. Since then, the Ingenieur has been given a slim upgrade with an integrated bracelet and a round bezel porthole.
 
IWC offers Ingenieur in numerous variations. Available in stainless steel with three hands, chronographs, or perpetual calendar versions.

IWC Aquatimer Watches



IWC Aquatimer Watches

The Aquatimer is a diving watch in the IWC repertoire. Introduced in the mid-60s, the model differed from other diving watches with an internal bezel. In current models, the bezel for setting the diving time is under the sapphire crystal.
 
The Aquatimer is one of IWC’s finest, combining traditional design and modern elements such as ultra-precise mechanisms and its own in-house calibers.

IWC Da Vinci Watches



IWC Da Vinci Watches

IWC has launched models bearing the name of Da Vinci's since 1969. The characteristics of Da Vinci include a constant change of style—the shape of the watch is round, then rectangular, then barrel-shaped.
 
In addition, many models are adorned with meticulous complications, always designed for men and women. The latest versions include a perpetual calendar, chronograph, tourbillon, and a moon phase display.

 

Shop IWC watches in Burlington County

 

If you want a smart wardrobe with impactful choices to dress sharply, Jay Roberts is your destination in Marlton, NJ.
 
Here, you’ll find a wide variety of IWC Schaffhausen’s finest collections and join a select group that enjoys the most breathtaking timepiece designs in the market. 

Our experts are happy to assist you in tailoring which IWC series best fits your lifestyle and help you with any questions about IWC watch movement complications. Visit us at Raymour & Flanigan Plaza at 515 Rt. 73 South Marlton, NJ.

 
 

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