From the rugged looks of the IWC Pilot’s Watch to the iconic dial of the Portugieser, IWC Replica has a watch to suit every taste. Below, we’ve profiled some of the brand’s most popular models, from sports watches to dress and heritage models.
IWC first showed the world the Aquatimer at the 1967 Basel Watch Fair, impressing customers and critics alike with a stylish sports watch capable of descending more than 200 meters below the ocean’s surface.
Since its launch, the IWC Replica Watches Aquatimer has been redesigned and refined over time. Notable Aquatimer models include the Ocean 2000 & 500 — two civilian watches based on IWC’s early 80s military watches, which were constructed in titanium for mine clearance divers and military frogmen.
Inspired by a diver’s helmet, legendary Swiss Replica Watch designer Gérald Genta decided that the functional parts of a watch — the screws and bores that allowed it to operate — didn’t need to hide inside its case or out of sight.
The result was the Ingenieur SL — an innovative watch that went on sale in 1976, inspired by the antimagnetic IWC Ingenieur of the 1950s. In 2005, IWC Charming Fake Watches relaunched the Ingenieur, mixing the raw engineering of Genta’s 1970s Ingenieur SL with the sleek style of the original.
From the simple and elegant Portofino Automatic to the eye-catching Portofino Hand-Wound Monopusher, the Portofino is one of IWC Functional Copy Watches most impressive dress watches. Understated and stylish but not short of presence, the Portofino blends vintage looks with modern technology.
IWC launched its first pilot’s watch — the Special Pilot’s Watch — in 1936. Designed to assist in recording take-off times, the first Pilot’s Watch was such a success that it spawned a successor four years later in the form of the Big Pilot’s Watch 52.
Today, IWC Pilot’s Replica Watch range includes a variety of stylish tool watches from 36 to 46mm in diameter. The Pilot’s Watch Chronograph mixes the tool watch styling of the original IWC Pilot’s Watch with a 79320-calibre chronograph movement and day and date complications.