IWC Shines With Silver-Plated Portofino Chronograph

The sleek timepiece boasts an in-house movement and a sharp tan leather strap.


It’s the details that really make the difference in matters of style, and the same can certainly be said of the best watches on the planet: Precision beneath the surface is really what counts. That’s only part of the reason why the newest iteration of the IWC Portofino Chronograph is so impressive.

The sleek new IWC Portofino Chronograph 39 boasts, as the name implies, a crisp 39mm dial and of course, a super-precise IWC in-house movement, the Calibre 69355.


It joins other new additions to the IWC lineup, including two new IWC “Blue Panda” watches released this past summer.

The latest iteration of the Portofino Chronograph is delivered on a dressy, versatile tan leather strap that stands out handsomely against a visually striking silver-plated sunray dial.


IWC also revamped the Portofino Chrono in collaboration with Laureus this past spring, and the crisply designed IWC Portofino Chrono 39 is a fitting addition to the luxury timepiece company’s stable of watches.


Helpfully, the see-through sapphire glass case back shows off the movement itself, while minutes and seconds chronograph functionality delivers precise timekeeping.


An impressive 46-hour power reserve is enough to keep the Portofino Chrono 39 on time through nearly an entire weekend’s worth of luxury pursuits, for good measure.

Like other stunning IWC watches, the latest Portofino Chrono is an investment, clocking in at $7,300 on the dot.

Look closely at this handsome, refined timepiece though, and you might find it’s worth the investment in its own right.