1. IWC Portofino Midsize Automatic Day and Night IW459101
This Portofino Midsize Automatic Day and Night has a 24-hour day/night display and a second-a2qtime zone. This watch shine because of its 78 sparkling diamonds and its mother-of-pearl dial. Moreover, it is encrusted with 66 diamonds around the bezel, and 12 more in the mother of pearl dial to mark the hours.
The 24-hour display is visible into a ring located on the dial, with hour by hour adjustable hand for designating. The beautiful second-time zone is quite a practical development. The second, minute and hour hands are showing the local time, while the blue hand on the inner 24-hour ring displays the time at the second location. Moreover, to ease the reading of time in the second location, the lower half of the ring is colored in white which is from "6 a.m." to "6 p.m", while the top half is colored in blue which is from "6 p.m." to “6 a.m.”. Therefore, permitting the wearer to adjust between night and day instantly.
The crown makes it possible to set the time independently on the dial and in the inner 24-hour ring on a fast and simple way. By pulling the crown out to a particular position, the wearer can adjust the minute and hour hands after succeeding in a new time zone. The small blue hand stays in place and continues to display the home time. The crown can be pulled out to a second position when it is needed as it offers the hand to be adjusted in both backward and forward directions in one-hour steps.
This watch is powered by the caliber 35700 mechanical movements with the balance frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour (4 Hz) and has a 42-hour of power reserve. The self-winding mechanism is built on 27 jewels, and it is guarded against the access of water up to 30 meters or 100 feet.
2. IWC Portofino Automatic Moon Phase 37 Edition Laureus Sport IW459006
IWC has always been supportive to the Good Foundation of Laureus Sport through releasing a special edition timepiece. For the very first time, the Schaffhausen-based manufacturer engineered a ladies watch in the form of the 2016 Laureus limited edition of the Portofino Automatic Moon Phase.
It has a dark, metallic blue dial that has been encrusted with 12 small diamonds for the hour indexes. The rest of its dial stays even with the standard Portofino Automatic Moon Phase 37. A beautiful moon phase sign is located at the 12 o'clock position, and the display of seconds, minutes and hours on the central axis.
This watch is powered by a reliable and accurate caliber 35800 automatic mechanical movement that gives 42 hours of power reserve. Also, it is housed in a mid-sized 37mm stainless steel case and 11mm in thickness. The case is guarded with convex sapphire crystals that have an anti-reflective coating on both sides and built to resist water pressure up to 30 meters or 100 feet.
It is a tradition that the case back would have a mark of a duplicate of a child's drawing. This happens each year on IWC, and they organize a contest where they choose the drawing for the case back decoration. Last year, 2016, the judges decided the drawing of Eleni Partakki, she is a 16-year-old girl from Cyprus. As you can see in her drawing, girls and boys are playing with a ball. This was her entry during the competition having a "Time for Sport" theme.
3. IWC Portofino Midsize Automatic IW458110
Despite the fact that IWC is known for producing big watches, its new Portofino Midsize Automatic Watch could prove that this Schaffhausen-based manufacturer can equally pay attention to timepieces that are in small size.
This is a simple yet elegant three-hand watch that is housed in a slightly lower case which has a 37mm measurement in diameter 9mm in thickness. Also, it is encrusted with dials or diamond-set bezels which show attraction to potential buyers since it will give a distinct symbol of elegance and luxury.
This watch is equipped with the Caliber 35111 mechanical movement that is capable of storing energy that will keep the timepiece to work for 42 hours when fully wound. You can see a little sun-pattern finish dial under the front sapphire glass which reflects light in a myriad of different ways. The dial comprises Roman numerals 6 and 12 and indices and also has a small date window positioned at the 3 o’clock. Some dials are encrusted with round diamonds accenting the hour markers at the end of the dial or with a full diamond-set bezel. Its water resistance is up to 30 meters or 100 feet.
4. IWC Pilot's Automatic IW324001
This watch is the smallest 3-hand edition of the Pilot’s collection. The watch's dial is arranged traditionally with three hands. Unlike the usual all black dial, IWC chose for a sunray-brushed dial which gives a much lighter color than black. The main marker scale is positioned in a slightly recessed circle at the edge of the dial with the needed Arabic numerals near the hour markers. The word "automatic" is permanently printed on the middle of the southern half of the dial aside from the brand, and the required Swiss made.
This watch is in housed in a stainless steel case that has a 36mm diameter and 10.5mm thickness. This size appears to be a small side for a pilot watch. Nevertheless, such sizes are needed from a consumer perspective since a great proportion of people feel more comfortable wearing watches that don't dominate on their wrists. Also, it is still entirely anti-magnetic despite its size that has a soft iron inner case and dial.
It is equipped with the caliber 35111, a Sellita based design that operates at 28,899 vibrations per hour (4 Hz), it is an automatic movement that has seconds hand stop. The main power sources have a 42-hour power reserve. Also, it comes with a date function positioned at 3'oclock. It has a water resistance of 60 meters or 200 feet.
5. IWC Da Vinci Automatic Navy Blue Dial IW458312
The primary attributes of this Da Vinci Automatic Navy Blue Dial include an all-round cased model as seen in the line’s 1980s designs, a shift from the tonneau patterns found in the 1970 and 2007 collection. This watch is in housed in 36 mm in diameter. A sapphire crystal glass with anti-reflective coating is visible on the front side of the watch, and a solid stainless steel case back with engravings about the model is located on the rear side.
This watch is equipped with a caliber 35111, a 25 jeweled self-winding movement that operates at 28,899 vibrations per hour (4 Hz) and offers a power reserve of 42 hours when fully wound. Also, this watch is offered on a blue alligator strap that is manufactured by Santoni, a popular Italian shoemaker. The strap is guarded with a stainless steel folding clasp while the case emphasizes the Da Vinci Collection’s signature detail winding crown. It is water resistant to 30 meters or 100 feet.
All in all, any IWC watch for women is a perfect accessory for they do not only feature the real meaning of quality but its appearance is also very stylish and is fashionably suitable to be worn for any occasion. This 5 IWC watches for women are chosen by the Luxurious Watch Review team for they are a variety kind of watches, a versatile dress watch to a dive watch that could last a lifetime with the proper care. So, if you are thinking about buying a new watch, for diving or any other reason, these watches are strongly recommended and can also be worn by men.