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We will send your watch insured and by express. Shipping in Germany is free of charge for you. We ship "overnight" in Germany. In our delivery times, we give 3-5 working days - always depending on the form of payment.

We have had good experiences with our delivery services "UPS/Fedex/Parcel Broker". We have been working with the shipping companies for over 15 years.

You will receive a tracking number from us via e-mail, which will show you where your watch is.

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We deliver quickly if the interaction "Payment -> Shipping" works. In our shop we speak of a delivery of 3-5 working days throughout Germany and 5-7 working days for other countries.

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Watches that you bought from us in the shop enjoy a 14-day right of return. Provided that you handle the watch with care - i.e. the watch has no signs of wear or the bracelet is sweaty/damaged.

You can find out how to revoke this at the following link watches24.com/widerruf .

One last request: do not send the watch back to us freight collect!

The IWC classics

IWC Portuguese

Are you looking for a classic everyday watch with a unique story. But how does this unique story come together?

Bartholomeu Dias was the first to sail around the southern tip of Africa, Fernando Magellan was the first to circumnavigate the world and Pedro Cabral discovered Brazil: The Portuguese of the 15th and 16th centuries were courageous and adventurous.

At the end of the 1930s, two merchants named Rodríguez and Teixeira from Lisbon and Porto contacted the International Watch Company, now known as IWC Schaffhausen. Their fervent wish: a large wristwatch made of steel for captains and officers of the Portuguese merchant fleet who needed a “really big watch” with the precision of a marine chronometer on their wrist.

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This watch has been developed over time - but it has retained its true character. Big, elegant and striking.

When someone hears the name Portugieser, they probably immediately think of the Portugieser chronograph. This model impresses with its classic round case, Arabic numerals and elegant hands. The small seconds is at 6 o'clock and the minute counter is at 12 o'clock. IWC deliberately omitted an hour counter and a date display in order to improve readability. Since 2020, IWC has been using the in-house caliber 69355 in this chronograph, a further development of the Valjoux 7750. With a power reserve of 46 hours and 194 individual parts, this movement is not only precise, but also beautifully decorated with Geneva stripes and pearls.

IWC Aquatimer

In 1967, IWC presented the first Aquatimer watch with impressive water resistance of up to 200 meters. A year later, the design received a distinctive cushion-shaped case.

In 1997, another redesign took place with an externally relocated bezel that could withstand depths of 2000 meters.

In 2008, the rotating bezel returned under the glass to evoke the classic vintage aesthetic.

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The comprehensive overhaul of the Aquatimer collection took place in 2014, introducing watches with a wide range of functions, including models with water resistance of up to 30 bar and watches with depth gauges.

An IWC Schaffhausen Aquatimer with a perpetual calendar was also presented.

IWC currently only offers two models with 300 meters of water resistance: a three-hand watch with a 5-day power reserve and a chronograph with a 68-hour power reserve.

IWC engineer

In 1955, IWC presented the first engineer's watch with remarkable magnetic field resistance. In 1976, a significant redesign was carried out by the designer Gérald Genta, who seamlessly merged the stainless steel bracelet with the case. Unfortunately, due to the quartz crisis, only 1,000 pieces were produced.

The successor to the engineer's watch set a world record for anti-magnetic watches with a magnetic field resistance of 500,000 A/m. In the 1990s came models with Mecaquarz movements and mechanical chronograph construction, manufactured by Jaeger-LeCoultre.

In 2023, the 6th generation watch received a major redesign that preserves its timeless elegance and brings it into modern times.

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IWC Da Vinci

At the end of the 1960s, IWC in Schaffhausen decided to dedicate a watch to the painter and inventor Leonardo da Vinci that would honor his passion for innovation. The first watch in the IWC Da Vinci series had a revolutionary Beta 21 quartz movement, while subsequent models were mechanical.

These watches, including the Da Vinci Vintage and the Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar, represented Schaffhausen's rich heritage. Their perfection and elegance are reflected in their production in IWC's own factory.

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Today the Da Vinci watches are available in a modern new edition, for both men and women. They are characterized by round cases and clear dials. Most of the backs are engraved with the “Flower of Life,” a geometric figure made up of nested circles that form a hexagon.

This geometry has a connection to Leonardo da Vinci, who once described it in the Codex Atlanticus. Experience timeless elegance with the new Da Vinci watches from IWC.

IWC Spitfire

The history of the IWC Schaffhausen Spitfire goes back to the 1940s, when IWC manufactured pilot's watches for the Royal Air Force (RAF). These timepieces were crucial to the success of the Spitfire aircraft during World War II. Today, in modern times, the current IWC Spitfire models are a homage to this eventful past and embody the fascination for aviation that has characterized IWC for decades.

The contemporary IWC Spitfire models are characterized by their elegant design, which takes up the characteristic shape of the Spitfire aircraft. The case embodies style and functionality in equal measure and is the perfect choice for modern adventurers.

IWC's outstanding craftsmanship is evident in every detail of these watches. Each watch is made by experienced watchmakers in IWC's renowned factory in Schaffhausen. The clockwork, at the heart of every Spitfire, is a masterpiece of precision and reliability.

IWC Mark

Since 1936, IWC Mark watches have shaped the world of pilot watches with timeless elegance and precise craftsmanship. The history of these watches began with the Royal Air Force (RAF), which was looking for reliable timekeeping for its pilots.

The IWC Mark 11, introduced in 1948, quickly became standard equipment for RAF pilots. Its clear dial with Arabic numerals and hands offered excellent readability, and its robust case stood the test of time in the air. Today, the current IWC Mark watches are contemporary classics that perfectly embody the combination of tradition and innovation.

These clocks are not only instruments for telling time, but also symbols of aviation history. They remind us of brave pilots and emphasize the importance of precision and time in aviation.

These clocks are not only instruments for telling time, but also symbols of aviation history. They remind us of brave pilots and emphasize the importance of precision and time in aviation.

IWC stands for perfection and innovation

The letters IWC stand for International Watch Company. But what's behind it? In 1868, the American watchmaker Florentine Ariosto Jones founded IWC in Schaffhausen. Despite the unusual choice of location, Schaffhausen proved to be the perfect base for the production of mechanical watches. Jones had created optimal conditions with a hydroelectric power station near the Rhine Falls.

Initially, Jones and his successor had difficulties with production and export to America. But they didn't give up. In 1874 IWC became a stock corporation and in 1880 Johannes Rauschenbach took over the company. From then on things went uphill.

Today IWC is a globally recognized brand for quality, precision and timeless elegance. Every watch from Schaffhausen is a masterpiece of craftsmanship and embodies the passion and expertise that lies in every detail.

Today, IWC is one of the leading watch manufacturers in the world, delighting watch lovers worldwide with unique creations. The letters IWC are not just a brand name, but a symbol of quality and traditional heritage.

In 1978, Hans Ernst Homburger had to sell the family business due to the high price of gold and the fall of the dollar. It found a new owner in VDO Adolf Schindling AG - a company that also owned the renowned Jaeger-LeCoultre brand.

Developments continued and in 1991 both IWC Schaffhausen and Jaeger-LeCoultre came into the possession of Mannesmann. But that wasn't the end of the story. In 2000, the company was finally taken over by the renowned Richemont Group, which ensured that the core brand of IWC Schaffhausen was retained.

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Today, IWC is one of the leading watch manufacturers in the world, delighting watch lovers worldwide with unique creations. The letters IWC are not just a brand name, but a symbol of quality and traditional heritage.

In 1978, Hans Ernst Homburger had to sell the family business due to the high price of gold and the fall of the dollar. It found a new owner in VDO Adolf Schindling AG - a company that also owned the renowned Jaeger-LeCoultre brand.

Developments continued and in 1991 both IWC Schaffhausen and Jaeger-LeCoultre came into the possession of Mannesmann. But that wasn't the end of the story. In 2000, the company was finally taken over by the renowned Richemont Group, which ensured that the core brand of IWC Schaffhausen was retained.

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