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IWC - Portuguese Tourbillon Hand-Wound Ref. 5463

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Together with the Portuguese Chronograph Classic, IWC also presented the Portuguese Tourbillon Hand-Wound Ref. 5463, available in a white gold or red gold 43 mm case.
The flying tourbillon at 9 o'clock - weighting just 0.801 g - rotates once round its axis every 60 seconds so offsetting the pull of gravity on any disequi­librium in the balance wheel, which may affect the rate of the watch. 
The new front glass with arched edge makes the Portuguese Tourbillon Hand-Wound seem very flat, en­hancing its classic, balanced lines. Thickness is just 11 mm.

The dial can be slate ­coloured for the white gold version and silver­plated for the red gold one. 
The IWC­ manufactured 98900­ calibre movement, with its intricately decorated nickel­silver three­quarter bridge, is visible through the transparent sapphire­glass back. For the Portuguese Tourbillon Hand­Wound, IWC engineers have increased the balance frequency to 28,800 beats per hour, which ensures excel­lent precision. 
The Portuguese Tourbillon Hand-Wound timepieces are fitted with lea­ther straps from the House of Santoni. Every Santoni strap is lovingly finished with manual artistry to lend an exclusive patina look with individual colour shade.

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