The Swiss luxury watch manufacture, IWC, recently introduced their first Portugieser timepiece with a perpetual calendar and platinum case, and the Portugieser Automatic in a stainless steel case with a silver-plated dial and rhodium-plated hands.
The Portugieser Perpetual Calendar with double moon display features the 80-part perpetual calendar which was first developed by Kurt Klaus in the 1980's. It can be easily adjusted using just the crown, and can identify different month lengths and leap years automatically until the year 2100 without any correction.
The new variant of the Portugieser Automatic features a silver-plated dial which showcases appliquéd Arabic numerals, a railway track chapter ring and slim feuille hands. The 42.3mm timepiece comes equipped with an IWC 52010 manufacture calibre with a Pellaton winding and ceramic components.