What Makes IWC Special?

IWC is a luxury watch manufacturer in Schaffhausen, Switzerland founded in 1868 and synonymous with stylishness and extravagance, with refined and popular designs. Most popular watches include the Portugueser, Portofino and the Big Pilot line of watches.

History of IWC

IWC was founded in 1868 by Florentine Ariosto Jones, an American engineer. Johann Heinrich Moser, a Swiss watchmaker, joined forces with Jones and allowed him to rent one of his industrial buildings in Schaffhausen. IWC was founded with the idea of combining American engineering capabilities with Swiss craftsmanship. Despite going through several hardships throughout the 20th century, IWC has weathered the test of time - a testimony to its timeless designs, as seen through the popularity of its Pilot, Portofino and Portugueser lines.

Rarity & Exclusivity of IWC

IWC watches offer some of the most classically attractive designs on the market, and has continued to do so in recent time, enjoying a strong resurgence in popularity. The simple yet distinct designs of the Big Pilot and the Portugueser chronographs offers users some of the classiest watches with character one can buy.