For the first time since 2006, Swiss luxury timepiece manufacturers IWC have reintroduced the Portugieser Chronograph Rattrapante. First introduced in 1995 and updated in 2006, the latest split-second chronograph will honor three of the Swiss company’s European flagships which are located in Paris, Milan and Munich. Each new model will house different dial configurations and engravings on the back to represent its designated city. All three Portugieser Chronograph Rattrapantes contain a hand-wound 76240 Calibre with a 44 hour reserve. Both the “Boutique Rue de la Paix” and “Boutique Munich” Editions have a 41 mm stainless steel case, while the “Boutique Milano” Edition is encased in red gold.
The Milan Edition, limited to 100 units, is available now for €21,500 EUR (approximately $23,105 USD). The Paris Edition will be made available in late December, while the Munich Edition will be available in Spring of 2017. Both the Paris and Munich Editions are limited to 250 units each. For more details, head over to IWC’s website.