The glaring appearance shapes our first impression on IWC Portuguese Classic Chronograph Laureus. The glaring case shines and the blue dial is just like a vivid ocean, bringing us the unique delicate sense on IWC Portuguese. The dial of Portuguese Laureus has a beautiful blue. The shining blue is just like the surfy ocean, and the chronograph, date aperture and LOGO gives forms a good ornamentation. It kooks thick on the side, and the case, the bezel and case back give us a layers ‘ sense, and the shining case embodies the excellent steel.
In addition, the brown is designed uniquely. Two crowns are wrap under two protections. Two chronograph button and such as a design serves as a good ornamentation on IWC Portuguese. Looking at its case back, this is a see-through case back through which we could see how it works, and how those gears and supporters collaborates in such a precise way. As this is a Laureus Charity special edition, so on the case back branded with the happy children, indicating people care about the future of children on poor areas.
The single directional fold-up clasp is easy to operate and gives us a perfect visual effects. On the buckle you will see an IWC’s logo, and the black rubber strap makes it quite flexible and would not be chill when you wear in winter. The big size and the stainless steel could cause some pressure on hand, but given the shining case and blue dial that could reflects owner’s taste and attributes, it would be ok with it. The steel case and blue dial shapes a unusual appearance, the date display and chronograph can satisfy the basic needs. But the most important thing is that the IWC’s home-made movement has good performance and it feels good whenever you wear it or operate it.