IWC IW510103 Portofino Hand Wound Eight Days SS Silver Dial (28180)

28180 IWC 5101 Portofino Hand Wound Eight Days, 5101-03, IW510103, 510102, Stainless Steel on a Brown Santoni Strap with a Stainless Steel Tang Buckle, Manual Wind Movement, Date Window at 3 O'Clock, Small Seconds Hand Sub-Dial Located at the 6 O'Clock Position, Power Reserve Indicator Located at the 9 O'Clock Position, Silver Dial with Applied Silver Index Hour Markers, Sapphire Crystal, Water Resistant, Diameter: 45 mm, Thickness: 12 mm, Like New with Box and Papers dated 10/2011.

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This is a stainless steel IWC Portofino Hand Wound Eight Days IW510102. The solid 3-body case, rounded, stepped bezel, and curved lugs are polished, with a sapphire crystal with an arched edge and anti-reflective coating on both sides. The dial is black with applied silver baton hour marker indexes and hands, and there are Arabic numerals every five minutes around the perimeter. The 8-day power reserve sector is at 9 o'clock, the date display is at 3 o'clock, and a small seconds hand subsidiary dial is at 6. It's water resistant to 30 meters, and the Santoni alligator leather strap has a stainless steel tang buckle. The 12mm thick case, dial, and movement are all signed.

This IWC Portofino Hand Wound Eight Days IW510102 has a mechanical manual winding IWC caliber 59210 movement that's rhodium plated with fausses cotes embellishment. It's constructed with 30 jewels, a shock absorber mechanism, and a self-compensating Breguet flat balance spring. It has a hacking mechanism, and the movement oscillates at 28,800 vph.

The IWC Portofino Hand Wound Eight Days IW510102 was first produced in 2011.