IWC Portofino Chronograph watch with hour, minute, second, date and day display function. You can use the built-in chronograph, time, minutes, seconds for the unit time, the measurement period can be up to 12 hours, and can accumulate the time period. Automatic mechanical movement with 25 gemstones (artificial ruby), can provide about 44 hours of power reserve. IWC Portofino Chronograph’s water depth is 3 bar, with a hardness rating of 8 levels of sapphire crystal mirror protection. Check replica IWC Portofino chronograph price.
In the normal position (0 position), can also be manually for the automatic movement on the chain. After turning the crown circle, the movement will start. However, the best time to turn on the crown 20 laps up and down, you can maximize the accuracy. When wearing, the crown must be kept at 0 position.
Date and Date Setting
If the month is less than 31 days, please manually adjust the date to the first day of the next month. Pull the crown to position 1. At this point you can turn the crown to the right to set the date, turn left to set the week (quick setting). Do not use the quick setup function between 8:00 am and 2:00 am, since the movement automatically adjusts the date and week during the engraved period, which may damage the conversion mechanism.
Pull the crown to position 2 to terminate the movement. To ensure that the set time is accurate to seconds, it is best to stop the movement when the second hand reaches 60. First turn the minute hand over the set time for a few minutes, then gently turn the minute hand back on the correct minute scale. With this method to ensure that start the movement of the minute hand immediately began to turn. Push the crown back to position 0 to start the second hand. When setting the time, please note that since the date conversion is at midnight, if you have changed at 12 noon, you will need to move the clock forward for 12 hours.
Set your replica IWC Portofino Chronograph watch correctly
Follow the steps below to set up the watch correctly
For the movement on the chain (about 20 weeks to rotate the crown).
Pull the crown out to position 1.
Rotate the crown to the right to advance the calendar accordingly. Set the date to the previous day.
Rotate the crown to the left to advance the calendar accordingly. Set the week to the previous day.
Position the crown to position 2 to terminate the movement. To ensure that the set time is accurate to seconds, it is best to stop the movement when the second hand reaches 60.
Rotate the pointer forward until the date display becomes today’s date. The pointer will be between midnight and 1 am.
At this point you can turn the pointer over the approximate time, and then call the pointer back to the correct time. If you set the watch in the afternoon, you will have to dial the pointer again at 12 o’clock (noon).
The crown back to the position 0, start the watch movement.