In August 2016, the Swiss watchmaker IWC launched a special edition of the Portuguese series of double-tracking chronograph Milano boutiques, limited to 100 pieces, deduced from more than 140 years of Schaffhausen heritage in Switzerland Fine watchmaking tradition. The bottom of the case is engraved with a unique limited number ‘Biscione’ grass snake pattern, which is the symbol of Milan.
This time, IWC launched a special edition of the Portuguese series of double-track chronograph Milano boutiques, with a limited edition of 100 pieces. The new Portuguese series double-tracing chronograph Milan Special Edition continues the IWC watch’s distinctive style of watchmaking. The dial pattern design is exquisite, elegant and expressive. The watch has a red gold case with a blue dial and a black alligator leather strap. The dial adopts a coordinated and balanced structure. The 12 o’clock and 6 o’clock positions are chronograph dials. At 10 o’clock, the case is equipped with dual push-button control buttons. The scale located in the central area is a speedometer function. It is a rangefinder. The case is engraved with a unique limited number ‘Biscione’ grass snake pattern. ‘Biscione’ is not only the logo of the Visconti family, but also the symbol of Milan.