The Replica Portugieser Monopusher Chronograph is an unusual watch: a manual-wind, single-button chronograph with a long power reserve of 192 hours, or eight days. It’s powered by the cal. 59360, which has a notably thin chronograph mechanism built over the cal. 59000 eight-day movement.
The movement is wide and relatively flat, resulting in a large IWC Replica watch that’s 46 mm wide and just shy of 14 mm high. Given the traditional Portugieser design of a wide dial and narrow bezel, the size of the watch is particularly pronounced.
As is traditional with the Laureus edition, the Replica Watch dial is a deep, metallic blue with ample space for the two chronograph registers as well as the power reserve display at nine.
The other traditional Laureus feature is the case back engraving that reproduces a drawing selected from submissions to an annual contest organised by Fake IWC.