IWC Schaffhausen unveils the Portugieser Tourbillon Rétrograde Chronograph Lewis Hamilton, a collaboration with the seven-time Formula One™ world champion. The timepiece features a platinum case, teal dial, and matching textile strap. The 89900 calibre, an IWC-manufactured mechanism, powers a flying minute tourbillon, a chronograph function, and a retrograde date display. Limited to 44 pieces, the watch reflects Hamilton’s racing number.
Hamilton, known for his distinctive style, has partnered with IWC Chief Design Officer Christian Knoop to design his third special edition timepiece. The watch features a platinum case, a teal dial with 12 diamonds, and Hamilton’s logo. The dial’s highlight is the flying hacking minute tourbillon, which increases the watch’s accuracy.
The watch is powered by the IWC-manufactured 89900 calibre, featuring a chronograph function and a retrograde date display. The movement components are gold-plated, visible through the sapphire glass back. This is the third collaboration between IWC and Hamilton, following the Ingenieur Chronograph Edition Lewis Hamilton in 2014 and the Big Pilot’s Watch Perpetual Calendar Edition “Lewis Hamilton” in 2019.