IWC Portofino Chronograph IW3910

So mesh bands (no, I’m not talking about the Skagen I was rockin’ 12 years ago) are having a moment. That being said, the only example of this that’s not causing eye pain is the IWC Portofino. Yes, I have expensive taste…

The Portofino Chronograph brings a sporty touch to the Portofino family. The striking push-buttons are reminiscent of the cockpit of 1960s Italian sports cars. The watch, which features a convex sapphire glass and appliquéd Roman numerals, is driven by the time-tested automatic 75320 calibre with its 44-hour power reserve. Milanese mesh bracelets really do something to the overall look. This piece will set you back $5,900. Enjoy or look for something more approachable from Movado or Shinola.

IWC Portofino Chronograph IW3910.