This is a significant year for the IWC replica watch, which is 150 years old. Let's begin with the big guy. This watch has a platinum case with a massive 46mm that's 13.5mm thick and in the classic Portugieser style. The white lacquer dial and blued hands offer tons of contrast, and in addition to the tourbillon at nine o'clock, there's a moon phase display at one o'clock that is accurate to one day in every 577.5 years. It's amazing, right? The tourbillon has an extremely impressive look, supported by a vertical bridge and enveloped by a metal chapter ring for the second's display. It is industrial in sensibility and refined in execution in a way that is very special in today's market. The movement is the new hand-wound caliber 94805, which features an impressive 96-hour power reserve. The striped bridges and three-quarter plate construction give the movement a powerful look to a large extend, again echoing the appearance of the dial. Set just off-center is the "150 Years" medallion that you'll find across the Jubilee collection. One could make an argument that this is actually the most sophisticated replica watch here. And it's another serious, serious timekeeper. The Portugieser Perpetual Calendar Tourbillon Editon '150 Years' is exactly what it sounds like: a classic Portugieser case in red gold with a clean white lacquer dial showing the day, date, month, year, moon phase, and seven-day power reserve, all while displaying a tourbillon at 12 o'clock. Just like what I said, it's pretty serious. This fake watch runs on the new caliber 51950, the first replica IWC movement to have both a perpetual calendar and a dial-side tourbillon. As you might expect from the reference number, this movement bases on the earlier caliber 51900, but with the QP added. There is a massive gold winding rotor housing the "150 Years" medallion that you can see through the sapphire back. The movement looks every bit like the part of a modern IWC caliber. This might be my favorite execution of the Da Vinci yet. The case is the same 40.4mm stainless steel case that you've seen on previous Da Vinci Automatic models, but the details on this version are completely different. Most notably, the seconds are equipped in a sub-dial at six o'clock instead of with a central hand, and there is no date window either. You can see how rich the blue lacquer looks from this angle. Of course, I'd almost always take a real enamel dial over lacquer, but on a watch like this, I think the lacquer works really normally. Powering the replica watches is the new IWC caliber 82200, which has the company's signature Pellaton winding system and a 60-hour power reserve.