Perfect for Sportsmen and Scientists: 7 IWC Ingenieur Watches You Should Buy.

7 IWC Ingenieur Watches You Should Buy.

IWC Schaffhausen or others are known as IWC International Watch Co. AG is a luxury Swiss watchmaker in Schaffhausen which is famous for being the location of the largest plain waterfall of Europe, the Rhine Falls. In the French-speaking part of Switzerland based the majority of the Swiss luxury watchmakers, resulting in Schaffhausen being the island of the industry. IWC’s motto established in 1903 is in a Latin phrase meaning “good, solid craftsmanship from Schaffhausen” which is Probus Scafusia. Ingenieur watches is one of the IWC collections and its striking design combining sportiness and the technical appeal is continuously showing today since its creation in 1955. Listed here are some of the factual features of the Ingenieur timepiece.

History of IWC

Florentine Ariosto Jones, an American engineer, and watchmaker founded the International Watch Company in 1868. The watchmaking company aimed to combine the craftsmanship of Swiss people with modern technology in the engineering of the U.S. to produce watches and other watch parts for the U.S. market. During the Industrial Age in 1850, Heinrich Moser, a watch manufacturer, and industrialist built the first hydroelectric plant of Schaffhausen, Switzerland, laying the cornerstone for future industrialization. The municipality of Le Locle was probably the place where Jones and Moser met and showed great interest in their goals. Together, they worked, laying the foundations for The International Watch Company in Schaffhausen, north-eastern Switzerland’s only watch manufacturers. The IWC Ingenieur was created for engineers when in the 1950s, technological innovations have rapidly increased. 

The Ingenieur Watches

IWC’s enthusiasm for engineering is a reason why the Ingenieur collection was built. Ceramic and titanium, usually used in motorsport, attributes the architecture and technological yet athletic character of the watch. Here are a few of the Ingenieur watches that can be availed today.

  1. Ingenieur Automatic (Stainless Steel Silver-Plated Dial)

The 40 mm automatic, self-winding Ingenieur timepiece reference IW357001 in a stainless steel case with 25 jewels features a sapphire glass with convex, antireflective coating on both sides and a silver-plated dial with luminescence. Its bracelet is made up of a black alligator 20 mm leather strap. The simple three-hand watch resembles the 1950s models of Ingenieur timepieces.

  1. Ingenieur Automatic (Stainless Steel Black Dial)

The 40 mm automatic, self-winding Ingenieur timepiece reference IW357002, made up of stainless case with 25 jewels features a sapphire glass with convex, antireflective coating on both sides, and a black dial with luminescence. Its 20 mm bracelet is made up of stainless steel.

  1. Ingenieur Automatic (18 ct 5N Gold Slate Dial)

The 40 mm automatic, self-winding Ingenieur timepiece reference IW357003, made up of 18 ct 5N gold case with 25 jewels features a sapphire glass with convex, antireflective coating on both sides, and slate-colored dial with luminescence. Its bracelet is made up of a black alligator 20 mm leather strap.

  1. Ingenieur Chronograph (Stainless Steel Slate Dial)

The 42.3 mm automatic, self-winding Ingenieur chronograph reference IW380803, made up of 18 ct 5N gold case with 33 jewels features a sapphire glass with convex, antireflective coating on both sides, and a silver-plated dial with luminescence. It is powered by the IWC-manufactured 69375-caliber movement and has a water resistance of up to 12 bar. Its 20 mm bracelet is made up of stainless steel and it has a power reserve of up to 46 hours.

  1. Ingenieur Chronograph (Stainless Steel Blue Dial)

The 42.3 mm automatic, self-winding Ingenieur chronograph reference IW380802, made up of stainless steel case with 33 jewels features a sapphire glass with convex, antireflective coating on both sides and blue dial with luminescence and is powered by the IWC-manufactured 69375-caliber movement. It has a water resistance of up to 12 bar and a power reserve of up to 46 hours. Its 20 mm bracelet is also in stainless steel.

  1. Ingenieur Chronograph (18 ct 5N Gold Silver-Plated Dial)

The 42.3 mm automatic, self-winding Ingenieur chronograph reference IW380801, made up of stainless steel case with 33 jewels features a sapphire glass with convex, antireflective coating on both sides and silver-plated dial with luminescence and is powered by the IWC-manufactured 69375-caliber movement. It has a water resistance of up to 12 bar and a power reserve of up to 46 hours. Its bracelet is made up of a black alligator 20 mm leather strap.

  1. Ingenieur Perpetual Calendar Digital Date Month (18 ct 5N Gold Silver-Plated Dial)

The 45 mm automatic, self-winding Ingenieur Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month reference IW381701, made up of 18 ct 5N gold case with 51 jewels features a perpetual calendar with a large double-digit display for date and month and leap year display, and sapphire glass with convex, antireflective coating on both sides, and silver-plated dial with luminescence. It is powered by the IWC-manufactured 89801-caliber movement and has a water resistance of up to 12 bar and a power reserve of up to 46 hours. Its bracelet is made up of a black alligator 22 mm leather strap.

In A Nutshell

IWC’s philosophy is based on a passion for watchmakers, unrelenting business, and perfect partisanship. With the increasing number of engineers undergoing extensive work nowadays, IWC Ingenieur is a watch that won’t leave the user behind. 

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