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The IWC Ingenieur collection is a subtle reminder of the skillfulness and artisanship of the Swiss watchmaker from Schaffhausen. When the IWC watches for men were released in 1955, the vision behind them was not only to build a precision timekeeping device but also to make a device that is functional and robust at the same time. The original Ingenieur models exhibited features like metal bracelets, date display at 3 o’clock, centralised second’s hand, and Roman numerals as time markers. The timepieces also showcased sports watch attributes such as water resistance and anti-magnetic properties. The 1967 Ref. 866 is a good example.
Today, the IWC Ingenieur is known for its striking design and technical ingenuity. The entire collection is IWC’s answer to the demand for athletic, classy, and functional timepieces. The collection takes pride in its technical prowess that displays some of the best complications and the use of the most advanced mechanisms seen in Haute Horlogerie. Materials such as titanium and ceramic is now part of the IWC Ingenieur DNA, placing the popular collection among the handful names in global watchmaking that are known for the use of unusual elements. Besides that, features like perpetual calendar, digital month and date display, case sizes varying from 40mm to 45mm, visible screws, and precision chronographs are also integral to the watch’s identity. Some of the most popular timepieces in the Ingenieur collection are:
• IWC Ingenieur Automatic
• IWC Ingenieur Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month
• IWC Ingenieur Chronograph