Introducing: The 2017 IWC Ingenieur Collection, A Sports Line Featuring Four Different In-House Calibers

Introducing: The 2017 IWC Ingenieur Collection, A Sports Line Featuring Four Different In-House Calibers

The new watches were presented today in the UK, during the Goodwood 75th Members Meeting, an occasion which IWC has been an ordinary accomplice of for certain years now.

Last year’s Ingenieur Chronograph Edition ‘Rudolf Caracciola.’

Last year, the company utilized the occasion to present their new in-house chronograph, Caliber 69370, in another look Ingenieur which acquired some famous qualities from the first model ref. 666A, made back in 1955. IWC several uncommon releases, including the “Rudolf Caracciola” a couple of months after the fact.

The IWC Ingenieur Ref. 666.

This year, the company is extending its contribution with four new models, including three new forms of the chronograph. The new models range from a competitive tempered steel programmed three-hander which looks considerably more like a vintage ref. 666A, to a very good quality ceaseless calendar. 

The new yet vintage-propelled Ingenieur Automatic, a 40mm three-hander with a little date window at three o’clock.

Here are the fours models introduced by IWC: the Ingenieur Automatic, the Ingenieur Chronograph, the Ingenieur Chronograph Sport, and the Ingenieur Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month. A few case materials will be offered for each model. The three-hand model with date is 40mm x 10.5mm, incidentally, so it ought to be an extraordinary possibility for an every day wear watch. The ceaseless schedule utilizes IWC’s computerized interminable schedule date and month show, and Ingenieur Chronograph Sport is a restricted release of 500 pieces, in a 44mm titanium case, and highlights a delicate iron internal argument for assurance against magnetism also (with a lighting-jolt molded seconds hand to demonstrate its antimagnetic shielding).

The new the Ingenieur Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month (Ref. IW381701).

The new Ingenieur will be accessible from £3,950 (roughly $4,900 at the hour of distribution) for the easiest model, to £15,750 (around $19,500 at the hour of distribution) for the most complicated. We’ll be getting our hands on these watches very soon and will be back with more data on each model once that happens. 

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