IWC Ingenieur Double Chronograph Titanium

by · December 4, 2012

The IWC Ingenieur Double Chronograph Titanium is a striking time piece in both looks and watch making craftsmanship. It has a powerful presence and a unique design. The key thing about this watch is the titanium case, a metal that is very comfortable, being non allergic and very light while being practically indestructible the color scheme is striking, the usual grey metal in this case titanium with the black dial and black rubber strap are given a little extra with small dashes of blue on the Arabic numerals. This is an imposing watch that can look its best in a casual, less official attire. It can also be worn for a work situation and is perfect for on meetings with costumers where you can best showcase your knowledge in quality watches.

The IWC Ingenieur has a self-winding mechanical chronograph movement with a 44 hours power reserve. It also has three chronographs so the measurement of short amounts of time is very easy and precise. They are situated at twelve six and nine o’clock. The day and date function is situated at three o’clock, and is tastefully incorporated into the dial being clearly visible without standing out too much. It also has a screw in crown and a split second hand for intermediate timing.  The split second hand can be activated by a button located at ten o’clock. The crowns are both covered in protective rubber and are elegantly incorporated in the lines of the watch. The sapphire crystal is both scratch resistant and has a two side anti-reflective treatment for the best possible appearance.

It is water resistant up to 12 bars making it perfect for just about any type of water exposure. It also has a case height of 16 mm and a diameter of 45 making it a pretty big watch, one that would look best on a bigger wrist. So if you like cutting edge unique design and quality, durable materials like titanium, mixed with a very functional and pleasant to wear rubber belt then the IWC Ingenieur Double Chronograph Titanium is clearly the watch for you.

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