Jumbo Ingenieuer in steel with black rubber strap and automatic IWC movement.
Visionary technology is central to the design of each Ingenieur watch. The first Ingenieur, which established an entire family of innovative Ingenieur watches, cemented IWC’s reputation for technical expertise in the world of watchmaking. Launched in 1955, the Ingenieur featured an IWC automatic movement and included protection against magnetic fields. With extreme shock resistance and protection against temperature changes, the Ingenieur is a practical timepiece even in risky conditions. With a rugged design, the bold 46mm case gives Ingenieur watches their individual look.
Established in 1868, IWC was founded by an American, Florentine Ariosto, with the aim of supplying America with Swiss-made timepieces. IWC watches come under a number of watch families, each representative of a particular inspiration or value, however despite the number of models, a commitment to precision and innovation always stands. The exclusivity of IWC watches has seen them become lasting investment pieces, providing a pioneering quality that is truly timeless.