In 2007 IWC introduced new models of its famous Ingenieur family. The newly developed timepieces have been provided with technically advanced in-house calibers. The revised Ingenieur watch powered by the 80110 calibre manufactory-produced movement initially appeared in 2005. It served as the engineering platform for a really robust generation of movements. Its remarkable characteristics won the iconic status for the new IWC watch.
The new IWC Big Ingenieur watch is worth special attention due its improved functionality and signature design. The timepiece is housed in a 45.5 mm case. It incorporated large 51112 calibre movement providing a seven-day power reserve. It is appreciated as one of the most impressive drive mechanisms found in a wristwatch.
The new Ingenieur developed in 2007 is presented in a stainless steel case. The watch’s case is provided with a soft iron cage that offers protection against the magnetic fields that badly effect the timepiece’s accuracy. The IWC watch is secured to the wrist with an integrated stainless steel bracelet, with an amazingly low weight of under 210 g.
For those customers, who are not afraid of magnetic effects, the IWC developed one more version of the Big Ingenieur also crafted in stainless steel but without the soft iron inner case. The timepiece is powered by the IWC in-house large 51112 caliber movement equipped with an automatic Pellaton winding system as well as a seven-day power reserve. This attractive alternative version of the Big Ingenieur without the non-transparent iron cage has gained additional height and provides the advantage of a sapphire glass back.
As for the 5000-series movements, they are visually impressive. The Ingenieur case measuring 45.5 mm in diameter improves the comfort of wearing, in spite of the considerable size. This advantage is explained by using a comfortable leather strap instead of a steel bracelet. The distinctive Ingenieur style is reflected not only through the case construction, but also through the dial design.
The IWC Big Ingenieur displays the legible date positioned at 6 o’clock, while the seven-day power reserve display featuring the red indication for the last day is found at 3 o’clock. Due to the dial’s size, the IWC watch’s designers created the optimal, generously dimensioned indicators’ display. This new model has become the largest IWC Ingenieur watch ever developed. The jumbo member of the iconic IWC watch family, is special for its robustness. This idea is expressed not only through the integrated side guard for the case’s screw-in crown, but also by the remarkable water resistance and pressure resistance up to 120 meters.
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