High Quality IWC Ingenieur Chronograph Edition “W 125” IW380701 Fake Online
The Ingenieur Chronograph Edition “W 125” is a homage to the Mercedes-Benz W 125 Silver Arrow. It was in 1938 that Rudolf Caracciola set the record for the highest speed ever reached on a public road – 432.7 kilometres per hour – in a W 125 powered by a V12 engine on the autobahn from Frankfurt am Main to Darmstadt. This model is limited to 750 watches and has a rugged titanium case. The black hands and appliqués provide a stylish contrast against the silver-plated dial. The two totalizers, the small seconds subdial and the tachymeter scale are inspired by the dials in the dashboard of a W 125. This model comes with an exquisite black calfskin strap.
The bracelet may be adjusted by using a clever system using a push button within the links, which will release the locked pins. The IWC Ingenieur reference 3239 comes with a small tool that may be used to press the push button and after that you can just push out the pins. However, it doesn’t possess this micro-adjustment which you will find on Rolex and Omega bracelets for example, which can be helpful during warm Summer days or cold Winter days. In any case, IWC has among the nicest methods of resizing a bracelet yourself, without the chance of damaging your bracelet (or see). The exact same method also applies for replacing the bracelet together with IWC’s comfortable soft strap or vice versa.
So, the IWC Ingenieur Automatic 40mm creates a pretty persuasive argument to those trying to find a nice tool watch with true scientific and horological roots. It’s the correct size, resembles the original Genta design carefully, holds true to the anti-magnetic roots of the Ingenieur line, and its comparatively reasonably priced. Nevertheless, the Swiss watch firm has rapidly switched gears and has is enriching its new set with four new references in its technically driven Ingenieur collection, all in 1 go. The new watches were released this morning in the united kingdom, during the Goodwood 75th Members Meeting, an occasion which IWC has been a regular partner of for some years now. Last year, the organization used the occasion to present their new in-house chronograph, Calibre 69370, in a new-look Ingenieur which borrowed some legendary traits from the first model ref. IWC included a couple of special editions, including the “Rudolf Caracciola” a few months later.
- Titanium case
- Screw in crown
- Water resistance 6 bar
- Silver-plated dial with luminescence
- Chronograph function with hours, minutes and seconds
- Date display
- Sapphire glass, convex, antireflective coating on both sides
- Small hacking seconds
- 69370 Calibre
- Automatic, self-winding
- 33 Jewels
- 46 hours Power Reserve
- IWC-manufactured movement
- Côtes de Genève, perlage
- Black calfskin strap