The story behind the IWC Schaffhausen Ingenieur
The Inginieur is a series of watches renowned for extreme resistance to shock and changes of temperature. IWC Schaffhausen joined a host of Swiss watchmaking manufacturers competing to create the world’s first bi-directional automatic movement by introducing the Inginieur in 1955. Inginieur models feature a bold, pure 46mm cases with an individual design. The movement is protected by a shock absorbent inner case which makes it practical in extreme conditions even in some of the world most inhospitable regions.