Ah, to be the IWC Ingenieur. It’s the third in famed watch designer Gérald Genta’s triumvirate of integrated bracelet, stainless steel sport replica watches for sale from the 1970s. And while it might get less attention than its more famous predecessors (the Royal Oak and the Nautilus), it’s no less Genta than those two designs. Lucky for you, “less attention” can also translate to another phrase that watch enthusiasts love to hear – value proposition.
Of course, AAA UK IWC fake watches actually traces the history of the Ingenieur line further back than Genta’s influence: the Ingenieur reference 666 was introduced in 1955, and designed as a tool watch for engineers that could withstand the effects of magnetic fields. In 2013, best IWC replica watches revamped its historic Ingenieur lineup, maintaining the classic shape of Genta’s original design, and adding a few models with crazy complications, like the Constant-Force Tourbillon.
This perfect copy IWC Ingenieur Chronograph Racer watches (ref. IWC3785-08) comes from this 2013 revamp. It’s no tourbillon, but it’s still a beast of a watch, measuring 45mm in diameter and a touch over 14mm in thickness. Think of it as the Ingenieur’s answer to the Big Pilot.
By the way, there’s even a clasp extension, similar to those you might expect on dive replica watches online, that allows you to adjust the bracelet by pressing the button on the clasp –no tools needed! It’s but one feature of many that indicate the thoughtfulness that went into the design of this Ingenieur. Flip over the Swiss movements super clone watches and you’ll see a Mercedes Formula One car engraved on the caseback – this chronograph was designed in conjunction with AMG, the one-time modifier of Mercedes-Benz cars that eventually became the high-performance subsidiary of the German car brand.
Soon after 2013, IWC would again redesign the Ingenieur, stripping away some of the design cues that distinguished it as a Genta original. So if you’re looking for top China replica IWC Ingenieur watches that’s still pure Genta and totally ’70s, with a dash of souped-up specs courtesy of Mercedes-Benz AMG, look no further.