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IWC Ingenieur Automatic Replica

It is of course impossible to answer that question, however Monochrome did take a closer look at the IWC Ingenieur Automatic replica and gave it some serious wrist-time. We cannot predict if it will ever become a classic like its ancestor from the 1970¡¯s, but we can check if all ingredients are present. The new Ingenieur Automatic is smaller and thinner than any other Ingenieur, well, smaller and thinner than any Ingenieur since the classic SL ref. 1832 designed by Genta. And it wears accordingly, super comfortable.

Now back to the watch at hand, the newly introduced ref. 3239 Ingenieur Automatic. When looking at the specifications, the rather modest dimensions immediately caught our attention. While the entire industry, including IWC, introduce watches of, ahum, ¡®impressive¡¯ dimensions (we could also call ¡¯em humongous, but we here at Monochrome feel that for certain watches a large size really suits), a steel sports watch of 40mm in diameter and with a height of just 10mm really stands out from the crowd. It¡¯s actually a brilliant move from IWC, filling in the gap below the Audemars Piguet Royal and and Patek Philippe Nautilus. While the AP Royal Oak ref. 15400 starts around $ 17,000 USD, this Ingenieur has a retail price of $ 6,600 USD. That¡¯s what we call a brilliant move.

The new Ingenieur has all the ¡°luxury sports watch¡± properties and Genta-DNA that we¡¯d like to see in such a watch: a pleasant case size, a very comfortable bracelet, which is really superbly finished, and a legacy. The new iwc ingenieur automatic carbon performance replica comes in three different flavors: a black dial (ref. 323902), a silver/white dial with steel indexes and hands (ref. 323904) and a silver/white dial with gold indexes and hands (ref. 323906).

The Ingenieur Automatic replica is indeed anti-magnetic, and that's a great thing. The watch wears very, very well, on the integrated IWC bracelet. Inside this watch is an ETA 2892, which we're sure will turn off a few people, but it's really not a big deal. The reason we say that is this: IWC doesn't make an in-house movement that can fit into a 40mm case. Think about it. The smallest watch IWC makes with an in-house movement is the 42.3mm Portuguese Automatic and that retails for over $12,000. Also, some of the very best IWC watches ever made housed ETA and Valjoux movements (think the Pilot's chronograph 3705). Because IWC chose to use an ETA movement here, the price is about half of what it would be if they had used one of their own calibers - $6600. Would you rather have the purist's Ingenieur be larger, less wearable, and more expensive (but in-house) or the right size and at a price point that is approachable? Also, the anti-magnetic cage, case and bracelet work on this watch do the price justice.