The new Ingenier Double Chronograph Titanium from IWC, as the name suggests comes with double chronograph. It is a fine example of precision engineering. Its technical complexity puts it in a class apart. This luxurious timepiece is as durable as it is luxurious and deserves to be labeled the ultimate accessory for men. If you are listing the best watches for men, the Ingenier Double Chronograph Titanium will come right at the top. The double chronograph is called a rattrapante in the technical jargon and provides the timepiece a split seconds hand.
This striking feature makes the titanium watch technically complex and enables it to measure two different times in a single one-minute period. There are two central stopwatch hands in the watch. When the chronograph is switched on by one push of the button both the stop watch hands start moving simultaneously. Since both the hands are placed right on top of one another the second chronograph hand is not immediately visible but allows the user the option of a repeat time measurement in a one-minute period.
The watch is housed in a sleek titanium case. There are five screw heads on the bezel and the dial has strong blue accents. The watch is relatively light at 130gms. The original design of this model was conceived by late Gerald Genta and fits in beautifully with IWC’s Schaffhausen series of watches. The self winding watch comes with a mechanical chronograph movement. The watch with 29 jewels has a power reserve for 44 hours. The black dial watch comes with white and blue hands and markers. The black rubber strap has pin buckle made from titanium.