If you are in the market looking for a piece of fine watch, then you might want to take a look at the new Ingenieur Double Chronograph Titanium from IWC Schaffhausen. It’s for the man who like to live life to the fullest,; a watch that is constructed to the highest quality, a masterpiece that marries fine art and sophisticated engineering.

This new addition to the legendary watch family is a real eye-catcher,  sporting an extremely masculine presence. It is also the first watch from the IWC  family with a rattrapante (aka a split-seconds hand). A split-seconds-hand or double chronograph signifies a technical extension to the chronograph mechanism, allowing measurement of two different times in a single one-minute period. Achievement of this function represents the distillation of great watchmaking experience.

If the split-seconds-hand mechanism has not already ‘wowed’ you, then note that this masculine timepiece is also one of IWC’s toughest models. Made with titanium – a very exclusive and expensive material that is 43 per cent lighter than steel, yet stands out for its total corrosion resistance and low thermal and electric conductivity. With its unique color, the titanium reinforces the look and masculine character of the Ingenieur Double Chronograph Titanium.

The IWC Ingenieur Double Chronograph Titanium retails in Singapore at SGD17,500.

Source: IWC Schaffhausen