IWC | Ingenieur Collection

Vintage Chronograph Alarm Black Dial 1990's

This Ingenieur Chronograph Alarm Is iN Pristine Condition For A Second-Hand Watch With No Cosmetic Damage. It Deserves A 9.0 Out 10.0 Rating On The Condition With 10.0 Being A New Watch. According To The Serial Number, This Watch Was Manufactured Between The Year 1990 And 1993. 

The Majority Of The Case Is Brush Finished Stainless Steel With A Solid Case Back. The Push Buttons For The Chronograph Function Are On The Right Side With The Crown iN Between. The Crown On The Left Side Of The Case Is Used To Adjust The Alarm Function. 

Displaying The Functions Of The Watch is A Black Dial With Arabic Numeral Hour Markers. This T-Swiss Dial Has Patina Colored Quarter-Hour Markers Which Give It A Unique Look. Featured On The Dial Is A Date Aperture (Between 4 O'Clock And 5 O'Clock), A Sub-Seconds Sub-Dial (6 O'Clock), A 30-Minute Counter Sub-Dial (9 O'Clock) And Lastly A 12-Hour Counter Sub-Dial (3 O'Clock).

Currently Mounted On The Watch Is An IWC Stainless Steel Bracelet Which Is Attached To An IWC Stainless Steel Folding Clasp.

The IW3805 Is Powered By A Meca-Quartz Movement, Which Is Not Just An Ordinary Quartz Movement. A Battery Powers The Base Motor While The Chronograph Is Powered Mechanically. Jaeger-LeCoultre Developed The Caliber 633 Movement And It Has Become A Heavily Desired Movement To Acquire. 

A Full One Year Warranty And Certificate Of Authenticity Will Be Issued By Element iN Time NYC. 

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