For the first time, IWC uses a movement from the 69000 calibre family in the Ingenieur Chronograph Sport. The IWC-manufactured 69380 calibre uses a bidirectional pawl-winding system to build up a power reserve of 46 hours. The case, with a diameter of 44 millimetres, is made of titanium. The silver-plated dial, black subdials, black hands coated with luminescence as well as blue chronograph hands, create a dial rich in contrasts. As with the first Ingenieur from 1955, this timepiece features a soft-iron inner case for protection against magnetic fields. The lower portion of the case is visible through a sapphire-glass back and emulates the appearance of a brake disc. The imprint “76” commemorates the 76th edition of the Goodwood Members’ Meeting. This fine chronograph is limited to just 176 numbered watches and is fitted with a black calfskin strap featuring blue seams.
Titanium case Diameter 44.3 mm Height 16.3 mm Screw in crown See-through sapphire glass back Water resistance 12 bar
69380 Calibre IWC-manufactured movement Automatic, self-winding 46 hours Power Reserve Frequency 28800.0 vph (4.0 hz) 231 Components 33 Jewels Côtes de Genève, perlage
Chronograph function with hours, minutes and seconds Soft-iron inner case for protection against magnetic fields Day and date display Sapphire glass, convex, antireflective coating on both sides Small hacking seconds Limited to 176 pieces
Silver-plated dial with luminescence
Black calfskin strap Strap width 22 mm