The IWC Ingenieur Replica Watch was introduced in 1954-55 under the references 666A and 666AD. It featured the calibre 852 or calibre 8521, both created under the direction of Albert Pellaton, who was IWC’s Technical Director since 1944 – famous for the creation of the Pellaton winding system.
The Fake Watches movement was protected by a soft iron cage – the dial, the movement’s ring and the caseback cover created a protection against magnetic fields up to 80,000 amperes per meter.The watch is finally fitted with its original Fixoflex bracelet, even though worn on a leather strap on the photos. For the rest, the watch remains identical to a regular production version of the Ingenieur 666A, with the same polished and brushed case, highly domed plexiglass on top of the dial and the Functional Copy Watches calibre 852 with Pellaton winding system ticking inside the watch.
The Replica Watch is still accompanied with its original documents, attesting a delivery date on June 16th, 1965 – with matching numbers between the lugs and on papers. Also included in the documentation is a letter from the retailer, which explains all the differences included on this watch. Interesting is that even the envelope with its original stamp has been retained and all the dates are coherent.
IWC Fake Watches type Ingenieur 666A, with an all white dial without any signs, other than the IWC logo and the name Ingenieur, no second hand and with extra black heavy hands and fitted with a steel Fixoflex bracelet“.