IWC Schaffhausen is a brand rich with wonderful and unique history that just keeps getting better. It seems everything this company does turns to gold. Year after year, the IWC watches unveiled not only recall the past collections with superb craftsmanship and eye to detail, but also do so with visionary glances to the future. Such is the case with the new Ingenieur Double Chronograph Titanium – a watch of masterful precision and engineering now offered in a 45mm titanium case. Housing the 79320 caliber, the watch is the first in the Ingenieur family to sport a split seconds hand mechanism and titanium finish. While this line dates back to 1954-1955, the newest mechanical chronograph self-winding movement offers intermediate timing with the split-seconds hand mechanism, as well as date, and day display, small hacking seconds and black rubber-coated pushbuttons and crown protector. The 29 jewel movement beats at 28,800 vibrations per hour. The rugged piece is equipped with anti-reflective sapphire crystal, rubber straps, black titanium screw-in crown and is water resistant to 12 bar. Even better – it retails for $12,700.