With IWC Guarantee card dated 12 February 2008, operating instructions booklet for Ref. 3227, guarantee/service booklet and polishing cloth. Furthermore accompanied by original fitted black presentation box and outer packaging.
The Ingenieur, affectionately called "Inge" by aficionados of this legendary model, was developed by Albert Pellaton, IWC's technical director responsible for the creation of the firm's first automatic movements, calibres 81 and 85. Calibre 852, the next generation, was the first self-winding movement encased under an anti-magnetic soft-iron core, introduced under the name "Ingenieur" in 1955.
The legendary pawl-winding system has been further improved for the Ingenieur Automatic, Reference 3227, its automatic calibre 80110 movement setting a new benchmark in reliability.