IWC Ingenieur Double Chronograph Titanium: With its split-seconds function, this 45-mm Ingenieur reflects the technical spirit of the collection. The 79420 caliber is based on the Valjoux 7750, years ago, IWC (specifically, Austrian movement developer Richard Habring, who worked there at the time) added the split-seconds mechanism to it and transformed the chronograph caliber more or less to an in-house caliber.
Jaeger-LeCoultre Deep Sea Chronograph Cermet: This is a very good-looking, 44 mm chronograph powered by Jaeger-LeCoultre’s manufacture Caliber 758. The very light aluminum case is protected with an ultra-thin “Cermet” ceramic bezel.
Longines HydroConquest Chronograph: Possibly the best price ever offered for such impeccable quality. Longines Caliber L688 is a modified version of the Valjoux 7753, equipped with a column wheel and exclusively reserved for Longines. Together with the all over quality of the 41-mm case and bracelet, it makes for a great deal.
Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Dark Side of the Moon: A 44.25-mm ceramic case that is cut out (drilled and milled) from a full ceramic block, with a ceramic bezel and a ceramic dial. It contains Omega’s in-house Caliber 9300, with co-axial escapement and silicon balance spring. For more info on the watch, click here.
Panerai Luminor 1950 Regatta 3 Days Chrono Flyback Titanio: A 47-mm regatta-countdown chronograph in a titanium case… There is not another watch with that complication on the market that is as simple to use. It’s equipped with the in-house caliber 9100/R.