International Watch Co., or IWC, was established by an American engineer from Boston, Forentine Ariosto Jones, in the year 1868. Headquartered in Schaffhausen, north-east Switzerland, with unmistakable originals of chronometry, including the first "Grande Complication" for the wrist, the super-antimagnetic "Ingenieur", the diver's watches, which are capable of withstanding water pressure down to a depth of 2000 metres, and the professional Pilot's watches. IWC was acquired by Richemont SA in 2000.
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