One of America's Oldest Watchmakers
Mark Twain, Thomas Edison, and Sir Alan Cobham all used Ingersoll watches and fell under the spell of these classic timepieces. It is said that Sir Alan Cobham used an Ingersoll watch to keep time over his 1928 flight over Africa because he trusted it over his plane's own instruments. Even Mahatma Gandhi would sit at the ashram with his Ingersoll watch propped in front of him. Join this rank of extraordinary gentleman and pick up an Ingersoll timepiece; they've been classics since 1892.
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