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About Ingersoll

Back in 1892, brothers Robert and Charles Ingersoll founded one of the first American watch factories. Taking a page from Henry Ford’s book, they set up an automated production line, which allowed them to sell their timepieces for a remarkably low cost while maintaining accuracy. In the years that followed, Ingersoll developed quite the following, counting everyone from Mark Twain and Thomas Edison to Marilyn Monroe and, according to rumor, James Dean. (They also happened to make a run of wildly popular watches featuring a particular cartoon mouse.) Ownership of the brand is now in British hands, and Ingersoll’s wares have taken on a more sophisticated look for the modern age, but the values of reasonable cost and unerring accuracy still remain at the very core of the brand.

Past Sales Featuring Ingersoll

Sale Ended May 10, 2013

Final Few

Once in a while, we wind up with some great items that haven't found their way to a good home (read: yours). It’s tragic, we know. But there’s a silver lining — we've put all our stylish leftovers in one place for easy browsing (and picking). We’ve only got a few of each item in stock, so move fast before we run out.

Sale Ended May 28, 2012

Summer Watches Mobile Exclusive

This mobile-exclusive sale has everything you need to keep time with style this summer. From burly divers to sleek dress watches, we’ve got it all. So get moving, and stock up on picks from Tsovet, Ingersoll, Triwa, and more.

Sale Ended July 08, 2012

Accessories

Sale Ended August 09, 2013

Watches Feat. Porsamo Bleu - 8/7/2013

A timepiece is an investment you can wear and wearing one is a sign that you’re serious about classic style. This selection includes a wide array of timeless and well-priced options, from stainless and gold multi-functions to classic analogs.