Ingersoll Caliber 619

Ingersoll Caliber 619

Ingersoll Caliber 619

Brand Ingersoll
Caliber Number IN 619
Movement Type Automatic
Jewels 21
Power Reserve 30 hours
Vibrations Per Hour 21,600 bph
Hacking? Yes
Hand-Windable? Yes
Features Hours, minutes, central seconds, date between 4:00 and 5:00, day of the week at 9:00, month at 3:00
Country of Manufacture China
Known Models Pullmann IN1821CH, Richmond IN1809CH

The Ingersoll caliber IN 619 automatic watch movement is a Chinese-made movement with 21 jewels.

Accuracy

Ingersoll watches claims this movement should stay accurate between -30 to +30 seconds per day when worn under normal conditions.

From the Ingersoll Manual:

“Automatic watches can be used only by those who are reasonably active as the automatic winding relies on a regular movement of the wrist. The watch must be given an initial manual wind of 8 to 10 turns and provided that it is worn on the wrist for a minimum of 8 hours each day it will continue to function indefinitely and may be taken off the wrist for a maximum period of 30 hours. If this period is exceeded the movement will stop and another manual wind will be necessary. It must be remembered that when worn in bed the movement of the wrist is insufficient to operate the automatic winding.”

How to Set the Calendar:

Do not set the day & date between 06.00 PM and 06.00 AM, as this may cause damage to the movement. At the end of the each month the date is required to be changed manually.

1) To achieve an accurate day of the week setting, press button A until a day prior to the day you require is achieve i.e. if today is Wednesday then set in onto Tuesday.

2) To achieve and accurate date setting pull the crown out to first position and turn the crown anti-clockwise until a date prior to the date you required is achieved i.e. if today is the 16th then set it onto the 15th

3) Press button B to set the correct month.

Instructions for Time Setting

1) Pull the crown out to Second Position and turn the crown clockwise until the day of the week is correct. The day and date will now be corrected, now set the time but make sure the time is set onto AM or PM.

2) Finally push the crown back into normal position.

Ingersoll Caliber 619 Movement

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Old Timer
Old Timer
2 years ago

What connection has this Chinese watch with the historic Ingersoll company to justify the “since 1892” slogan?

Letsbereal
Letsbereal
2 years ago
Reply to  Old Timer

The same connection that all the Swiss and other watch companies have to their “since XXXX” slogans…. zero. All these brands are bought and sold over the years.

Ryan
Ryan
2 years ago

My ingersoll has currently stopped working how do I get it to start working again, when I wind the watch I can’t hear it winding?

Brett
Brett
2 years ago
Reply to  Ryan

Is your watch running at all? For example, when you wind it via wearing or shaking the rotor, does it run?

Ryan
Ryan
2 years ago
Reply to  Brett

When I wind the dial, none of the internals of the watch move

Brett
Brett
2 years ago
Reply to  Ryan

Did you mean to say when you wind the crown? What happens when you shake the watch to wind the rotor? shake it 50-100 times to get the rotor winding and see if it works like that. These questions are trying to help you figure out the problem.

Ryan
Ryan
2 years ago
Reply to  Brett

Yeah my error I meant the crown, just shook the watch at it’s still not doing anything

Brett
Brett
2 years ago
Reply to  Ryan

Sounds like possible the mainspring broke if you can’t wind it and you can’t get it running from shaking it around.

Ryan
Ryan
2 years ago
Reply to  Brett

Will it be something that I can get sorted at a watch shop? Or do I have to go to ingersoll them self, only had the watch 4 months

HoustonReal
HoustonReal
2 years ago

Looks like the base caliber is the Sea-Gull ST1654-4.5/TY2869, choosing to cover over the Day/Night 6H complication.

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Seagull Caliber St19

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