The Most Popular Ingersoll Watches

 The most popular Ingersoll watches are popular for good reason. Stylish, functional, and packed with useful features, any watch from this collection is a sure win.  Choose from classic styles, sports watches or trendy Ingersoll watches. 

Ingersoll originally came from a mail-order business (R H Ingersoll & Bro) and started in New York City in 1882. It didn’t sell watches immediately. Rather what they have are rubber stamps and other similar low-cost products. However, 21-year old Robert Hawley Ingersoll and his brother Charles Henry recognized the need for an inexpensive watch. In 1896, Ingersoll introduced the Yankee, at the price of $1 each. This was the cheapest watch at the time and was coined as the dollar watch. In the 1930s, the company, then called Ingersoll-Waterbury, manufactured the first Mickey Mouse watches and sold more than five million pieces in its first 15 years of production. Currently, Zeon Watches, a British subsidiary of the Chinese company Herald Group owns the Ingersoll brand.

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