Ugly on stilts.
The standout design element (more of a giveaway or tell) guaranteed to garner this watch a podium finish at the international cheap-looking watch finals, is the especially clumsy execution of that hideous, oversized bezel. I'd hesitate to call Coin-edged; it appears to be more of a gear--possibly out of '47 Dynaflow transmission? In combination with those equally oversized and clunky-looking pushers, the overall effect is more ships wheel on the Titanic than dress chronograph.
The "art" of coin-edging a bezel (in this example more like finger-painting) isn't new, and there are plenty of examples Ingersoll could have turned to for inspiration. An excellent example recently made an appearance in our own Wrist Check section: the Oris Big Crown. Of course it's unfair to compare the two brands head to head, but I say it's Ingersoll who's forced the issue.
See for yourself:
And of course my usual concerns for the entire range of recent Ingersoll drops apply: merely okay-ish movements (automatics that don't hack), and this quartz movement that oddly doesn't show up in Miyota's own product listings) all masked by overkill, wasteful packaging.
Bottom line: while other Ingersolls aren't the worst watch one might wear, this one could be.