Made to last
Victorinox has a well known and long-lived vision of creating the most robust and durable products you can ever imagine, being cutlery or being watches. What most people recognize about Victorinox is their Swiss Army knife. Such fame comes not by coincidence. Well-based fame is created and forged with time and Victorinox is once again about to show what they’re worthy of. The Victorinox I.N.O.X really is “made to last”.
Being a Victorinox enthusiast I am so pleased about getting to write about their products, but this time they really have thrown me off the chair.
The Victorinox I.N.O.X (French for “stainless steel”) has been run through 130 tests for their creators to be really sure when they say “This is what we want to give our customers”. 30 of these tests are exclusively made to challenge the I.N.O.X in any way possible. For Victorinox it is just as relevant to create a watch that can survive a sandstorm as it can endure a machine wash. Are you thinking about leaving the social world behind to a place with temperatures dropping below -50 degrees? Well heck the I.N.O.X can do that too.
The magic of the Victorinox watches is that they’re so versatile. You can personalize and emphasize the watches as much as you like, but when it’s time to proper the watch for the next generation the work has already been done – from the inside and out.
The 21st century is all about quality and Victorinox watches are all made with the Swiss skill perfection the society back in the 1880’s fell in love with even then.
The I.N.O.X has a 43mm solid steel case, done with the Swiss certainties such as sapphire glass and water resistance down to a depth that most of you will never reach, unless your showerhead provides such a pressure as 200 meters below sea level does.
The Victorinox I.N.O.X comes in a big variation of colours and strap combos. My personal favourite is without a doubt the green dial with the green rubber strap. Who will not recognize a green, sleekly shining beauty on your left wrist? The case comes with a removable bumper in black rubber for you to take on and off whenever you like. Take a look at the Victorinox website for the full run-through.
Full text written by Henrik of Sartorial Living (@sartorialliving) in partner with the Victorinox brand.