INTRODUCING: The Victorinox Swiss Army I.N.O.X. on steel


Victorinox Swiss Army has come out swinging with the latest update to its popular I.N.O.X. Designed and built for adventure, the watch has always had the reliability, durability and strength to mix it with the most hardcore of explorers, but it’s now even tougher than before, thanks to a new stainless steel bracelet option. Ever since its launch, the I.N.O.X. has been well known as being strong as an ox. Forget the usual straightforward (read: boring) tests that watches undergo. Instead, this one can boast being run over by a 64-ton tank, a 10m drop, an ocean plunge to a depth of 200m and two hours in a washing machine at 90 degrees – and come out telling the time like nothing happened. This uncompromising structural integrity is due to a combination of clever elements that form a clean and solid design, with a bezel reminiscent of Gerald Genta’s classic octagonal cases. The case itself is a single 43mm piece of steel. The anti-reflective, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal is slightly recessed to protect it from head-on impacts, while the hour indices are stamped on the dial rather than applied, meaning strong impacts won’t dislodge them. And if that’s not enough for you?… Read More