The Victorinox introduces something new to the best-selling I.N.O.X. Steel. The clock, which was known for your quality and high resistance, never seen in the watchmaking industry, now is also available with the dial in warm gray color. Made of stainless steel, has elegant design and robust, that pays tribute to the history and to the know-how of the company, with features that are the DNA of the brand, as authenticity, strength, quality, strength, innovation and unique design.
The model stands out for the bracelet, which supports 500,000 vibration cycles without being damaged, ten times more than a standard strap can support. The watch also features mechanical tolerance falls of up to 10 metres on a concrete surface and resists a constant hydraulic pressure of up to 8 tons. And, to give unique finish the piece, Victorinox has developed a unique clasp, which stands out on the bracelet.
These results were only possible by combining the many aesthetic and technical details with the 130 stress tests applied by Switzerland, traditional fashion house to develop high-quality products.
The accessory has stainless steel box 43 mm, with scratch-resistant Sapphire Crystal with anti-glare treatment and Triple Crown threads. Has Swiss Made quartz movement Ronda 715 and is water-resistant to 200 meters (20 atm, or 660 feet). In addition, all models of I.N.O.X. resistant come with a silicone protector, which preserves the watch case and change the look, making it a key piece, to be used in everyday life or in any occasion.
In 1884, Karl Elsener founded, in a town near the Swiss Alps, Victorinox, a cutlery workshop to produce knives. The name of the new company emerged from the junction of the nameVictoria, mother of the founder, and stainless steel, in reference to the stainless steel used on the blades and accessories of the knives, which were initially created for the exclusive use of the Swiss Army soldiers. The idea of offering a compact product and firm, with various functions combined into a single tool, revolutionized the market and became a legend.
Since then, the brand stands for excellence in multifunctionality and innovation of its products. Today the company is run by the fourth generation of the family, with Carl Elsener Jr. in front of the business, and offers consumers six lines of products: Pocket knives, watches, cutlery, bags, perfume and clothes. Victorinox is known by millions of people around the world, who associate the brand typical Swiss values such as the quality, functionality and iconic design.