The Perfect Watch: I.N.O.X. by Victorinox
I know, I know. You’re up to your eyeballs in holiday gift guides and must-buys, I know. But just hear me out. This watch is amazing. Like. For real.
The I.N.O.X watch should definitely be on your holiday shopping list for that special man in your life. If said man is anything like the men in my life, you need a watch that can take a beating, and the I.N.O.X. can do that and more.
Victorinox Swiss Army has put it through an intensive battery of 130 tests to demonstrate its exceptional resistance, among them 30 exclusively designed tests to certify I.N.O.X. as a timepiece “made to last”. I.N.O.X. can, for example, withstand a 10-meter drop onto a concrete surface, have a 64-ton tank drive over it, and resists two hours in a washing machine as well as a sandstorm.
And that’s not all. The I.N.O.X is guaranteed a perfect seal underwater to a depth of 200 meters. This flawless apparatus is able to persevere free falling from thirty feet, and survive pretty much anything and everything.
It’s also super trendy. I love the big bulkiness of the face. What do you think?
I.N.O.X, meaning stainless steel in French, has earned the badge and right to call itself a ‘made to last’ timepiece. The sleek design and flawless cut is every bit of eye catching, and a conversation starter. Distinctly sculpted the I.N.O.X was designed to turn heads and is made of solid steel.
The I.N.O.X comes in black, green khaki, and navy blue. All models are equipped with a Swiss made Ronda quartz movement. Proving to be better with time, Swiss Army is celebrating it’s 130th anniversary, and soaring in creating perfection. The I.N.O.X is the ‘perfect companion’ for you or that special someone in your life.
Disclaimer: I partnered with the brand to write this article but every word is mine
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