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Victorinox’s I.N.O.X. Carbon Limited Edition Watch Is Built For Firefighters

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May 1, 2019

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Firefighters battle flames, navigate through thick smoke and make their way through crumbling buildings, so their gear needs to be just as bold as they are. Built for firefighters, the Victorinox Swiss Army I.N.O.X. Carbon Limited Edition Watch is no stranger to hellish conditions.

The neon yellow and black 43mm watch is made with a space-tested carbon case that’s scratch-resistant. To continue the survival theme, the timepiece has a handwoven paracord strap with reflective detailing for high visibility and is built to withstand up to 130 extreme endurance homologation tests. The Swiss quartz movement watch also comes with the Rescue Tool multi-purpose folding knife in neon yellow. It comes in an exclusive container with an extra black leather strap made with the same material as firefighter boots, in addition to a paracord key ring. Limited to just 1,200 examples, you can pick up this rugged watch today for $995.

Purchase: $995

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