Victorinox I.N.O.X. Carbon

Apr 5, 2018

Category: Gear

When we first heard of the I.N.O.X. watch (the one that can survive being run over by a tank), we were reasonably floored. After all, it’s the only Swiss watch in existence to have made it through 130 extreme endurance tests. We couldn’t have possibly imagined how it could be improved. Victorinox has managed it, however, with their new I.N.O.X. Carbon Limited Edition watch.

Featuring the same space-tested scratch-resistant carbon fiber case as on the standard edition, this version comes with both a rubber strap and one made from paracord (an excellent survivalist tool). On top of that, this edition includes an exclusive bumper that houses a removable USB rechargeable flashlight – another excellent EDC tool. Only 1,200 examples of the exceptional wearable timepiece will ever be made, each of which comes in its own shockproof case alongside a Spartan model Swiss Army Knife, and they sell for $995 a piece.

Purchase: $995

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