Victorinox I.N.O.X. Titanium Sky High Limited Edition Watch

Aug 7, 2017

Category: Gear

Victorinox’s line of I.N.O.X. watches are incredibly tough. They even ran one over with a tank and it continued to function. So, there’s not a whole lot there to improve upon. Still, the legendary brand managed it with their new Titanium Sky High Limited Edition.

Not only does this watch come with all the normal I.N.O.X. perks, but they’ve been improved upon. For instance, the Naimakka paracord band on this one is made from Technora – a fiber 8x stronger than steel that’s used in the space industry. It also has a super light, but super rugged titanium case, which also happens to be hypoallergenic. Frankly, the watch would be miraculous on its own, but Victorinox took it a step further – including with it a secondary rubber strap, a paracord keyring, a protection bumper, and a NASA-issued astronaut Swiss Army Knife done up in striking white. But only 2,000 of these sets will ever be made, so you’d better act quick. Each set sells for $850.

Purchase: $850

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