Victorinox’s Indestructible Watch Now Has A Swiss Auto Movement

Oct 28, 2019

Category: Gear

For those who are unfamiliar, Victorinox’s I.N.O.X. Carbon watch is practically indestructible. In fact, they even ran it over with a tank to prove how tough it is. Now, this lauded timepiece is about to get even more drool-worthy thanks to a Swiss automatic movement.

Previously only available with a quartz movement, this aptly-named upgrade — called the I.N.O.X. Carbon Mechanical — is now equipped with a Sellita SW200 movement with a 38-hour power reserve. And since you’ll want to show off that Swiss precision, it also comes with a titanium exhibition caseback so you can behold its mechanical mastery at all times. As if that wasn’t enough, each sale also includes a protective black bumper, a Spartan PS Swiss Army Knife, and specialized packaging. This magnificent timepiece can be yours now for $1,150.

Purchase: $1,150

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