Victorinox Swiss Army Original Watch

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

Since 1891, Victorinox has been the main supplier of multi-purpose knives to the Swiss army, and in the hundred plus years since then, the brand has gone on to become the biggest manufacturer of pocket knives in the entire world. The brand also makes other products, and in 1989 decided to make their very first wrist watch. Now they have re-released the classic watch in limited quantities celebrating the timepiece’s 20th anniversary.

The Victorinox Swiss Army Original Watch was made in Switzerland of course, and features a nylon fiber case paired with aluminum bezel, and 3-piece genuine leather strap. The water resistant watch (100 meters) is limited to just 1,989 units, celebrating the inception of the watch. [Purchase]

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