New Victorinox Swiss Army I.N.O.X Watch Challenging Limits
Ladies, think of this one as an early Christmas gift for your boo [guys, you're welcome]; brought to you and sponsored by Victorinox Swiss Army, the 130-year old family owned company and makers of the infamous Swiss Amy Knives, who produces some of the best cutlery, timepieces, travel gears, fashion and fragrances.
So how many watches do you know that can survive a sandstorm, get run over by a tank on concrete, blasted by corrosive liquids, resist up to 200m/660ft of water, plus 126 more grueling tests and still look as stylish as it is rugged?
If you are in the market for a ultra-sexy timepiece that is worth the investment and can survive just about anything for that boo of yours. Then look no further! In celebration of Victorinox's 130th anniversary, they have created the Victorinox Swiss Army I.N.O.X. Watch that is built to echo the unique values of the Swiss Army knife - authentic, robust and reliable. A timepiece that pays tribute to Victorinox history, and is 'made to last.' Hell, some of you may need to include a prenuptial agreement just for the watch. And for some men the I.N.O.X. may be their only companion for life.
The name Inox is the French term for stainless steel, and its namesake the INOX watch will now take its place as the leader in timepieces that are rugged and durable while elegantly stylish. The Victorinox Swiss Army I.N.O.X. watch is made from solid steel, with the dial a single sealed piece and comes in three color options - black, khaki green, and navy blue. The slightly elevated bezel is covered with sapphire crystal, and they even have the added protection (as if they really need it) of a nylon silicone bumper protector. Retailing at $525, the I.N.O.X. watch uses Swiss-made Rhonda quartz movements as an extension of their durable nature.
Hubby will love me for this one, come Christmas.
Thanks to Victorinox for partnering with me and sponsoring this post.