Victorinox Night Vision Watch - Wrist Style for the GQ Guy
Even though we have yet to celebrate Thanksgiving and the Christmas Holidays are some ways off, we never seem to have enough time to get through the holiday checklist. So over here at NLL we have gone into full holiday mode to help you save time and energy while scoring the perfect gifts to make gift giving and receiving a lot bearable. Today I bring you a smart, fabulously stylish and exquisite discovery sponsored by Victorinox Army Swiss – the Night Vision Watch ($695).
Victorinox the masters of elegantly packaging multiple functions into one tool, is better known for their versatile Swiss knives and have since been making timekeepers that are not only stylish but are tough with added secondary functions. So naturally, the newly updated Night Vision watch mirrors the versatility and functionality of the Victorinox Swiss knife and brand.
Victorinox Swiss Army Night Vision watch is one of the bestselling innovation in the brand’s lineup. It is built with a sapphire-crystal face with anti-reflective treatment, which is scratch resistant and now offers the choice of two new bracelets – the steel PVD “Black Ice” bracelet and black leather strap. Night Vision is a Swiss-styled chameleon… a sleek and elegant stainless steel watch by day and a stealthy and clever illuminator by night.
The watch appears deceptively simple but a quick press of a button can access six exclusive and very useful lighting functions. A technology that quickly brings to mind Batman or better yet James Bond.
6 Module Cutting Edge Functions of the Night Vision Watch
- Dial illumination mode
- Extended light mode (flashlight)
- Strobe light mode
- SOS signal mode
- Location mode
- Low battery indicator
As you can see it’s made to navigate the night. It illuminates in three colors… the dial in blue LED, red LED for locator and battery indicator, and white LED for flashlight and strobe mode. The avant-garde tool has a luminescent hour and minute hands, and a red-tipped second hand. This work of art like the INOX watch and other Swiss Army watches, uses Ronda quartz movement, reads in military time, and also features a date window at 6 o’clock.
The Night vision was originally launched back in 2003, but was redesigned this year into a sleeker and more polished version… making it a perfect chic style option for the GQ guy.
Check out the Night Vision watch in all its glorious form in the video below.
Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Victorinox Army Swiss, however all opinions are my own.