Victorinox I.N.O.X. Mechanical: Resilient, modern, relevant
Since the launch of the first I.N.O.X. in 2014, its mechanical version has been eagerly anticipated. Finally, the Victorinox I.N.O.X. Mechanical has landed.
The original I.N.O.X. collection is so exceptional that it needed a robust calibre addition. The delicate nature of automatic movements required Victorinox to pursue further research and development in order to bring the mechanical model to life. The I.N.O.X Mechanical sports a Swiss-made ETA 2824-2 automatic movement.
At first sight, nothing distinguishes the quartz model from its mechanical version. Both models are identical in style, proportions, and features, including the three hands and date. However, a transparent back case show the mechanism behind the mechanical model. The guilloche dial, in the style of the Swiss officer’s Knife, is what makes the design stand out. It also features a date calendar at the 4:30 mark.
The 43mm stainless steel case comes with the I.N.O.X. signature bezel that has been coated to make it even more resistant to wear and tear, keeping the shine intact for a longer time. Aside from being scratch-resistant, this timepiece is also water-resistant up to 200m.
In addition, the I.N.O.X. comes in brushed and polished stainless steel bracelet or in a unique, first-of-its-kind, wooden strap. Strong and durable, the wooden strap is crafted onto a leather base. This perfect innovation that fits well with Victorinox’s environmental commitments.