A piece of paper, which states “Forged To Resist,” accompanies the INOX watch when you unbox it. This addresses its apparent capability of withstanding the harshest conditions. For example, it can resist sulfurate acid, withstand a 8-ton tank roll by, survive exposure to flame for more than 1 minute at +1200 degrees celsius, and preserve through a dead man’s drop fall of 10m onto a concrete service – not that any of these circumstances are likely to happen. It’s just good to know how strong the watch is and that it is made to be beat on.
A ton of time, research and development has gone into the INOX watch. The links below have been added to show you some of the tests the company has recorded in order to demonstrate just how strong the watch can be when faced with intense physical impact.
- Here’s a 1:21 length video that test the 10m watch drop from a balloon shot through with an arrow. WATCH
- Temperature Shock Resistance video, WATCH
- 8 Ton Pressure Resistance video, WATCH
- Stainless steel case with a black rubber strap
- Fixed stainless steel bezel
- Black dial with index hour markers
- Minute markers around the outer rim
- Dial Type: Analog
- Luminescent hands and markers
- Scratch resistant sapphire crystal
- Case Diameter: 43mm
- Water resistant at 200 meters/660 feet
- Screw down crown
The Victorinox Swiss Army Inox was released late last year during a huge PR event which celebrated 130 years of being in business for Victorinox. During that time, the company has continuously set its vision on creating products people love, just like the INOX. It’s not easy to take reliable and resourceful products to market that consumers will trust and use, so the reputation has been well earned.