Victorinox I.N.O.X V Grey Paracord Silver Stainless Steel Quartz Ladies Watch 241771
Victorinox I.N.O.X V Grey Paracord Silver Stainless Steel Quartz Ladies Watch 241771 This Victorinox I.N.O.X V Grey Paracord Silver Stainless Steel Quartz Ladies Watch 241771 is built for any adventure you may embark on. A sleek grey dial is complimented by silver stainless steel indexes and hands, of which are powered by a powerful RONDA 715 quartz movement. At the 12 o’clock position is the tough Victorinox logo to provide the timepiece with authenticity. Surrounding the dial is a polished silver stainless steel case with scratch resistant sapphire glass to further big up the resiliance of the watch. Finally, a grey uniquely woven paracord strap can be fastened using a standard buckle. This watch has a water resistance of 200 metres, making it suitable for swimming and diving. Key Features: I.N.O.X V Grey Uniquely Woven Paracord Strap Silver Stainless Steel Case Quartz Movement 200m Water Resistant Analogue Display RONDA 715 37mm Case Sapphire Crystal Glass The Family: I.N.O.X This collection is engineered to endure a truely adventurous life. These watches can handle extreme conditions such as a 10 metre fall, being driven over by a tank or a dive to 200 metres. Nothing quite beats the durable and versatile I.N.O.X collection. The Brand: Victorinox Victorinox Swiss Army is defined by the spirit of innovation and sustainability. Responsibly meeting the needs of the present – and ensuring that future generations will be able to meet theirs – requires innovative thinking of an unprecedented scale. Robustness, durability and quality are the key requests. The brand first came to fruition in 1884 when Karl Elsener opened a cutlery workshop in Ibach, with the support of his mother Victoria. The union is founded with the company supplying soldiers knives, which would later be famously known as the Swiss army knife. Following the death of his mother the brand became known as Victorinox, combining his mothers name and the word ‘inox’, an abbreviation for the French word inoxydable or stainless. In 1989 the brand first launched its first watch collection produced in Biel, Switzerland. Today, the brand is built upon four key values; quality, functionality, innovation & iconic design.