Victorinox

Victorinox Swiss Army Titanium INOX : Watch Review

Victorinox Swiss Army Titanium INOX The Victorinox Swiss Army Titanium INOX is one of the latest versions of the INOX, and quite possibly my favorite so far. I know they have also recently released a forged/molded carbon fiber version, and though I have not seen that one in person, I think I can still safely say my favoritism lies with the titanium. I have quite a few reasons for that, which I wil...

Victorinox Swiss Army Inox Diver

Victorinox Swiss Army INOX Diver Debuting at Basel earlier this year, (along with a few other versions of the INOX), was the Victorinox Swiss Army INOX Diver. This updates the original version with an added dive bezel, and also a bump in size to 45mm. The price has stayed basically the same, so they did not go crazy with a price hike for a few added features and while overall I like the new INOX D...

Victorinox Swiss Army Inox

 Victorinox Swiss Army INOX Victorinox Swiss Army INOX Specifications: 43mm case width 51mm length 13mm thick 21mm lug width 138 grams Ronda 715 quartz movement sapphire crystal rubber strap as reviewed, solid stainless bracelet now an option 200 meters water resistant Price $454 USD This Victorinox Swiss Army INOX was supplied by Firstclasswatches for review. Their price is currently $454 USD, bu...

Victorinox and the New Chrono Classic Ceramic

Victorinox has announced a new model in their Chrono Classic line up which builds on the well-loved platform by adding a scratch resistant ceramic bezel. The new 41 mm Chrono Classic Ceramic can be had with either a standard stainless steel case (black or white dial) or with a gold-tone case and white dial. These nicely sized and attractive quartz-powered chronographs even feature anti-reflective ...

Victorinox Infantry-Vintage-Mechanical-Chronograph

While Watch Report has covered a series of Victorinox watches we have yet to review any of their mechanical chronographs and this is an omission we were excited to remedy when Victorinox announced new additions to the Infantry Vintage line. Fortunately, Victorinox was willing to loan us one of their newest models, the Infantry Vintage Mechanical Chronograph. With the exception of a date function, ...

Victorinox-Original

For those of you that are frequent readers you’ll know we have a soft spot for military styling and a firm belief that some of the best value in the watch market is found well under $1000. We have reviewed a few Victorinox watches in the past so when their hot new Original line started to hit shelves we knew just who to call to get one in for review. The Original is part of the “Active...

Victorinox-Chrono-Classic-XLS-MT

The truly special thing about watches is that there is a watch for every wrist and each individual has slightly different tastes, needs, and expectations when it comes to what they expect to get from their watch. Some buyers, myself included, prefer to wear a dive watch regardless of the fact that it will likely never see more than twenty feet of water. Others prefer something more elegant and sim...

Victorinox-Dive-Master-500M

Victorinox Swiss Army, I have known this brand since I was very young. My Grandmother brought my brothers and I personalized swiss army knives from Victorinox after spending some time in central europe and while I eventually lost that beautiful knife I have another today that is taken out of my desk daily to help with odd jobs. I suppose if I’m honest, I always saw Victorinox as a knife comp...

Victorinox-Classic-XLS-MT

As a former pilot, there are two watches that represent the absolute finest gear for flying: the Omega X-33, and Breitling Aerospace. Both are quartz and analog/digital, and have very different looks. Today's post is about a very similar watch that has a much more reasonable price tag to the...

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