Given the sales success of the INOX (aka I.N.O.X.) watch collection, Victorinox Swiss Armyadded more models to the durable, decent-looking sport watch family for 2016. In addition to the slightly larger Victorinox Swiss Army INOX Professional Diver (hands-on here) and additional strap/bracelet options, the INOX now comes in a titanium versus steel case.
Let’s just get the irony out of the way first. What irony, you ask? Well in French, inox is used to refer to stainless steel (inoxydable). It makes sense for the watch collection that is otherwise produced out of grade 316L stainless steel, but is it just weird when they then release a titanium model in that same collection? Yes it is, but only for snobs like us who know that inox means steel. Though, that is easy to disregard for one of our favorite analog quartz sport watches that now benefits from a lighter case in a new sand-blasted finish.
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