Each step on the I.N.O.X. path offers fresh proof that endurance is the ticket to achievement. Adding a metal bracelet to the I.N.O.X. Professional Diver presents the latest waterproof evidence. Exposure to 500,000 vibration cycles, traction of 200 Newtons and 5,000 torsion cycles are just a few examples of what the attachment’s dedicated homologation process involved. Ingenious construction and carefully considered aesthetics join forces to enable distinctive quality and functionality. It has a folding buckle with an extension element so that the watch fits safely over a diving suit. For Victorinox Swiss Army, intrepidity is not something that can be diluted.
The new buddies of course passed all of the 130 stringent diving-focused tests that the I.N.O.X. Professional Diver range already had under its belt to authenticate its durability. Knowing wearers of its I.N.O.X. Professional Diver often dive into the unknown made the Swiss manufacturer all the more determined to provide equipment they can trust, implicitly. The testing portfolio therefore included specific safety criteria such as visibility in darkness, anti-magnetism and extreme resilience. Luminescent hands and hour markers facilitate readability in challenging environments. A luminescent dot on the second hand confirms functionality at a glance.
Additional protection comes from a detachable, transparent “jelly fish” bumper that also helps maintain a defined bezel position while diving. It incorporates a magnifying effect for good visibility and as an appealing reminder of diving watches of days gone by with their domed crystals. True to the I.N.O.X. credo of setting new watchmaking standards, these divers’ watches achieve water resistance to 200 meters, double that stipulated by the ISO 6425 regulation. They make their mark above and below sea level. Indelibly.