The Victorinox Swiss Army I.N.O.X. is a great looking piece that can handle anything you throw at it – or throw it at.
Victorinox tied an INOX to a helium balloon floating 10 meters into the air. They engaged the laws of gravity by shooting an arrow at the balloon, forcing the watch to smash into the concrete floor below. Still ticking.
They froze the INOX in a block of ice, then used torches to melt the ice. The watch was faced with extreme hot and cold temperatures without any time for adjustment. Still ticking.
Next, an INOX was strapped to a bobsleigh rail and sent down an Olympic course to test it’s resistance to vibrations. Still ticking.
Victorinox did 130 of these crazy tests, but most notable was the one where they ran a 64 ton tank over an INOX. You guessed it, still ticking.
Name: Victorinox Swiss Army INOX
Reference Number: 241683
Music: “Late Nights” – Saboteur