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The Strongest INOX yet
INOX Professional Diver Titanium
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Victorinox
INOX Professional Diver Titanium
The Strongest INOX yet
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The Victorinox INOX series contains some of the toughest watches on the planet. Built to take on any task at any time, the INOX series is taking another leap in the realm of tough watches. The INOX Diver Titanium is that next evolution and takes everything that was mind-blowing about the INOX and kicks it up a notch. 

There isn’t a single thing the INOX Diver Titanium isn’t ready for. It is ISO 6425 certified as a diver watch with a Swiss-made quartz movement, anti-magnetism, and 200 meters of water resistance.  You’ll notice the strap is built just as tough. It is made of a handwoven survival paracord strap that can fit over a wetsuit. Just like their Swiss Army Knives, the INOX Diver Titanium has all the right tools.

The INOX Diver Titanium is the only Swiss watch to be certified in 130 extreme endurance homologation tests. Victorinox has taken this watch to the extreme to ensure it is built to last on your wrist. The 45mm titanium case is lightweight despite the larger diameter. The dial features yellow and black accents, highlighting the INOX Diver Titanium’s antimagnetic properties. No matter what your next adventure is, the INOX Diver Titanium is up to the task, and then some.

  • Case: Titanium
  • Dial: Black
  • Movement: Analog Quartz
  • Lens: Sapphire Crystal
  • Strap: Paracord
  • Water Res.: 200M
  • Case Diameter: 45mm
  • Length: 
  • Thickness: 15mm
  • Lug Width: 23mm
  • SKU: 241812
  • Warranty: 5 years
About Victorinox

Victorinox is the brand behind the iconic “Swiss Army Knife”. They’re a household name, and for good reason. Founded in the late 1800’s, the brand got their start supplying knives to the Swiss Army (...so that’s where they got the name from). Nearly 100 years later in the late 1980’s, Victorinox developed their lineup of watches. With a focus on quality and durability, it was their goal to channel the spirit of their classic multi tools and use their experience in working with metal and mechanics to create a line of watches.