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Victorinox I.N.O.X: The Superior Survivalist 

Not all timepieces are created equal. The Victorinox I.N.O.X. Collection proves exactly that with its outstanding performance. They are not just one of the most durable Victorinox watches, but they are also some of the most reliable timekeepers that can be found on the market. The I.N.O.X. can handle various extreme conditions, from the arctic to the savannas. This collection is perfect for any adventurer who needs a watch that can keep up with them and the demanding world out there.

This collection features not only quartz movements but also mechanical calibers — both Swiss-made. Each watch is made from durable materials such as titanium, carbon composite, and 316L stainless steel. You can take them anywhere from the highest mountains to the deepest seas. Watches from this collection offer up to 200 meters or 660 feet of water resistance.

Reasons to Buy Victorinox I.N.O.X. Watches

When Victorinox launched the I.N.O.X. collection, they boasted that each watch undergoes a series of 130 tests to ensure its endurance and durability in extreme conditions. True to their promise, the I.N.O.X. watches all prove to be extremely reliable no matter the conditions they are in. If this does not convince you yet, then here are a few more reasons why you definitely need a Victorinox I.N.O.X. watch in your collection today.

  • 1. It comes with bold designs that utilize unexpected, vibrant colors such as yellow, green, and red.
  • 2. Each watch comes with a powerful Swiss-made quartz or mechanical movement to ensure accurate timekeeping.
  • 3. With its use of carbon composite, titanium, and 316L stainless steel materials, every I.N.O.X watch is tough and resilient.
  • 4. Models like the I.N.O.X. Professional Diver also come with handy anti-magnetism features to ensure the watch properly functions even in strong magnetic fields.
  • 5. The I.N.O.X. Mechanical proves both sporty and elegant aesthetics with an intricate guilloche pattern on the dial and a comfortable leather strap.

Victorinox I.N.O.X. Watch Prices


Price (approximate)

Key Features

I.N.O.X. Carbon Limited Edition 241927.1

$1,049 USD

  • 43 mm carbon composite case
  • Limited edition 1,500 pieces
  • Camouflage design on the dial and paracord strap
  • 200 meters / 660 feet water resistance
I.N.O.X. Mechanical 241837

$875 USD

  • 43 mm 316L stainless steel case
  • Swiss-made automatic movement Sellita SW200-1
  • Exhibition case back
  • Stainless steel bracelet
I.N.O.X. Carbon 241861

$789 USD

  • 43 mm carbon composite case
  • 200 meters / 660 feet water resistance
  • Gray dial, bezel, and paracord strap
I.N.O.X. Professional Diver ​​Titanium 241812

$729 USD

  • 45 mm titanium case
  • 200 meters / 660 feet water resistance
  • ISO 6425 certified diver watch
  • Anti-magnetism
  • Black dial and paracord strap
  • Unidirectional rotating bezel
I.N.O.X. Professional Diver 241845

$659 USD

  • 45 mm titanium case
  • 200 meters / 660 feet water resistance
  • ISO 6425 certified diver watch
  • Anti-magnetism
  • Black dial
  • Orange paracord strap
  • Unidirectional rotating bezel
I.N.O.X. Professional Diver 241781

$649 USD

  • 45 mm stainless steel case
  • 200 meters / 660 feet water resistance
  • ISO 6425 certified diver watch
  • Anti-magnetism
  • Black dial
  • Stainless steel bracelet
  • Unidirectional rotating bezel
I.N.O.X. Professional Diver ​​241735

$519 USD

  • 45 mm 316L stainless steel case
  • ISO 6425 certified diver watch
  • Anti-magnetism
  • Yellow dial and rubber strap
  • 200 meters / 660 feet water resistance
I.N.O.X. V 241770

$509 USD

  • 37 mm 316L stainless steel case
  • 200 meters / 660 feet water 
  • Blue dial and paracord strap
I.N.O.X. 2417251

$499 USD

  • 43 mm 316L stainless steel case
  • Green dial 
  • Stainless steel bracelet
  • Quartz movement
I.N.O.X. 241738

$349 USD

  • 43 mm 316L stainless steel case
  • Warm gray dial
  • Brown leather strap
  • Quartz movement

Victorinox I.N.O.X. Watch Models

Victorinox I.N.O.X.

The base model for the Victorinox I.N.O.X. is everything you need to get you introduced to the collection. Victorinox goes on to call this model the representative of the whole I.N.O.X range. It embodies the essence of what I.N.O.X. is all about. It is a pioneering timepiece with ultimate functionality and uncompromising quality.

This timepiece withstood 130 extreme endurance tests to ensure its quality. That includes a 10-meter drop, torsion & traction, vibration, 8-ton pressure, and temperature shock resistance tests. These tests put the I.N.O.X. in extreme conditions only for it to survive and continue ticking. To further boost its durability, it also has a removable matching colored bumper to protect the case from scratches. Along with its scratch-resistant, triple-coated anti-reflective sapphire crystal, this watch is the sturdiest you will ever come across.

The base model for the Victorinox I.N.O.X. comes in a 316L stainless steel case with three different dial shades--dark red, dark blue, and black. You can pair it with a stainless steel bracelet, a rubber strap, a leather strap, a nylon strap, or an innovative paracord strap. 

The models with paracord straps come in just two shades, however, green and black. But the paracord strap is just one of the reasons why this watch is the ultimate choice for the outdoorsman. It is woven with a highly-resistant multi-strand nylon cord. Moreover, its breaking point is at a whopping 250kg. 

Finally, this model also runs on a Swiss Ronda 715 quartz movement. It comes with a neat feature that lowers its power consumption by 70%. In turn, this extends the battery life of the watch beyond its already impressive six-year life span.

How Much is the Victorinox I.N.O.X. Watch?

Generally, the Victorinox I.N.O.X costs around $499 USD in retail. This is for both the rubber strap version and the stainless steel bracelet version. If you want to purchase the watch with its trusty paracord strap, you would need to dish out about $565 USD for it. Another vibrant model in this collection is the I.N.O.X. “Autumn Spirit, which retails at $595 USD and comes delivered in a shockproof box complete with an extra orange rubber strap.

Victorinox I.N.O.X. V

The Victorinox I.N.O.X. V takes the original tough vibe of the base model and adds an additional feminine flair. This collection of chic yet durable timepieces features a comfortable fit that every woman on the go needs. Whether you are the type to go on adventures or  you just simply need a reliable everyday watch, the I.N.O.X. V is the watch for you.

Originally, this Swiss watch had a screwed-in crown with 200 meters of water resistance. However, Victorinox has since released a model that is 32% lighter and 33% slimmer compared to the first generation model of the I.N.O.V. It also has more colors to choose from, such as white and pink. The crown of the I.N.O.X. V is also unscrewed to avoid nail breakage when using it. As a result, however, its water resistance has fallen to 100 meters or 330 feet.

The watch can be fitted with a removable bumper, which gives it better protection, especially when outdoors. Moreover, this model comes with a scratch-resistant, triple-coated anti-reflective sapphire crystal. Finally, to ensure that you stay in style, this new model features an easy-release bar system so you can quickly replace the strap of your I.N.O.X. V. You can opt for either a rubber, leather, or paracord strap.

How Much is the I.N.O.X. V?

Depending on the shade and case material, the price of I.N.O.X. V watches can range from $495 USD to $550 USD. Models fitted with a paracord strap demand a hundred bucks more, from $595 USD to $650 USD. Older models like the I.N.O.X. V 241770, on the other hand, retail at $509 USD.

Victorinox I.N.O.X. Professional Diver

If you think that the base model for the Victorinox I.N.O.X. is already impressive, wait until you see the I.N.O.X. Professional Diver. This diver iteration of the I.N.O.X builds upon what the base model already does well, updating the stainless steel case with a gorgeous sandblasted matte finish, which is a great way to reduce reflections and glares, especially when underwater. Victorinox also added the I.N.O.X. Professional Diver Titanium, which is lighter and more resistant to scratches, to the collection.

Aside from the case, Victorinox added reflective tracers to the paracord strap. This design takes inspiration from boat ropes and it fits wonderfully over a diving suit. To add to all that, the I.N.O.X. Professional Diver has Super-LumiNova coated not just on the markers but also on the hands. The hour markers and hour hand glow in green, while the minute hand and 12 o’clock capsule on the bezel come with blue luminescent material. 

Aside from all the physical improvements, the I.N.O.X. Professional Diver also has improvements in terms of its functions. This timepiece is an ISO 6425-certified diver watch, and is equivalent to the NIHS 92-11 Swiss watchmaking standards. To get such a certification, a watch must have at least 100 meters of water resistance, which this watch exceeds with its 200 meters of depth rating. Aside from this, the watch also has anti-magnetism features.

True to its nature as a dive watch, the I.N.O.X. Professional Diver features a unidirectional rotating bezel. At 45mm, this is a pretty big watch but such a size is only an advantage, especially when you’re in a wetsuit, as it proves much easier to operate. This timepiece also has a military time index on the chapter ring. Finally, to protect the watch and provide better optics while diving, you can fit this watch with a bumper. Aside from protecting the case, it also has a magnifying effect on the dial, thanks to its domed crystal.

How Much is the I.N.O.X. Professional Diver?

Depending on the strap you prefer, the price for the I.N.O.X. Professional Diver varies. A watch with a rubber strap costs only around $500 USD to $675 USD, such as the Victorinox I.N.O.X Professional Diver 241736. This strap is extendable with the help of gadroons, and can fit nicely around all sorts of wrists. Meanwhile, a watch with a stainless steel bracelet demands upwards of $600 USD, such as the Victorinox I.N.O.X Professional Diver 241781. The price for models with a paracord strap starts at $725 USD as well. Lastly, an I.N.O.X. Professional Diver with a titanium case and paracord strap, such as the Victorinox I.N.O.X Professional Diver Titanium 241812 costs a bit more, at $725 USD. With a rubber strap, the titanium version only costs $725 USD in retail.

Victorinox I.N.O.X. Carbon & Titanium

Aside from 316L stainless steel, Victorinox I.N.O.X. watches also come in other durable materials.

Victorinox I.N.O.X. Carbon is an impressive feat as it takes the watch’s features to another level. Carbon composites are typically used to protect space shuttles from reentry to earth, as it can withstand temperatures exceeding 1,260 °C. Aside from being able to withstand extreme heat, it also has better structural rigidity. Carbon is lightweight and incredibly resistant to scratches. With carbon’s matte black appearance, it also displays a more rugged look, making the watch stylish for both casual and adventurous settings. It comes with both quartz and mechanical movements. Victorinox I.N.O.X Carbon watches also come with Super-LumiNova-coated hands and indices, which allows for easy reading of time in the dark.

Just as stunning, the Victorinox I.N.O.X. Titanium comes with a smooth, sandblasted titanium casing. It gives the watch a modern matte black finish. Twice as strong as stainless steel, a titanium watch is extremely lightweight and durable. To add to its durable case, you also get a scratch-resistant, triple-coated anti-reflective sapphire crystal. A closer look at the I.N.O.X. Titanium shows a military time marker on the inner part of the dial. Meanwhile, on the chapter ring is a 60-minute marker with Arabic numerals every five minutes. You can also choose between a leather, rubber, or paracord strap for this watch. 

How Much are the Victorinox I.N.O.X. Carbon & Titanium Watches?

A quartz-powered I.N.O.X. Carbon with a paracord strap retails at $875 USD. Meanwhile, the I.N.O.X. Carbon Mechanical costs about $1,150 USD in retail. A limited-edition version of this watch, the I.N.O.X Carbon Limited Edition 241927.1, with a camouflage green design, sells for $1,049 USD in retail. There are only 1,500 pieces available for this model.

The I.N.O.X. Titanium is a bit more affordable, at $625 USD. You can also change its strap and choose to fit the watch with a compass bumper for better protection.

Victorinox I.N.O.X. Mechanical

The Victorinox I.N.O.X. is an impressive timepiece in and of itself. However, imagine it with an even better movement altogether — a Swiss mechanical movement. Victorinox decided to swap out the quartz movement of the I.N.O.X. for a mechanical movement, thus the name of this Victorinox I.N.O.X Mechanical sub-collection. Earlier iterations of this watch come fitted with the ETA 2824-2 automatic movement. However, as can be seen from the brand’s website, newer models now come with the Sellita SW200-1 movement.

The Sellita SW200-1 is considered a direct competitor of the ETA 2824-2. Both of these Victorinox mechanical movements have about 38 hours of power reserve and beat at 28,800 vibrations per hour. Not to mention, they are also both Swiss-made. One difference between the two is that the Sellita movement has 26 jewels while the ETA caliber has 25. One of the ways to know which movement powers your I.N.O.X. Mechanical is by checking this distinction.  You can see this through the exhibition case back of the watch.

Aside from the movement, the design of the dial also differs from other I.N.O.X. models. The I.N.O.X. Mechanical takes inspiration from Swiss Army Knife handles. As such, the dials of the I.N.O.X Mechanical watches feature expertly-made guilloche patterns. To give the watch an even more premium feel, it also comes with a wooden strap, the first of its kind in the industry. This strap is strong and sustainable, crafted onto a leather base. It has a luxurious finish that makes it a delight to wear.

How Much is the I.N.O.X. Mechanical?

So, how much do you need to prepare to bring home an I.N.O.X. Mechanical watch? For just $825 USD, you can own this timepiece with a wooden strap. If you want a more conservative stainless steel bracelet, you will need to reach a bit deeper into your pocket for $875 USD.

Creating Victorinox I.N.O.X. Watches

Victorinox launched the I.N.O.X. in 2014 — during the company’s 130th anniversary. The I.N.O.X. had to undergo 130 extensive tests before it was released to the public. This collection took 4 years of conceptualization and spent 3 years in development. However, the company did not stop at just designing a new watch. Victorinox spent 6 whole months testing 421 samples of the watch, with half of them completely tanking in the process.

Ultimately, the making of this watch is a feat for the brand. It proved just how far Victorinox will go just to provide high-quality timepieces. According to the brand, this collection was launched to show that a watch can be more than just a timekeeping device. With a paracord strap included, an I.N.O.X. watch can be a true survival tool. Paracord straps are known in the outdoors industry as the ultimate adventure must-have. It functions as a fire starter, fishing net, and even as a shoelace.

For the Toughest: Victorinox I.N.O.X.

Tough situations require tough solutions. The Victorinox I.N.O.X. proves exactly this with its incredible features. No matter where you are headed — the mountains, trenches, or a paragliding trip — the I.N.O.X. will be there for you. It is impressive in all its facets, and while we are eager for a new model from this collection, we cannot help but gush over what we already have. The possibilities are endless for these Victorinox watches. Make sure you are ready for your next adventure with a Victorinox I.N.O.X. watch.

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