Victorinox has introduced a new chronograph for the active lifestyle of the I. N. O. X. Paracord

Swiss brand Victorinox Swiss Army has introduced a new chronograph I. N. O. X. Paracord with a woven strap of the parachute straps, designed for those who lead an active life filled with adventure.

The company said that the creation of hours of a series of I. N. O. X. became for engineers Victorinox no less a test than it was with the world famous Swiss army knife. The developers spent about 130 extreme tests before the model entered the market. The results of their efforts have become a reliable watch with an attractive design.

Seemingly simple, the I. N. O. X. Paracord hide functionality that, if necessary, can save lives. Reliable 316L stainless steel case diameter 43 mm with a protected screw-down crown has a limit of water resistance of 200 m with a limit pressure of 20 ATM. Inside the latest quartz movement Ronda 715. The dial is covered with a shock resistant sapphire glass with bilateral anti-glare and anti-shock treatment.

Braided strap watch I. N. O. X. Paracord was developed by Victorinox in cooperation with the Swiss company Naimakka. It is made of paracord – highly durable nylon yarn which are used for parachute straps and are capable of withstanding a load of 250 kg. the exclusive Netting, but the developers made so that the holder of the chronograph can untwist the strap and re-weave what you want. In addition, the individual links of the bracelet weaves can be completely removed and to use in different situations – for example, to create any fasteners.

This model is available in two colors: camouflage green (as pictured) and black. Included with the clock is exclusive transparent bumper to protect from scratches marked on the compass with arrows. The cost of the chronograph in Russia varies in the range of 35-45 thousand rubles.

    Egor Lanin
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