Victorinox Tested The Inox Watch By Driving a 64-Ton Tank Over It
Apr 01, 2014 11:42
Casio's G-Shock line was the go-to timepiece for durability. Now, Victorinox is joining in the fun with their new watch. They unveiled its Inox line of 'Tonka-tough' watches that can seemingly survive any hardship.
To make sure you get the message, Victoriniox sent the Inox watches through some torture, and it is able to withstand a 33 foot drop onto concrete, temperatures to 71 degrees Celsius, and being run over by one of the Swiss Army's 64 ton tanks.
The Inox is waterproof too, to a depth of 656 feet. The Inox was subjected to 130 different tests, just so it can survive your day to day torture of accidentally bumping it on the table and in doorways and more.
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