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    Victorinox Inox

    Hi guys,

    First time posting here, recently got this Victorinox inox i'm very impressed with. I bought this watch as a higher-end alternative for a g-shock really. I wanted a watch i could wear without worries when working on my car or in the garden but i could also wear to work.

    What hodinkee had to say: http://www.hodinkee.com/blog/the-val...vive-the-worst

    Here's a quick but detailed look of the watch:
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    With the bumper case on:
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    Re: Victorinox Inox

    Handsome watch. Congratulations!

    (I'd likely keep that bumper in a drawer somewhere, but then I rarely have the opportunity to be run over by a tank in my daily life.)
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    Awesome! I've said it b4 and will say it again, INOX may well be the first quartz watch I strap on in a long, long time. Congrats on a stellar acquisition!!!
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    Re: Victorinox Inox

    May I ask where you picked this model up at?
    Looks great!

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    Re: Victorinox Inox

    Huh. I don't know what to make of that. I would really like to see one in person. Having said that, if this is available for cheap enough from a GM dealer, it might make good gym/around the house purchase.
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    Re: Victorinox Inox

    It's a good looking watch, but a little too thick (though I guess that is the point). Enjoy it!

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    Re: Victorinox Inox

    Amazing looking watch, it is my new favorite ;) Thanks for sharing with us!

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    Re: Victorinox Inox

    Congrats! It's a great watch indeed. I've really been enjoying mine. I've got the blue one and bought it from The OCWatchCompany in CA.



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    Re: Victorinox Inox

    I just joined the Inox club with a black version. Stunning clean looks and seems very durable (nevermind the 60ton tank ;) ). Great addition to the collection.
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    Re: Victorinox Inox

    I also have the black version and recently put it on leather. Took me some time to realize the dial & hands reminded me of the Milgauss but I guess it's common on a lot of 60s/70s models.


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