Like it knives, Victorinox's watches offer rather more functions than simply telling the time. The brand's latest is an update to its already hard-as-nails Inox line (to demonstrate the watch's durability the brand ran it over with a tank). The new version takes the toughness out of this world.
Included in its ingredients are military grade paracord (the lines that secure people to parachutes) and anti-scratch sapphire crystal. The case is crafted from carbon resin, more commonly used on the exterior of space shuttles, since it can withstand the temperatures of re-entry without melting.
But even if the materials are unexpected, the design is classic Victorinox – a red, white and black face and two black bands, in either paracord or rubber. The only thing it can't do is take stones out of horse's hooves.