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It’s not often that I show a watch I am reviewing to my horological friends and get a universal thumbs up. This honour goes to the new Victorinox I.N.O.X. Automatic, which was unanimously well-received by everyone I showed it to. It’s £689 Swiss Automatic from a brand that also brings you chefs knives and Swiss Army Knives.
Victorinox watches compete in the same space (which I refuse to call “affordable luxury”) as Hamilton and Longines. They offer the kind of quality you expect from a Swiss watch at a price point above the microbrands. I see brands like this as a great first step onto the luxury ladder as they tend to have more residual resale value than lesser known brands if you do ever decide to move your watch on.
https://wristwatchreview.co.uk/a-week-o ... -automatic
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