In 1909, Victorinox
Swiss Army founder Karl Elsener
named his company after her beloved mom, Victoria, as a loving tribute of a son to his mother. When stainless steel — acier inoxydable
in French or “inox”
for short — was introduced into the company product line in 1921, Victoria became Victorinox
. Such immortal bond between mother and son is further expressed in the company’s ever-growing Victoria Collection of classic timepieces dedicated for the founder's mother. Tranquil and elegantly feminine, the new Victoria Diamond Victorinox
Swiss Army watch is naturally straightforward and simple, just like any loving mother. But don’t get fooled by its simplicity because this watch actually boasts of many exciting features. It is scratch-resistant with its triple-coated anti-reflective sapphire crystal, is water resistant up to 100m
as well as a 28 mm stainless steel case and stainless steel bracelet. What's more, the Victoria Diamond features a charming bezel set with 56 full-cut diamonds totalling
to around 0.38 carats.
Truly feminine, timeless, and exquisitely understated, the Victoria Diamond Victorinox Swiss Army watch is simply perfect for any occasion. Get one now at Schwarzschild’s on Alverser Drive.