As long as you’re not a caliber snob, there are a lot of cool watches out there to choose from. Although buyers normally expect most Swiss-made timepieces to ship with intricate mechanical movements, some use quartz ones as well. If you need a classy and reliable timekeeper on your wrist soon, this Victorinox I.N.O.X Titanium variant should do the trick.

The watchmaker presents it with a 43 mm x 14 mm titanium case. It’s cool of Victorinox to keep the natural tone of the metal which looks even better with the matte finish. This gives it an understated vibe you easily pair with any outfit. Nevertheless, it’s rugged enough for users who prefer their accessories that way.

Its round bezel sports beveled edges that form the outline of a hexagon. Chunky guards keep the crown safe from accidental bumps every now and then. Since the I.N.O.X Titanium runs on an analog quartz movement, Victorinox outfits it with a solid screw-in case back, which allows users to keep it on up to 660 feet underwater.

Beneath the sapphire crystal of the I.N.O.X Titanium is a gray dial with a day window between 4 o’clock and 5 o’clock. White indices line the minute track on the flange with notches for the applied markers. At 12 o’clock is the Victorinox emblem with the branding script just below it.

A red second hand adds a welcome contrast to the otherwise simple dial. Victorinox then matches the I.N.O.X Titanium with a red paracord strap that uses a tang buckle closure system. If the shade feels too vibrant, you can always swap it out for darker colors or maybe a metal bracelet.

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