Stainless steel case with a white leather bracelet. Fixed stainless steel with tachymeter bezel. White mother of pearl dial with silver-tone hands and Arabic numeral hour markers. Luminescent minute markers around the outer rim. Date display at the 4 o’clock position. Three – 60 second, 12 hour and 1/10 of a second. Swiss chronograph quartz movement. Scratch resistant sapphire crystal. Steel with selector buttons crown. Stainless steel screw down case back. Case diameter: 41 mm. Case thickness: 12 mm. Tang clasp. Water resistant at 100 meters / 330 feet. Victorinox Swiss Army Classic Ladies Watch 241418.
A modern touch of class and sophistication, the Victorinox Swiss Army Women’s Chrono Classic Chronograph Watch is as fashionable in appearance as it is intelligent in design. The exquisite white mother-of-pearl analog dial with silver-toned hands prominently displays Arabic numeral markers, three chronograph subdials, and a date display at the four o’clock position. A fixed stainless steel bezel with tachymeter is protected by a scratch-resistant anti-reflective sapphire window and secured by a white contrast-stitched calfskin leather strap and buckle clasp. With precise Swiss quartz movement and durable water resistance up to 330 feet (100 meters), this Victorinox is an enduring and tasteful selection.
Victorinox Swiss Army – History
Master Cutler Karl Elsener opened a cutlery shop in Ibach, Switzerland in 1884. Seven years later, in 1891, Karl supplied the Swiss Army with its standard issue Soldier’s Knife. After the death of his mother in 1909, Karl Elsener introduced the brand name Victoria and the iconic Cross and Shield emblem is registered as a trademark. With the advent of stainless steel, Karl Elsener coined the company’s name, Victorinox, by combining his mother’s name with “inox”, an abbreviation of the French word for rust-resistant steel, “inoxydable”. After World War II, the “Original Swiss Army Knife” began its successful progression around the world and enjoyed exceptional popularity. In 1989, Victorinox entered the timepiece business in the United States under the brand name “Swiss Army”. Ten years later, Victorinox joined the Travel Gear market, partnering with TRG Group in St. Louis. And in 2001, Victorinox fashion was introduced in the US to further capture the brand’s essence of practical luxury. In 2002, in order to promote global unity, the Victorinox Swiss Army timepiece brand was launched internationally. In 2007, Victorinox set up Victorinox Swiss Army Fragrance AG, and in 2009 Victorinox Swiss Unlimited was launched. 2014 marks Victorinox Swiss Army’s 130th anniversary, and each Victorinox Swiss Army product embodies the spirit of the Legendary Original Swiss Army Knife, a universal symbol of Functionality, Innovation, Quality and Iconic Design.
Our Victorinox Swiss Army timepieces are designed to optimize their usefulness. Functionality ranges from easy-to-read dial designs to sophisticated professional functions. Every design detail is purpose-based. Functions are never add-ons or embellishments. The goal is to create watches that are timeless.
Victorinox Swiss Army constantly enhances its timepiece lines with new design elements and innovative functions while seeking creative ways of upgrading existing components to enhance their capabilities.
Victorinox Swiss Army timepieces are designed and manufactured with the same rigorous attention to quality as the brand’s legendary Pocket Tools. They also meet the highest standards of the Swiss watchmaking industry. The quality controls and testing that every timepiece undergoes (material, movement, assembly, finishing, etc.) allow Victorinox Swiss Army to offer a three-year limited warranty.
The Original Swiss Army Knife is one of the world’s most functional pieces of design. Victorinox Swiss Army timepieces share this icon’s spirit and heritage. They are multifunctional precision instruments engineered to last, yet also timeless and contemporary in design.
Case diameter: 41 mm
Water resistant to 330 feet (100 M): suitable for snorkeling, as well as swimming, but not diving