The Victorinox Swiss Army Night Vision Chronograph 42mm case features a Swiss made quartz movement that powers the hours, minutes, small seconds, date and chronograph.
There are also six light functions on the watch, a quick press activates the dial’s LED backlighting, so the wearer can see the time at night. Two quick presses activate the watch’s frontal lamp for two minutes and emits a white light. Three quick presses activate the strobe LED light for two minutes. By holding the push-piece down for 15 seconds, the RESCUE function is activated. The localization mode is activated with five quick presses and allows the watch to be located in the dark. Then the red LED flashes three times every 10 seconds, it means the light module battery is reaching the end of its lifespan.
This model has four-color versions. The chronograph counters appear on the same level as the seconds counter and stand out by virtue of their circular satin-finished Black Ice PVD treatment. Two steel versions are available with a silver dial on a leather strap or a brushed and polished metal bracelet. There are two models coated in Black Ice PVD with a black dial and rubber strap or Black Ice PVD metal bracelet.
The watch is available this Spring.
A word from Carl Eisner, CEO Victorinox AG, When my great-grandfather Karl Elsener opened a cutlery workshop to deliver a soldier knife to the Swiss army in 1884, he had a revolutionary idea in mind. He was looking for a compact and sturdy knife, which offered many functions combined in a single tool. What he invented has long become a legend: the Original Swiss Army Knife. Discover more about Victorinox Swiss Army here.