The reinforced steel case of the Inox is 43 mm in diameter, water-resistant to 200 meters, and has a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with triple non-reflective treatment and a screwed-on stainless steel caseback. The dial — available in black (pictured above), navy blue and khaki green, all with matching rubber straps (below) — is a single sealed piece, with its indices stamped rather than applied. The axis and attachment of the hour and minute hand are reinforced. The lugs are protected against warping and solidified by a crossbar. The slightly elevated bezel guards the crystal and a the crown is also protected. The entire timepiece is shielded from impacts by the Inox collection’s signature feature, a removable “bumper” made of silicone and nylon (pictured at left, above) that attaches to the case without obscuring any of the information on the dial, which includes a military-time scale on the flange and a date window at 4:30. The Victorinox Swiss Army Inox watch contains the Swiss quartz Ronda 715 caliber and is priced at $525.