In 1989, on the initiative of Charles Elzenera IV, great-grandson of the founder of Victorinox, the first watch brand was released. Legendary artisanship and functional design of Swiss Army watches harmoniously fit into the tradition of excellence and innovation, which is famous for the Swiss watchmaking.
The company’s commitment to the ideals of perfection clearly reflected in the quality assurance system, the clutch all stages of production. Careful attention to the quality each design is subjected to at least 70 different tests – allows Victorinox Swiss Army watches to provide 3-year warranty on the entire range of its products. This uncompromising in terms of quality and functionality, which goes back to the famous army Original Swiss Army Knife, Victorinox watches made a faithful companion for many years.
In 2014, it celebrated 130 years of the brand, and 25-hour production of Victorinox Swiss Army watches. However, these anniversaries – not so much an occasion to look back on the past, as an incentive to look into the future of the company, inspired by its rich heritage. The brand Victorinox Swiss Army certainly managed to embody the unique union of innovation and traditional Swiss craftsmanship vividly.
Each Swiss Army watches embodied the spirit of the legendary Swiss Army Knife, which has become a universal symbol of functionality, innovation, quality and bright design. Victorinox Swiss Army watches are manufactured in their own workshops, focusing on their technical characteristics. All watches of the brand meet the highest standards of the Swiss watch industry. Before getting into the distribution network, they are more than 70 certified tests. Moreover, each instance of Swiss Army watches thoroughly tested at all phases of the production process. This organization of production and quality control allows Victorinox Swiss Army to provide a three-year warranty on all their watches.
Victorinox Swiss Army is constantly updating their models, complementing them with new design elements and innovative features, imaginatively upgrading components in order to improve their performance.