Victorinox Tested This Durable Watch by Driving a 64-Tonne Tank Over It

For years now, if you wanted a watch that could survive almost anything short of a nuclear war, Casio's G-Shock line was your go-to timepiece. But Victorinox, maker of the venerable Swiss Army Knife, wants a slice of that market. So it's just unveiled its Inox line of 'Tonka-tough' watches that can seemingly survive any hardship. Read More >>

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*Reminder Klaxon* Enter Our Latest Shooting Challenge, and Bag £500 of Goodies

Hey! You there! This weekend, rather than spending your time bemoaning about how you can't afford a new iPhone, how about doing something constructive? Specifically, you can enter our latest Shooting Challenge, where not only do you get to construct pretty pictures from light, but you might also win £500 worth of goodies from Victorinox. Entries close Monday 6PM; be sure to read the rules in full here before entering. Read More >>

Don't Worry Cyclists, There's a Swiss Army Knife For You Now Too

Weighing just 99 grams and folding away into a compact package that's easy to pocket, Victorinox's new Swiss Army Bike Tool is the perfect weapon against misaligned handlebars and other on-the-road cycling emergencies. Read More >>

Hands On With £2000 Worth of Flash Drive

Designed for the person who's never deleted a single file and maxes out their monthly bandwidth limits on torrents, Victorinox dropped a bomb on CES with their new SSD flash drive which will actually be available in capacities up to one terabyte. That's a thousand gigabytes people. Enough to hold like a trillion ebooks or something. (Please don't do the math.) Read More >>

Victorinox's 1TB Flash Drive Makes It Easy To Lose a Thousand Gigabytes

You might think they only make knives, but Victorinox also makes some of the best flash drives on the market (in this reporter's opinion.) They're well-built, extremely fast, and in a few days might be available in one terabyte capacities. Read More >>

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Victorinox Presentation Master Multitool: Because Even James Bond Has to Use PowerPoint Sometimes

They're called "trade secrets" for a reason. And if the competition gets their hands on your company's IP because you drunkenly left it in a bar, you'll need stringent security to keep them from peeping—like the Victorinox Presentation Master's 256-bit AES encryption. It's a Swiss Army Knife on loan from MI6. Read More >>


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