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Victorinox Titanium On Leather and Sapphire Crystal, Inox watch £200 @ TK Maxx
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Victorinox Titanium On Leather and Sapphire Crystal, Inox watch £200 @ TK Maxx

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Posted 19th Jan

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Sitting on a luxury leather strap, this suave analogue watch boasts a matte grey titanium bezel, a khaki green dial and signature branding.


  • Case Width: 41mm
  • Case Depth: 11mm
  • Titanium & Leather
  • Sapphire Crystal
  • Water Resistance: 200m
  • Buckle Fastening
  • Boxed
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As a watch repairer in the luxury market (although admittedly in the minority) I would always buy a quartz watch. They are more accurate and reliable, less delicate, not really affected by magnetism and cheaper to maintain. Mechanical watches although admirable are old tech, we don't still travel by steam trains do we. A lot of the cost of expensive watches is in the casing, especially sapphire glasses, and marketing of course.
Quartz haters missing the point and appeal of the INOX range completely
Just for the quartz haters, you really need to educate yourselves. There isn’t just one cheap quartz movement that all quartz watches have. Most of the top brands use quartz or HAQ with almost perfect accuracy. I’m not saying this is one as I’ve no knowledge of this brand really, but I do know that Omega, Breitling and other watch powerhouses still use quartz movements. For lower end watches, you’d probably get a better quality quartz than you would an auto.
No wonder the heavy discount. This is a fugly looking watch.
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Quartz
101 deg. Nice deal op
No wonder the heavy discount. This is a fugly looking watch.
Quartz - worth maximum £30 and normally found falling out of a Cornflakes packet.
Nice watch
Unless it's a GS spring drive or an UHF Bulova, I wouldn't pay more than £50 for a quartz watch.
Quartz haters missing the point and appeal of the INOX range completely
Whats the obsession with old tech escapement? Should I be getting rid of my hip printer and get an typebar Imperial 66 typewriter because of the engineering? Both will print but the hip does it infinitely better with no service costs. I know Mr Bond wouldn’t wear this but he’s paid to wear the old tech
As a watch repairer in the luxury market (although admittedly in the minority) I would always buy a quartz watch. They are more accurate and reliable, less delicate, not really affected by magnetism and cheaper to maintain. Mechanical watches although admirable are old tech, we don't still travel by steam trains do we. A lot of the cost of expensive watches is in the casing, especially sapphire glasses, and marketing of course.
Just for the quartz haters, you really need to educate yourselves. There isn’t just one cheap quartz movement that all quartz watches have. Most of the top brands use quartz or HAQ with almost perfect accuracy. I’m not saying this is one as I’ve no knowledge of this brand really, but I do know that Omega, Breitling and other watch powerhouses still use quartz movements. For lower end watches, you’d probably get a better quality quartz than you would an auto.
Hot. Great spot OP
Nice watch - sadly my wrists are just too small.
What's all the hate for quartz watches?
Seiko still make some great quartz watches and as far as I know...quartz is more accurate than automatic?

Is this purely watch snobbery...and that automatic/mechanical watches are works of art blah blah
Edited by: "maxamus007" 19th Jan
I would avoid the Titanium INOX unless you are sickly weak and need a light watch,
there's something pleasing about the weight of steel.
Now the standard INOX with bracelet is excellent and was for £230
Alansmithee19/01/2020 13:33

Nice watch - sadly my wrists are just too small.


This is 41mm, how small are your wrists??
The night vision watches are the far nicer purchase for same money
Edited by: "matengawhat" 19th Jan
Nesima19/01/2020 12:22

Quartz - worth maximum £30 and normally found falling out of a Cornflakes …Quartz - worth maximum £30 and normally found falling out of a Cornflakes packet.


i know nothing about watches. are high priced watched, or any watch above £30 mechanical?
Edited by: "snappokerman888" 19th Jan
Great price for this watch, but this particular colour scheme isn't my favourite. Heat added.
sparehead419/01/2020 13:04

As a watch repairer in the luxury market (although admittedly in the …As a watch repairer in the luxury market (although admittedly in the minority) I would always buy a quartz watch. They are more accurate and reliable, less delicate, not really affected by magnetism and cheaper to maintain. Mechanical watches although admirable are old tech, we don't still travel by steam trains do we. A lot of the cost of expensive watches is in the casing, especially sapphire glasses, and marketing of course.


How odd. I'd expect this statement off someone who knew nothing about automatic watches.
Good price for this 1.
Dekard9719/01/2020 14:45

This is 41mm, how small are your wrists??


Dont trust TKMAXX info, its a 43mm and pretty chunky... just about looks ok on my 7+ inch wrist
sparehead419/01/2020 13:04

As a watch repairer in the luxury market (although admittedly in the …As a watch repairer in the luxury market (although admittedly in the minority) I would always buy a quartz watch. They are more accurate and reliable, less delicate, not really affected by magnetism and cheaper to maintain. Mechanical watches although admirable are old tech, we don't still travel by steam trains do we. A lot of the cost of expensive watches is in the casing, especially sapphire glasses, and marketing of course.


Yea sorry bud, but that story doesn't hold up. Nothing wrong with quartz, but your post is deceptive nonsense.
Dekard9719/01/2020 14:45

This is 41mm, how small are your wrists??


Until relatively recently, 41mm was consider a large watch. Watch sizes are trending back down now.
Anyone in the market for this watch should check out this variant at the same price. Rubber strap is much more fitting with the design of this watch in my opinion, and the dial is a lot cleaner.

tkmaxx.com/men…rue
Mike_HUKD19/01/2020 16:53

Anyone in the market for this watch should check out this variant at the …Anyone in the market for this watch should check out this variant at the same price. Rubber strap is much more fitting with the design of this watch in my opinion, and the dial is a lot cleaner. https://www.tkmaxx.com/men/accessories/watches+jewellery/watches/grey-rubber-analogue-watch/p/76563989?rrec=true


My thoughts too .
I wasn't aware till this was posted last time and someone mentioned the red indices are on the glass .
vizta19/01/2020 17:03

My thoughts too .I wasn't aware till this was posted last time and someone …My thoughts too .I wasn't aware till this was posted last time and someone mentioned the red indices are on the glass .


On the glass! Oh that's awful, not a fan of that at all.
sparehead419/01/2020 13:04

As a watch repairer in the luxury market (although admittedly in the …As a watch repairer in the luxury market (although admittedly in the minority) I would always buy a quartz watch. They are more accurate and reliable, less delicate, not really affected by magnetism and cheaper to maintain. Mechanical watches although admirable are old tech, we don't still travel by steam trains do we. A lot of the cost of expensive watches is in the casing, especially sapphire glasses, and marketing of course.


Looking at it then, from your point of view, we should all be wearing smartwatches. As you say we don't still travel by steam trains do we.
Mike_HUKD19/01/2020 16:48

Yea sorry bud, but that story doesn't hold up. Nothing wrong with quartz, …Yea sorry bud, but that story doesn't hold up. Nothing wrong with quartz, but your post is deceptive nonsense.


What was wrong with it?
BargainBros19/01/2020 12:06

No wonder the heavy discount. This is a fugly looking watch.


Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
I think it's got nice understated charm
nothing better on Sunday Evening than reading cheap skints comments about Quartz Watches general Superiority over mechanical/automatic Timepieces.
Edited by: "Tired.Ben.Affleck" 19th Jan
Dekard9719/01/2020 14:45

This is 41mm, how small are your wrists??


I have owned it - it wears too big and not comfortable. The Inox V is more my size and identical to the men's in desigb and function.
vizta19/01/2020 17:03

My thoughts too .I wasn't aware till this was posted last time and someone …My thoughts too .I wasn't aware till this was posted last time and someone mentioned the red indices are on the glass .


They are - it is distracting.
Rather have the night vision anal..

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tempt19/01/2020 17:06

Another option if you prefer this …Another option if you prefer this brand.https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B071ZB7LZ9/


tkmaxx.com/wom…362
austinc19/01/2020 17:40

Rather have the night vision anal..[Image]


Looks nice but sounds like a bag of wrong
Mike_HUKD19/01/2020 16:49

Until relatively recently, 41mm was consider a large watch. Watch sizes …Until relatively recently, 41mm was consider a large watch. Watch sizes are trending back down now.


If 41 is large, then what is normal?
Quartz is obviously superior in terms of reliability and accuracy. I do like automatic watches though, there's just something appealing about having a tiny machine full of cogs and springs (imho)
tempt19/01/2020 17:58

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I don't believe the Tk maxx info is 100% accurate. Lol
I quite like that. Wouldn't buy it. But voted hot for the price. Titanium is super light.
I like
Problem is tkmaxx only has one of everything. So annoying.
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