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Journey 1884 Quartz Limited Edition: A Timepiece Inspired by the Spirit of Adventure

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Victorinox Journey 1884 LE

Victorinox launches a limited edition to their adventure-inspired collection- Journey 1884.

Sydney, NSW: Victorinox, the renowned Swiss brand synonymous with precision craftsmanship and innovation, proudly unveils the latest addition to its exceptional timepiece collection - the Journey 1884 Quartz Limited Edition. Inspired by Switzerland's deep-rooted love for hiking and exploration, this watch encapsulates the brand's heritage of precision engineering.

The Journey 1884 Quartz Limited Edition is a celebration of exclusivity, with only 1,884 pieces available worldwide. Each watch is individually numbered and includes a matching Swiss Army Knife. Additionally, a rubber strap and accessories wallet accompany each timepiece, offering versatility and convenience to explorers.

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Exceptional Performance in Challenging Environments

The Journey 1884 Limited Edition is not only an exquisite accessory but a rugged companion for life's grand adventures. ISO-certified shock and water resistance ensure its durability against the elements. The meticulously engineered antimagnetic protection guarantees precise timekeeping even in magnetic fields, enhancing its reliability in diverse environments.

 

The Journey 1884 Quartz Limited Edition boasts a host of features that set it apart:

  • Analog Quartz Movement: Powered by a Swiss-made Ronda 715 quartz movement, the watch combines reliable timekeeping with an End-of-Life (EOL) function. Its hand design draws inspiration from Swiss hiking signs, reminding wearers of the spirit of exploration.
  • Premium Craftsmanship: The watch showcases a unidirectional rotating black (PVD) bezel with a matte aluminium inlay and a stainless steel (316L) case, all meticulously manufactured in-house. This attention to detail results in a stunning yet robust timepiece.
  • Versatile Strap Options: The Journey 1884 comes with a premium red paracord strap featuring tool-free changeable black PVD buckles. This unique strap design not only ensures a secure fit but also adds a touch of boldness to the watch's aesthetic.

 

PRICE AND AVAILABILITY

The Journey 1884 Limited Edition is available for purchase at  https://victorinox.com.au/watches/journey-1884-quartz-limited-edition/.

 

Journey 1884 Quartz Limited Edition

MRAP: $1695.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ABOUT VICTORINOX

Victorinox AG is a worldwide operating family business, which today is run by the fourth generation. The headquarters of the company is located in Ibach, canton Schwyz, in the heart of Switzerland. This is where the founder of the company Karl Elsener I set up his cutlery business back in 1884 and, a few years later, designed the legendary «Original Swiss Army Knife». Meanwhile, the company produces not only world-famous pocketknives but also high-quality household and professional knives, watches, travel gear and fragrances.

                   


Contact details:

Arushi Mehra

PR Officer

T: +61 2 9482 6625 
E: 
ArushiM@sheldonandhammond.com.au

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