Invicta 8932 Pro Diver Review

Invicta 8932 Pro Diver Review

Invicta 8932 men’s black dial steel bracelet quartz diver watch is offered, in a polished solid stainless steel case. This model is made in dimensions of 38mm across and 12mm high with a lug-to-lug measurement of 45mm. This watch has a unidirectional rotating black bezel and a textured push/pull main crown. Invicta 8932 is equipped with a silver stainless steel bracelet. Securing the bracelet is a fold The Invicta 8932 is the cheapest Pro Diver watch you can get. I can even say it’s the cheapest timepiece that could be categorized in the dive watches register. Of course I’m talking about its price now on discount here where you can get it got under $60. But the watch still requires a review to discover more about this watch’s capabilities, so let’s begin with an overview. Overview The Invicta 8932 is made mainly of stainless steel which you find on the case and the bracelet with a difference of brushed and polished. The case measures 38mm in width and 12mm in thickness. The watch is 660 feet water resistant, which is pretty amazing for a watch of this price. The look of it is a premium and virile one inspired from more expensive watches similar to other watches of the Pro Diver collection like the 8926. The difference here ,which makes it less expensive, is the Quartz Movement that this watch features and that I will talk about in a moment. Why the 8932 is the cheapest ? To answer this question, we have to compare the characteristics of it with another Pro Diver watch that is more expensive. No doubt that the Invicta 8926 is the more eligible Pro Diver watch to this comparison because of the close resemblance as well as the closeness of the series number. The main difference, which also make this watch cheaper, is the movement type. While the 8926 has an Automatic Movement which allows the watch to keep working without the need of a battery, the Invicta 8932 has a Quartz Movement (Japanese made PC32A quartz movement). This type of movement, even though it’s not expensive to make, is at the same time more precise than the automatic one. The second difference is the case back. The 9937 and the 8926 both have the exhibition case through which you can see through the small mechanical movements of the watch. The 8931 doesn’t have an exhibition case but that’s not very important because the most of the time the watch is on your hand. The 8932’s Dial The dial’s color is black as you can see on the photo which strengthen the virile look of this watch. Like most nicely designed watches, the shiny logo made of steel is centered and placed on the top at the 12 o’clock spot. To give luminescence to the watch, the indices and hands are made of trinite which helps the readability in dark places. The hands have a Mercedes shape which is a good idea for better readability. I…

Invicta Pro Diver 20478 Review

Invicta Pro Diver 20478 Review

The Invicta 20478 is one of the recent watches in the Pro Diver collection. This timepiece is also one of the cheapest you can find on the market just like many other Invicta watches, but this is more a watch to get the look so don’t expect too much from it, and other Pro Diver watches like the 8926 have received more positive reviews than this one actually. Find in this review the specs that you need to know before getting the Invicta 20478. So let’s begin with the design. The 20478 Design I think that for a watches connoisseur, the design of this watch is the most appealing aspect along with the low price. The black and blue combination, which are very present on the Pro Diver watches, gives further feeling of a diver watch. The blue half arc on the top right of the bezel is what catches the eye at the first glance as it’s not a design detail that we’re used to see on Invicta watches. This detail is what differentiate it from other Pro Diver watches. The unidirectional  bezel is made of stainless steel and resembles the coin edge style of the Invicta 9937. The straps design is also different this time. Unlike the previous Invicta Pro Diver watches which has three parallel rows of links, this one has five. The Dial This is also a spot where Invicta has made some changes. The biggest one is the typeface used in the hour markers. The arabic numerals typeface looks like one of these Racer Cars dashboard. It makes you wanna run. This gives more energy to the overall look, but some may see it as a childish design detail.The dial background color is as you have seen is black, which gives more exposure to the markers and the 60 Second, 30 Minute and Day of The Week sub-dials. Other 20478 Specifications   Movement Components: Swiss Caliber: Z60 Water Resistance 200 meters Case and Dial Case Size: 50mm Case Material: Stainless Steel Crown Type: Push Crystal Type: Flame Fusion Dial Material: Metal Band Material: Stainless Steel Tone: Steel Length: 215mm Size: 24mm Buckle: Diver Clasp: Foldover, Safety Conclusion The Invicta 20478 is for sure not a watch with powerful specs, but it has a nice looking face and because of its price, it will surely make you want to make it part of your wardrobe, or maybe to offer it as a gift to your friend. Make sure to buy the Invicta 20478 on a trusted website like Amazon, Click Here to go on their website and profit from Free Shipping. Go back to main Invicta Reviews page

Invicta Watches For Men On Sale

Invicta Watches For Men On Sale

Watches are so popular for being one of the best gift items. Offering an Invicta watch for a man is always a good idea. Whether you offer it for a friend or for yourself to celebrate a win or an important event, I have put together a list of Invicta watches for men on sale, so enjoy. These discounted watches are picked from Amazon where you can also profit from free shipping. For more Invicta Watches on sale, type the Invicta Collection’s name, for example “Invicta Pro Diver” in the search bar on top or simply write “Invicta watches” to see all the ones on discount.

Invicta Reserve Excursion Review – 6262 Chronograph Watch

Invicta Reserve Excursion Review – 6262 Chronograph Watch

The Invicta Reserve Excursion 6262 model, is one of these big face watches with a case diameter of 50 millimeters that is very suitable with medium to large wrists. In addition to that, its case is 17 mm thick, 17 mm off the wrist as shown in the image, which qualifies it to be a fairly large bold watch. Solid and shiny Silver-Tone stainless steel, the Invicta Excursion watch, like many other members of the invicta’s family, is water resistant and comes with other nice features that I will talk about on this review, so bear with me. The Excursion Classy Black Dial Along with the Silver-Tone of the case, the black background of the dial adds an elegant feel to the overall look and also contrasts very well with the luminous silver tone of the Arabic Numeral dials and sub-dials. The invicta´s chronograph has three Sub-Dials. The first one is a 1/10 second dial. The second dial is a “60 second”, and the last one is a 30 minute dial and which you can adjust via the screw down crown. You find engraved on the screw down crown the Reserve Excursion logo and which is the “I” of the Invicta logo with a sort of “S” swoosh around it. The exact same logo that is at the end of the Seconds sweeping hand. Sapphire Crystal This is one of the greatest features that this Invicta watches has and that allows shallow scratches to be buffed out. The Reserve Excursion is equipped with a sapphire crystal glass and which was tested to be hardly scratchable as the guy on the video below shows (on 1:03 time). When moved, you can see a bluish tint on the light reflection that gives a cool glare effect. Details everywhere Like on the majority of the invicta watches, the logo and the letters “Invicta” are almost everywhere. It may sound narcissistic to some, but they are pretty nicely placed. Firstly, on the end of the strap, only the logo is engraved without the letters. Then on the metallic bulk there is the “RESERVE” letters engraved. On the case-back also, it is engraved on the steel in the center along with the Flame-Fusion logo. Close to the edges, you find the water resistance numbers written in a bent circular shape following along the round edge, but this doesn’t supercharge the look. And finally, and obviously, like all the big brands the small silver shiny invicta logo at the middle of the black dial. Water Resistance Like almost all invicta watches this one is also 200 Meter water resistant, and yes it is not for scuba diving. The Excursion Band This Reserve Excursion comes with a flexible polyurethane black strap that is very thick and bendable, which is a sign of durability. It fits quite good on the wrist, and in order to fit with the silver-tone stainless steel of the case, the strap has two integrated rectangular metal pieces with a slightly spiky shape like pyramids which add…

Invicta Reserve Venom Review – F0004 Chronograph Watch

Invicta Reserve Venom Review – F0004 Chronograph Watch

The Invicta Reserve Venom Chronograph watch is definitely one of the nicely designed timepieces by Invicta. What first caught my eyes are the solid and bumpy shapes that made me think of muscles, but does it have as much power as it seems? This is what I will expose in this review in order to help you decide whether it’s a good pick for you or not. And if you want to go even deeper, I will put a link down here to some customers reviews for you to read so that you get to know their experience with this watch. The Venom Curvy Bezel The undirectional bezel of the Invicta Reserve Venom is very unique when compared to the other Invicta’s collections. You can feel the complexity by which this bezel curvy shapes are sculpted. It seems like it has been modeled by the fingertips of a clay sculptor. The numbers printed are nicely placed and spaced out so that it doesn’t look busy. The numbers font is also nicely picked giving a professional look similar to professional hand timers. The Invicta Watch Case It’s known that Invicta’s cases are durable because of the stainless steel material that it makes its watches of. The Venom Reserve’s polished case is also made of this same material in silver tone which makes a very nice contrast with the black rubber strap as well as the blue details inside the dial. Quit big and heavy, the case measures 22 millimeters in thickness and is 52 millimeters in diameter. A Beautiful Chronograph Bright Face A bright face is always good to look at. This is the case of this Reserve Venom model, shiny light grey dial made of metal with nicely subtle blue outlines around the dials and sub-dials which resulted in a beautiful timepiece. The Chronograph functions with 60 second, 30 minute and 1/10 of a second counters that are fairly readable and which are outlined by the nice navy blue. The date window of the Venom is placed between the 60 second and the 1/10 second sub dials in a diagonal way near the 4 hour marker which gives a nice dynamic to the overall design. The hours and minutes are white made in an arrow shape, which is a very straight forward design that could have been better, but it is quite efficient actually as it helps to get the time at a quick glance. The second hand is all blue. On the top near the 12 hour marker, you find the “INVICTA RESERVE” logo nicely place with a nice typo. Just right under the text logo, you find printed in black “1000 meters” (3280 feet) which indicates the water resistance of this watch. The Invicta Reserve Venom is a Manual Wind Watch, which means that it doesn’t work with a battery, but it’s rather a mechanical one that can only be wound by hand. On the Invicta’s instruction manual it says, “This type of watch should be wound daily”. The dial is…

Invicta Reserve Hydromax Review – 16958 Watch

Invicta Reserve Hydromax Review – 16958 Watch

No doubt that what attracts watches-collectors to try the Invicta is its competitive price, especially when it’s on sale, and it’s the case with this one (I’ve put the discount link right down in this review). The Invicta Hydromax is one of the most interesting watches in the Reserve Collection. The identity of the brand is felt from the first sight because of the near resemblance to other Invicta watches, but this timepiece has a powerful feature which its other sisters don’t have and which I will talk about in this review. Because many people prefer to judge a watch based on their personal experience by not listening to others, I will lay down the most important aspects of the Invicta Reserve Hydromax and let you decide at the end by yourself, so make sure you read the full review before you decide to buy this timepiece. I have also put down this review a Specifications Summary for quick deciders. Reserve Hydromax Overview The Invicta Hydromax or more precisely the Reserve 16958, is a beautiful big watch (52mm), Silver-tone with a very attractive coin-edge unidirectional bezel. The outline of the hands are also colored with the same bright silver-tone which is a nice color detail that adds shininess to the overall look. As you can see in the photo, this watch is designed with a brushed metal sun-ray dial which I like a lot. The dial is protected with under a synthetic-sapphire dial window. Unboxing the Hydromax I know that the black Reserve box is more attractive, at least in my opinion, but this Hydromax comes with the standard yellow box with beige fabric inside that many collectors don’t like. Of course if you have a separate box where you put your watches, then this is not important at all. Items you find in the box: A yellow plastic tag with the INVICTA logo The watch instruction manual The warranty program manual Platinum warranty plan (USA market only) International Warranty Card PS: Normally the bracelet is covered up by plastic to keep it safe. The Hydromax 52mm Case This timepiece is for fans of big sturdy watches. It measures 52mm in diameter and case thickness of 29mm. This means that it’s not for the skinny guy that has a very thing fore arm and wrist. You can see how it fits on the photo. But if you’re doing bodybuilding, then you have already ( or probably will) get the required wrist size. The screw-down crown is of the same silver tone as the whole watch, but polished not brushed, and it has the “I” letter of the Invicta logo printed on it. On the opposite side, you find the Helium release valve made for professional divers, and which is also polished and has the “I” letter Invicta logo as well. The unidirectional bezel is of the silver-tone that gives the watch look more unity. The coin-edge adds more shininess to the watch and has markings on it in order to easily grip when rotating it….

Invicta 50mm Subaqua Noma III Review – 5511 Chronograph

Invicta 50mm Subaqua Noma III Review – 5511 Chronograph

Among all the Invicta Collections, the Subaqua Noma III Collection is a very popular one that deserves special attention from watches collectors. For this review, I’ve chosen the Subaqua 5511 as it’s one of the highest rated by customers with a 4.3 out of 5 stars ( see on Amazon Here). As its name indicates, this watch is equipped with features making it able to go under “Aqua”. We can mention from these, the screw down crown that prevents water infiltration, the shock resistance and with a very high water resistance up to 1,640 feet (500 M). There are other interesting features to consider and which I will talk about in this review. The Subqua Noma III Case and Dial Let’s start this review with the common features on these Subaqua Noma III. The case diameter is 50mm , and its thickness is 18mm. The Case as well as the unidirectional bezel are constructed out of Stainless Steel. The dial and subdials are also another beauty criteria which Invicta knows very well to style. Made of metal, the dial is of a black color which goes very well with the black strap that creates more contrast to the overall look. There are also other nicely chosen details on the dial like the silver tone Tritnite filled metallic hour, minute and subdial hands along with the metallic seconds hand. Unlike other Invicta watches, you find on the Subaqua’s dial the tachymeter scale to measure speed. Despite of their small size, they are very clear because of the white/black contrast. A nice silver, white, and black colors palette. The dial is protected by a durable Sapphire Crystal that Invicta calls “flame-fusion crystal”. Go Subaqua This Noma III will go with you to your adventure by the sea and can handle up to 500 Meters (1,640 feet) under water. Screw Down Crown In order to prevent water infiltration, this model, like other Subaqua models, is equipped with a screw down crown. Additionally, this one is well protected by a creatively crafted Crown Protector Bar that bears the Invicta name. This feature is particular to the Subaqua Noma Collection for maximum protection in water environment. The crown must be pushed back after having adjusted the date and time or else the water protection will not work, but yes sure this is not a process that requires a lot of effort. The Invicta Subaqua 5511 Strap The band of this Subaqua is made of a rubber material also called polyurethane with stainless steel inserts decorated with a sort of snake-skin like texture as you can see in the image. The black and grey color combination adds more contrast to the watch along with the black/grey contrast of the dial/case. This gives it a very classy look that would suit very well all clothing pieces you decide to put on. The strap normally fits wrists up to approximately 9″, but i’m not sure of that. Important to know that the polyurethane strap makes this watch lighter…

Invicta 8926 Pro Diver Watch Review

Invicta 8926 Pro Diver Watch Review

When you look in the watches market, especially in the United States, you can hardly ignore the fact that Invicta offers one of the most reliable nice looking automatic watches at the cheapest prices, Particularly in the price range under $150. Dressy with a solid looking design, the Invicta Pro Diver 8926 model is, like its name, ready to get deep inside the water up to 200 meters. In order to go through the Pro Diver characteristics, I’ve chosen for this review to focus on the 8926 model, as it’s the most popular one among its peers. Overall Look The look of the Invicta Pro Diver is very close to the Rolex Submariner watch.Yes you get a look that is more expensive than what you pay for. The 8926 is a classy and elegant watch, shiny but not too much, with some nice reflections when you move it around, The silver color of the bracelet does match the nice black of the bezel very well. The hands and hour markers are luminous and really nicely manufactured. Also, the Invicta logo is positioned right where it should be, at the top center near the 12 hour marker. The time hands are really good looking, especially the “Seconds” hand that is shaped with the wings from the Invicta logo in its tail. This design detail accentuate the sleek and classy look which can satisfy different watch collectors from different tastes. The Pro Diver will catch the eyes from the first sight, even from a long distance when it’s on your wrist. The Invicta 8926’s Case The finish of the 8296 is known to be stable, it’s something you can’t easily find on an automatic watch at this price. Despite its light weight (1.1 pounds), the Pro Diver can give you that solid feel when it’s on your wrist. Besides the position of the magnified date window at three o’clock, that may not appeal to everyone, the Pro Diver watch has a sturdy look, brushed at the top and polished on both sides. Nicely sized at 40mm, which is appropriate for a wide range of wrists, it would suit nicely under your sleeve cuff as its thickness is : 13mm. In order to adjust the time, you must twist it to unlock the crown and then pull it out. The bezel adds its touch to the look. It is unidirectional, meaning you can rotate it in both directions. Many buyers complained about it, but it seems to work fine. In the end of the day, you may expect this type of dysfunctions from time to time when choosing a dive watch at this price, and these kind of dysfunctions may occur to any watch, even with one of a higher price. It’s not big deal after all, after about ten times of rotating it, the bezel gets loose. The movement of the 8926 is a Japanese automatic movement with analog display, How Good is the Bracelet The bracelet is a stainless steel, featuring…

Invicta 9937 Pro Diver Watch Review – Men’s Chronograph Watch

Invicta 9937 Pro Diver Watch Review – Men’s Chronograph Watch

The Invicta 9937 Pro Diver is nothing less than another tribute to the luxurious Rolex Submariner. What makes it different from its older sister, namely the 8926? Well the 9937 is more improved in terms of quality, and therefore a bit more dollars on the price tag ( $250 as discounted here ). Still a price that keeps Invicta stand among the best price/quality watches on the market, in addition to the fact that it is a design copy of the $4000 famous Rolex watch, a.k.a Submariner ! So let’s start this review and dive into this watch’s features ! The Overall Look of The 9937 A dressy Pro Diver watch that looks elegant. This is how i can describe the Invicta 9937 in few words. A classy black dial, in contrast with the stainless steel solid case, extended with the brushed inside and polished outside stainless steel band, the links of this model are reported ot be more solid and thicker than the 8926 watch that are also lower in quality. The coin-edge bezel is unidirectional and the numbers on it are written with a nice white bold font. The hour indicators are luminescent in order to be easily seen, as well as the hour hands featuring a nice silver-tone. All under a sapphire-coated window. The Invicta 9937 watch’s back is also well-done, they call it “the Exhibition Back”. It is a sort of a transparent glass through which you can see almost all the mechanical genius stuff happening live! A.k.a. the Swiss Movement ! Swiss Smooth Movement This model features a Swiss Sellita SW200 swiss movement which is better in terms of quality than a Japanese Miyota. Power via Arm Movement This is another cool feature on the Invicta 9937 Pro Diver. It consists of a 13 parts mechanism that work together to allow the watch to tell time without relying on batteries. Your arm movement, a kinetic energy, is in fact what gives power to an oscillating rotor to keep the watch working. Water Resistancy Like all the Invicta watches from the Pro Diver collection, the 9937 is water resistant to 660 feet ( 200m ), ideal for swimming, and yes you can take a shower with it without problems, but I don’t recommend going to do something extreme like diving with it in your hand. In order to prevent water to get inside the watch, this model is equipped with a screw down crown. It means that after adjusting the date or time on it, you must get it back where it was in order to keep the watch safe from water infiltration ( not doing so will cancel your warranties btw). You can adjust date/time by rotating the crown counterclockwise until it is open. Design Difference Between the 9937 and the 8926 As you can see in the image, there are two main differences in the design of the two Pro Diver watches. First the design of the unidirectional bezel of the 9937 which is finer than the older version…