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…