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Old 12-23-2012, 08:46 PM   #4015
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Originally Posted by singincanary View Post
So watch snobs, are Invicta watches decent? Some good prices on Amazon and they look good aesthetically. Need a bang around watch and maybe one as a present.
I bought Invicta watches for my wedding party and everyone loves them and still wears them today. I daily one of two Invicta automatics or a Seiko 5 automatic (mostly at the gym).

Seiko 5s are great budget watches, take a beating, and they are pretty accurate out of the box.

Originally Posted by Jive Turkey View Post


Citizen ecodrive... Look them up, good prices on amazon bruce.

Invicta is just meh imo. Not worth the money when you can get a nice citizen for the same price. Invicta just make massive diver watches, Its more of an accessory than a watch I think.
Several Invicta watches actually use Seiko and Citizen movements. The one I showed you the other day has a Seiko movement. It's the most accurate automatic I own lol.

I have not been pleased with the Eco Drive. I have a $600 paper weight because the movement died on my titanium skyhawk. Also, I have a battery powered Citizen watch that keeps burning through batteries. Two different watch makers have told me it is likely a dying movement.

My wife did get me a Citizen chronograph that I wore for 3 years and I beat the **** out of it. That is a great watch. I don't trust Citizen's more complex watches though... They've all just died on me.

Originally Posted by Jive Turkey View Post
I didnt realize you can get them that cheap. Invicta will last and be fine though, like pats watch was nice if you saw it and Im sure he smashes it on everything
They have pricier models. I have an Invicta diver watch with a metal bracelet and a Swiss movement and it was about $200. It's also taken an absolute beating.
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