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- Round watch featuring corrugated unidirectional bezel, luminous hands/markers, and magnified date window at 3 o'clock
- 40mm stainless steel case with mineral dial window; Dial material: metal
- Japanese automatic movement with analog display; Crystal type: mineral
- Also features stainless steel link bracelet with fold-over clasp and safety closure, screw-down crown, and exhibition case back
- Water resistant to 200m (660 ft.)
- The bezel rotates / can be turned anti-clockwise
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|Dial Window Material Type||Mineral|
|Clasp Type||fold over clasp with safety|
|Case Material||Stainless Steel|
|Case Diameter||40 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||14 millimetres|
|Band Material||Stainless Steel|
|Band Width||20 millimetres|
|Bezel Material||stainless steel plated|
|Bezel Function||turnable bezel|
|Special Features||luminescent hands|
|Water Pressure Resistance||20 bar|
|Warranty Description||2 Years Invicta Watch Warranty (+1 year extended warranty after registration)|
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I soon realised that the reason was the bracelet. The only one I can get on with is my Citizen Promaster dive watch. Your experience may differ.
Having removed it and applied various Nato's this transformed the watch.
The watch is 40mm which is what I consider to be the standard size (although I wear watches from 35mm upwards), the bezel is precise and quite stiff with no slackness. The case feels solid and the case back adds to the look and reduces the wieght, add to that the Seiko NH35A movement, 24 jewels and you have a very nice package.
The screw down crown is quite difficult to re-engage, but hopefully I wont need to do lots of adjustments!
The cyclops for me just looks right on a watch up to 40mm, anything larger and they really stand out too much.
I have included some nice shots for your pleasure.
For the £90 you wouldn't be expecting much, but this Pro Diver defies those expectations.
It has a firm 120 Click, Unidirectional bezel. A screw-down crown. The lume is decent but could be better. Good quality materials are clearly used. This watch also features an exhibition caseback, with a classic Invicta yellow rotor- a very nice touch. Most impressively is probably the Seiko NH35A automatic movement, a well-known and reliable movement, with a hacking feature!
It is clearly a homage to its more opulent cousin the Rolex Submariner, and it definitely carries the Submariner elegance. However, do not dismiss the watch as merely a copycat, as it also has its own personality too, shown through the counterbalance on the second hand, the 'Invicta' engraving on the side of the case, and the yellow rotor.
However, I find the stem a little wobbly, and difficult to push in after adjusting the time (and yes, I mean before I screw the crown down). Also, I have noticed a small chip on the bezel, though this is hardly noticeable. Though the strap seems good quality, the clasp is a little stiff, though i'm sure this will wear over time.
This watch definitely fulfills its pricetag, and more!
To say you can pay upwards of £200 for an Armani watch that houses a cheap mass produced movement, this watch is a bargain, and carries exceptional quality!
I have many mechanical/automatic watches but none have performed this well.
Easily adjusted the watch strap by removing three links and use of the micro adjustment facility on the clasp.
Looks absolutely stunning on the wrist and is a really comfortable fit.
It hacks so it is easy to set time against my atomic timekeeper although I have only had to do this once which is simply astounding for an automatic watch in this price bracket.
What a bargain and I cannot recommend highly enough.
I will update in a few months time to see if this remarkable time keeping performance continues.
Also have had two showers now with this watch on and it shows no ingress of water.
After one week this watch has lost just six seconds!!!
Right let me talk watch, apologies for the above waffle. The watch case and glass are good quality. Inspect cheaper watches closely and you'll see the numbers, dials, markers, lettering and luminous paint are not all exactly in the same place. Not so here, everything is spot on and quality. The watch has a solid feel and reassuring weight. The time is also visible at night, thanks to its luminous markers. The bezel is good quality and rotates anti clockwise with nice even clicks. The glass both on the front and back is mineral based, thick and scratch resistant to a decent level, probably not sapphire crystal. Note there is a bubble of glass that sits on top of the glass above the date, this is to magnify the date, I like it but some may not so be aware. The crown is push and screw down, it can also be used to wind the watch despite it being an automatic. The movement is Japanese , a tried and tested work horse. My watch has gained thirty seconds in three weeks, not bad at all for a mechanical watch under £400. If you're brave enough or have the skill you can open the watch and adjust it to run faster or slower. The watch bracelet is decent, I've heard comments about it being light, yes it is but it works really well with the watch. You want heavy like some of my other watches you're gonna pay upwards of £400 for a genuine branded bracelet! There is also fold over safety clasp. I have tested the watch to a depth of about five metres and it has not leaked.
In summary I paid under seventy quid for a watch i'd easily pay one fifty for and still be happy with a bargain!