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Invicta Pro Diver 200M Automatic Black Dial INV8926 Mens Watch
Invicta are not Swiss fashion watches. A look into their Pro Diver Collection and you shall be out of all doubts. Steadfast, ready to take a plunge – venture out to any horizon with guidance from an Invicta Pro Diver! They are stylish and classic, with great internal workings. Willingly navigate up to depths of 250 meters or a bit more with your confident prowess, the INV8926 shall prove its mettle with fortitude. Any pro-level diver looking for the quintessential factors to keep up performance shall find this big, bold and masculine Discount Invicta Men's watches top choice in affordable luxury.
Despite its toughness, its classically styled features make it an apt fit for casual to semi-formal occasions and events and even a work-wear but the fun part is – It need not be necessarily the waterside!
The INV8629 draws your attention firstly for its precise construction. The solid stainless steel case is 40mm or 1.57 inches wide and got a black face. It has luminous hands and markers but it’s the Merc-resembling seconds-hand bottom that makes the show! A unidirectional black bezel with white numerals and markings creates a sharp, distinct yet serious look. The anti-reflective mineral crystal helps in giving it more prominence against the highly-polished stainless steel.
A little diversion here: Invicta 8926 Automatic Invicta Watches Australia is also the watch that kept Invicta in business! During the ‘80s quartz boom, Invicta also went the paths where other Swiss watch firms had been; its Submariner looks at less than a-tenth of the cost - more than that an unrivalled quality and performance – helped them stay afloat. Let’s dip into again and note further.
The NH35A movement is typical; it can give others (e.g. SW200 and the ETA 2824) a run for their money. Featuring everything these two Swiss movements offer but at well under half the cost, it is as accurate as any standard grade Invicta Automatic watches Australia; maybe a notch down from the COSC gradation.
So have your cake and eat it too! With other Swiss stuff, you can’t risk using them even if they are built for the purpose. Unless you are Bill Gates himself, of course. But you can always buy one with comparable features, grade of materials and craftsmanship, wear it till its junk, toss it out and go for another. Or, a new design with a different set of features; you don’t have to worry about typically high costs. That includes servicing and reconditioning – yet another fun part is, that’s a cost higher than the cost of a new INV8269!
This is where the hammer finally hits the nail in rough-use luxury, squarely on its head! No clever advertising, no hyperbolic hypes – that doesn’t do now, even with the Swiss! It’s no good till it’s good. The INV8269 fits in perfectly