Bought this watch because it kinda looks like a Rolex Daytona, not to fool anyone, just for fun. For the money, its really not a bad watch. The finish is what you would expect or better, the bracelet is heafty and looks very good, the case is solid and well made. The face and hands are not top quality, but then consider the cost. They look good for the value. Already have had a few comments on the watch. For the money, if you want a watch you can wear and not worry about, its a good choice if you like this style. As with other reviewers, I wish they didnt put the Invicta on the side off the case, but other than that I dont have any complaints. Oh yeah, seems to keep good time also. One infal complaint is that the hands could be a bit more readable. If you want a watch you can easily read at glance (and you are over 40) keep looking!
I bought this watch to fit under a long-sleeved button-down shirt's cuff, and it does. It is a classier, dressier Invicta watch than my other sport and diver watches. The white face with the 3 small black subdial surrounds is understated. It is 40mm, smallish. The weights of the watch and the band are light and very comfortable. This has the brushed stainless band with center polished links, a nice contrast. No numbered hour markings, but the time is easily read. It does have a date window between 4 and 5 o'clock, but no magnification window and it is small so you'll have to have young eyes or squint to read it. Now the detractions, and why I only gave it 4 stars. This is a chrono watch, but the subdials are too small to be read accurately, you estimate the exact locations or time marked on them. The chrono stems don't easily screw down completely. With this issue I doubt the 200M depth rating can be achieved. And the speed computer bezel is non-functional, way too small, and is actually unnoticeable.
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