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Invicta I-Force Automatic Men's Leather Watch in Black or Brown drops from $108.97 to $49.99 when you use promo code "BRADWOWSDIN49"

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Nice find. Also worth checking TJ Maxx, they've had about 10 - 15 for $100-$200, and their the nice ones, too.. big face, glow in the dark, etc. MSRP up to $2,500 (but we know how that goes). Hope it helps someone Smilie And repped, OP.
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Personally prefer brown leather with a white face over black.
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Will this look acceptable on a skinny wrist?
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Personally prefer brown leather with a white face over black.
I bought a black one with the intention of putting a brown leather strap on it. Should look nice.
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Will this look acceptable on a skinny wrist?
Really depends on what you mean by skinny and what look you are going for. Most people will shy away from a watch that has lugs extending beyond the wrist, so I would do some measuring.

A 42mm watch is pretty big, but not among the largest in Invicta's lineup.
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Will this look acceptable on a skinny wrist?
Msrp $695? That would look good on anybody's wrist. Especially when they travelled all the way to 1990 for the braided leather watch band (you could order a braided leather belt from 1990 in a magazine to match) looks like they also travelled all the way to China for that Swiss automatic movement.
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looks like they also travelled all the way to China for that Swiss automatic movement


What makes you say that? Especially with such snark? This watch is powered by a Series 2 NH35A movement, which is manufactured by Seiko, which is (1) not Chinese, and (2) a very high quality manufacturer. The NH35A movement, in addition to automatic winding, has both hacking (allowing one to set the time to the exact second) and manual winding. This movement is very respectable, and can be found in watches that cost $200 or $300+. To be able to get this movement for $50 is a true bargain. As for your comment about the woven strap, if you don't like the strap, it's easy and inexpensive to buy a replacement strap, so I don't see why that would stop anyone from paying $50 for the watch. I'm not going to buy the watch because I have small wrists, and 42mm is too big for me, but I wouldn't dissuade anyone from purchasing this watch at this price. T1Ohno, I'd welcome your comments as to what I'm missing here.
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I had an Invicta watch, the thing was huge and waterproof down to just about test depth on a Virginia class submarine. I spent more than this on it about 10 years ago.

I wore it in the shower one time and it developed a moisture fog on the inside of the watchface.

I sent it back and paid a good amount for shipping, the replacement had the same problem. I won't be buying an Invicta again.
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Invictas are low quality, try a Seiko for similar price. Just putting my 2 cents
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What makes you say that? Especially with such snark? This watch is powered by a Series 2 NH35A movement, which is manufactured by Seiko, which is (1) not Chinese, and (2) a very high quality manufacturer. The NH35A movement, in addition to automatic winding, has both hacking (allowing one to set the time to the exact second) and manual winding. This movement is very respectable, and can be found in watches that cost $200 or $300+. To be able to get this movement for $50 is a true bargain. As for your comment about the woven strap, if you don't like the strap, it's easy and inexpensive to buy a replacement strap, so I don't see why that would stop anyone from paying $50 for the watch. I'm not going to buy the watch because I have small wrists, and 42mm is too big for me, but I wouldn't dissuade anyone from purchasing this watch at this price. T1Ohno, I'd welcome your comments as to what I'm missing here.
Today, industry analysts say that Invicta has the highest visibility and popularity of any watch company in the world. I can believe it. People consider it an American watch company since it has headquarters in Florida. Interesting enough, they don't manufacture their watches.

Like most watch companies in the current era, Invicta watches are Asian. When I say Asian, I mean made in CHINA. China Chinese made in China. Don't fool yourself this is not an MSRP $695 Watch none of there Watches are and nothing inside your POS $50 watch will make it a $200 or $300 Watch. It will always be a made in China Invicta. If you are not a name brand, Swiss Watch, watch snob like me than this shouldn't bother you at all. You could care less about the $200 movement behind the bootleg name.
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You have to be an idiot to care AT ALL about 'MSRP' on THIS forum.

The watch is a Japanese made, foreign assembled, well known, solid movement with hacking and hand winding, typically as accurate as watches 10x the cost. As mentioned, it's a darling of watches from $100-$300+ and is commonly used in micro brand one offs that run over $500. The movements are yes likely assembled in China into a Chinese case. I wouldn't expect 200m water proofing or completely flawless machining or finishing, though the Chinese ARE capable of those things when they want to.

As far as value, this in particular is an AMAZING value and an ideal first step for those who want to try an automatic watch.
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I bit on this deal, and boy do I regret it. I never owned an Invicta and decided to see for myself whether it was a good brand, or not. This watch definitely feels like it's a $50 watch, and the I am returning it now.
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