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Invicta Men's Pro Diver 40mm Steel & Gold Tone SS Automatic Watch EXPIRED

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Amazon has Invicta Men's Pro Diver 40mm Steel and Gold Tone Stainless Steel Automatic Watch (8928OB) on sale for $44.97. Shipping is free.

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About this Product:
  • Case and Dial
    • Case Size: 40mm
  • Case Material: Stainless Steel
  • Bezel Material: Stainless Steel
  • Bezel Color: Blue
  • Crown Type: Screw Down
  • Crystal Type: Mineral
  • Dial Material: Metal
  • Case Back: Exhibition
  • Movement
    • Caliber: NH35A
    • Function Type: Automatic
  • Band:
    • Tone: Steel, Gold
    • Length: 210mm
    • Size: 20mm
  • Water Resistance: 200m

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Amazon [amazon.com] has Invicta Men's Pro Diver 40mm Steel & Gold Tone Stainless Steel Automatic Watch w/ Coin Edge Bezel (89280B) on sale for $44.97. Shipping is free.

Much lower than seen anywhere else , lowest I have seen it in a while
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lsheng2 asked this question on 02-26-2022 at 11:55 AM
02-26-2022 at 02:36 PM
I think you are mistaken. The prices you see for Invicta are never an official msrp. Its whatever they are selling for. The official msrp for these are those $600-1000 prices that no one would ever pay for an invicta

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I own this watch in this exact color way. Invicta haters regularly come out of the woodwork, trash this watch and then recommend something costing two or three times as much. For $45, this thing is a steal. It's powered by a well regarded Seiko automatic movement and the case is all stainless steel and nicely finished. And the exhibition caseback is just plain cool. People who will nitpick over the mineral versus sapphire crystal, alumimun vs ceramic bezel, hollow endlinks and pressed steel clasp seem to lose sight of the fact that we're talking about a sub $50 automatic watch.

Legitimate reasons not to buy this watch:

If you don't appreciate the old fashioned charm of automatic (self-winding mechanical) movements, look elsewhere.
If you hate the idea of a Submariner homage, look for an original design. But but don't harp on Invicta for copying Rolex's iconic design, because they're far from the only company that does this.
If you're willing to brave the wild world of Aliexpress and other Chinese retail sites, you can get a similar Submariner homage with better specs for not a lot more ($75-$100)
The Invicta logo engraved on the side of the case bugs the crap out of some people.
Are you sure you want a dive watch? It gets its 200 meter water resistance in part due to its screw down crown, as does just about every other dive watch on the planet. If you forget to screw that crown back down after setting the time and get it wet, even once, you WILL ruin your watch.
Invicta's QC and manufacturing processes have come a long way. Gold tone actually looks like gold. They use the TMI NH35a automatic movements like Seiko does and while they aren't as smooth as a NE88, Swiss made 25 jewel automatic they are decently accurate (but not Quartz accurate)

For this price nothing can touch it. There are better watches to be had albeit at a 300% increase in price.
Considering current situation.... Vostok might not be a best suggestion.

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Can someone comment on the quality difference , if any, with a similar Seiko or Citizen? Is the Eco the best way to go? Good choice? Any suggestions on another brand at the roughly $150-$200. level?
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At this price point, you're much better off with a Casio Duro.
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Can someone comment on the quality difference , if any, with a similar Seiko or Citizen? Is the Eco the best way to go? Good choice? Any suggestions on another brand at the roughly $150-$200. level?
If you're looking for a diver watch in that price range, I strongly recommend considering Orient Mako II
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The movement (NH35A) isn't a bad one and it's a better movement than what's in the Seiko watches that others have posted. Those Seikos have a 7S26 which is pretty much bottom of the barrel when it comes to automatic Japanese movements. The movement in the Hamilton is a pretty good one - the H-10 is basically a modified version of the ETA 2824-2. That ETA movement is, arguably, a better movement than what is in the Invicta.

That being said, most people are gonna laugh at you for getting an Invicta...
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Can someone comment on the quality difference , if any, with a similar Seiko or Citizen? Is the Eco the best way to go? Good choice? Any suggestions on another brand at the roughly $150-$200. level?
A lot of people love Invicta. This is one of the few they sell that isn't huge and garish. If you like it, get it. It's 50$, for that much, it's fine. If you want to go 150-200, yeah get a Seiko, Citizen or Orient dive watch. If accuracy matters to you, get a quartz watch. Automatics
in this range will likely gain or lose 10-20 seconds an hour.
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These are craps, go for something you can enjoy. Spend couple of hundred more and get a good watches. Say iconic seiko skx009j or seiko sport 5 srpe53 or hamilton khaki field or if u wanna save more orient meastro. Go for automatic not quartz its like Samsung phone vs apple resale values retains.
Automatic comes with its own set of obligations in terms of ongoing maintenance. Make sure you know what you are getting into. Nothing wrong in Quartz IMHO.
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Can someone comment on the quality difference , if any, with a similar Seiko or Citizen? Is the Eco the best way to go? Good choice? Any suggestions on another brand at the roughly $150-$200. level?
Invicta's QC and manufacturing processes have come a long way. Gold tone actually looks like gold. They use the TMI NH35a automatic movements like Seiko does and while they aren't as smooth as a NE88, Swiss made 25 jewel automatic they are decently accurate (but not Quartz accurate)

For this price nothing can touch it. There are better watches to be had albeit at a 300% increase in price.
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At this price point, you're much better off with a Casio Duro.
While tru ppl with small wrists like myself would look really huge with a duro shame Casio didn't make a duro mini at 40mm
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Honestly, forget all the discussion about the movement, the brand, etc and just understand this. That gold coloring is going to rub off FAST and then you're left with the choice between wearing a really dumb and cheap looking watch, or pressing on and continuing to wear it even though you probably won't feel too good about doing so.

Save yourself the $40 throwaway and get something else. As someone else mentioned if you're looking for something this cheap and similarly styled get a Casio Duro.
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I have a watch collection of maybe 50 watches including the Invicta 8926. This watch has a good movement and is well worth $45. I have maybe a dozen dive watches including the Orient Mako. The Orient is one of my favorites but costs more. I don't like this particular Invicta version however with the 2 tone. And the Vostok Amphibia? I have 2. It's good but 2x the price of this Invicta. I say if you like the look of this automatic then I say go for it.
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Understandable. Have you looked at Vostok Amphibia?
Considering current situation.... Vostok might not be a best suggestion.
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