Last edited by entropy96; October 29th, 2013 at 23:00.
Tudor Black Bay (on OEM bracelet) | Rado Original Automatic 648.0408.3.161 | Royal Orient WE0011JB | Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch 3184.108.40.206.01.005 | Casio G-Shock GWF-1000-1DR
GW-M5630E-9JR, GA-400-4A, DW-6900SG, GW-5000-1JF, GWF-1000-1DR, GW-200Z-1DR, GW-9200-1, GX-56-1B, G-5600E, G-6900-1, DW-5600MS, G-7302RL (non-functioning)
Credor Eichi (when pigs fly) | Credor Eichi II (when fishes talk) | FP Journe Chronometre Bleu (acquired) | Urban Jurgensen & Sonner Ref. 3 (acquired) | D.Dornbluth & Sohn Cal. 99.5 (acquired) | Moritz Grossmann BENU Rose Gold (acquired)
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The OP has less than 30 posts - I would take a little more time before thinking someone a troll.
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If you like Invicta, you might like some of the Sector models too. When I lived in Italy, they were for sale everywhere! They are rarely seen for sale in the U.S. but readily available from European on-line sources.
All Chronographs except one! * Vulcain Nautique 1st Swiss/1967 * Seiko 5 SpeedTimer 1st Auto Chrono, from Tokyo Ginza/1969 * Big handful of old Seiko Quartz Chronos *Heuer Re-issue 1963 Pre-TAG Carrera * TAG Heuer "Carrera" Chrono * Omega "Speedmaster" 7751 * Baume & Mercier Formula S * Zenith "El Primero" HW * Mühle Glashütte Nautische * Sinn 903ST “Navitimer” * Techné SparrowHawk II * Alpina Startimer Big-Date * Zodiac Sea Dragon * (2) Victorinox "Infantry Vintage" (Silver/Green) * Junkers "G38" * Hamilton Pioneer Khaki * Bulova Marine Star Chrono/Diver * Breitling Chronospace * Dan Henry "1939" * Fortuna chrono * Delbana "Silverstone" * Ball Fireman "Storm Chaser" * William L. chrono * Junghans Meister Telemeter Chronoscope * Guinand Duograph * (Red = Given away to relative)
I'm at a loss. While I'm not too fond of the Invicta shown, I own a couple I like.
This has been a great knock around watch I've worn or about four years I think. One battery change. Bracelet is beyond comfortable.
I recently got this one because most sub homages are too small at 40mm. I picked it up for $60, replaced the rubber strap and threw a mesh bracelet on it. Photo doesn't do it justice, but the mesh and the carbon fiber dial give a great illusion that the pattern runs from the bracelet and through the dial.
Oh, and I own a Breitling and an Omega, have owned Rolex, Tag, Movado, etc in the past. Yet Invictas, Sottomarinos, Seikos still have a place in my collection.
OP: so.....which one did you get ? you've gotten a lot of feedback.
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