Save Big On Open-Box & Preowned: Buy "Invicta Men's 1515 I Force Collection 18k Gold Ion...” from Amazon Warehouse Deals and save over 90% off the $695.00 list price. Product is eligible for Amazon's 30-day returns policy and Prime or FREE Shipping. See all Open-Box & Preowned offers from Amazon Warehouse Deals.
Invicta Men's 1515 I Force Collection 18k Gold Ion-Plated Watch with Black Cloth-Covered Band
|Price:||$92.84 & FREE Shipping. FREE Returns. Details|
|You Save:||$602.16 (87%)|
- Round watch featuring sleek black dial with stencil-like numerals, date window at 4 o'clock, and three subdials
- 46 mm gold ion-plated stainless steel case and mineral dial window
- Japanese quartz movement with analog display
- Cloth-covered band with buckle closure and left-handed crown/pushers
- Water resistant to 100 m (330 ft)
Special Offers and Product Promotions
An undeniable force to be reckoned with, the Invicta Men's 1515 I Force Collection Chronograph Strap Watch is the perfect marriage of style and superior functionality. This rugged yet refined timepiece begins with a round 45mm 18k yellow gold-plated stainless steel case with a fixed bezel and a prominent textured crown on the left side of the case with two pushers. These elements surround a dashing black dial, which is protected by a hardened mineral crystal and features white Arabic numeral hour markers with a stenciled look and luminous hands powered by reliable Japanese quartz movement. The dial also features three chronograph sub-dials offering 60-second, 60-minute and 1/10th-of-a-second sub-dials, a tachymeter scale on the inner bezel and a date display window at the 4 'o clock position. A black cloth strap with leather backing keeps this watch on the wrist, while a buckle clasp ensures its secure placement. Finally, this watch boasts water resistance up to 330 feet (100 meters). A stellar addition to any watch collection, don't let this Invicta slip through your hands.See all Product Description
- Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 5.9 x 5.9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Origin: Switzerland
- ASIN: B005FMZY36
- Item model number: 1515
- Date first available at Amazon.com: November 4, 2011
- Domestic Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
- International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
- Average Customer Review:
|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Invicta|
|Dial window material type||Mineral|
|Case material||Stainless steel|
|Case diameter||45 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||13 millimeters|
|Band length||Men's Standard|
|Band width||21 millimeters|
|Bezel material||Stainless Steel|
|Special features||Luminous, Chronograph, measures-seconds|
|Item weight||3.52 Ounces|
|Water resistant depth||100 Meters|
Top Customer Reviews
All my watches are extremely well taken care of. I seldom wear one two days in a row and they are stored in either a watch winder or watch case, depending on the movement.
I have had this model for over two years and it had been trouble free until a few days ago. Then the small hour hand for the timer fell off. This was under normal wear. I had an extended warranty, so was not concerned. However, when I went to Invicta's site for info on getting the watch repaired, I found a number of concerns. One, you must prepay for shipping the watch back to you. And, they charge $28 for shipping. Plus, you are paying to ship the watch back to them. Also, I received a notice that the repair estimate was close to $40 if it is not covered by warranty. There are no guidelines as to way it would not be covered.
So, at a minimum, you are paying at least $40 for shipping both ways. Possibly another $40 in repair work. In addition, they say it will take 3 months to complete the work. Given how much I paid for the watch, this makes no sense at all. Why wait three months and end up paying close to the purchase price to get a repaired item back?
Unfortunately, this does not seem like a viable option and I can't recommend this company.
(NOTE: this entire series is essentially the same watch.)
Invicta Men's 1512 I Force Collection Chronograph Strap WatchInvicta Men's 1515 I Force Collection Chronograph Strap WatchInvicta Men's 1516 I Force Collection Chronograph Strap WatchInvicta Men's 1513 I Force Collection Chronograph Strap WatchInvicta Men's 1516 I Force Collection Chronograph Strap Watch
The watch is Big, very big, but the on-line information accurately states this. The Gold and Black appearance is rather nice and the white dials and red second hand make it very easy to read. The outside of the band is a medium-coarse black fabric with black stitching and the inside is a leather that is quite comfortable if wearing the watch all day. The gold appearance of the bezel is near the orange end of the Gold scale. The look of the lines and general appearance of the bezel are sharp and crisp.
The stop-watch function is nice, but many of us have no need for this and instead it rather just adds to the appearance of the "Tachymeter" style design. I will give it a point off for accuracy, it seems to gain about 3 seconds each week. I have two Accutron watches that I paid about the same price for though they did have a slightly higher list. One of the Accutrons gains about 2 seconds in 6 months and the other one will lose 3 sec in 6 months. Not bad by historical standards of watch accuracy, but I expected a little better with all the "Swiss Swiss Swiss" hype.
The MSRP of $600 (or more) is ridiculous. Also, I believe Invicta's extended warranty (which is based on your watch model's MSRP) is silly and just presents an opportunity for Invicta to make more money. Heck, FOSSIL watches are guaranteed for thirteen years! I don't expect much from a watch that comes with a one-year warranty. And I guess Invicta doesn't either. So, get this watch because you like the style, because you want to impress, or just for the fun of it. At about $100, that's exactly what this watch is for. BTW, there are slightly-confused and confusing instructions for setting the timer sub-dials to the straight-up 12 o'clock position. ("zeroing them out)" The instructions lead one to believe that the "A" button will reset a sub-dial, and that the "B" button switches WHICH SUB-DIAL the "A" button is affecting. <WHEW>
WRONG. In fact, the "B" button does NOT change which sub-dial you are zeroing. After you follow the initial instructions to get into this mode, the "A" button moves the SECOND HAND ONLY. The "B" button moves the TENTHS HAND ONLY. To "zero" the minute button, you must keep the "A" button depressed until the MINUTE HAND has progressed to the 12 o'clock position. Be careful as you close in on it. Stop holding "A" shortly before the MINUTE HAND is straight up. Then just nudge the SECOND HAND one press-at-a-time. Fortunately you may not have to do this at all, and if you do (I did) you will most likely only have to do it once.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Christmas present for husband. He absolutely loves it. Great quality. Even more elegant than picture shows.Published 29 days ago by goblue01
Silly me. I fell for the Black Friday "deal." This watch was advertised as being a $600+ watch. Read morePublished 1 month ago by staceyxile
Best watch ever great design very high quality a must have thank you . I am very satisfiedPublished 2 months ago by Oussama boudrik
The shipping was great. I purchased this on Black Friday for about $75. Unfortunately since its imported, I feel like the strap isn't as well crafted as it should be. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Phi