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Invicta Men's F0003 Reserve Collection Venom Chronograph Gunmetal Ion-Plated Watch
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- Precise Swiss-quartz movement
- Flame-fusion crystal; brushed and polished gun metal stainless steel case; black rubber strap
- Chronograph functions with 60 second. 30 minute and 1/10 of a second sub dials; date function
- Blue dial with luminous hands and hour markers; black unidirectional bezel; screw down crown and pushers
- Invicta Reserve 5-Year Warranty Included with Shipment
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Taking its name from "invincible" in Latin, the Invicta watch company was founded in Switzerland in 1837. Exceptional in design and craftsmanship, Invicta watches like this Activa reflect the company's founding principle of offering high-quality Swiss watches at affordable prices. The Dome Crystal Champagne/Red Watch features a rectangular champagne-color face, luminous oversize numerals/markers, and silvertone hands and bezel with globular crown/pushers and dome crystal. Adjustable red leather-like band. Water resistant to 130'. Imported. Band: 11/16W". Face: 1-7/8Lx1-3/4W".
Dive to the deepest depths with the dramatic Invicta Men's Exclusive Reserve Collection Venom Chronograph Gunmetal Ion-Plated Watch. This timepiece is distinguished by a rounded black stainless steel bezel with unidirectional movement and white Arabic numeral minute markers. A sporty, black rubber band joins to a black, ion-plated stainless steel case that houses a deep blue dial. Luminescent white dot hour indicators mingle with white stick minute markers, while three subdials, a date window at the four o'clock position, and white skeleton hands round out the dial of this high-performing timepiece. This watch is water resistant to an impressive 3,280 feet (1,000 m).
The exceptional taste and distinguished palate of the connoisseur will discover timeless pleasure within the Invicta Reserve Collection. Specially developed for those in the know, The Reserve Collection is a reinvention of the superb to create the ultimate in horological finery. These limited quantity; exclusively hand-made timepieces represent a pinnacle in superiority for the discerning aficionado.See all Product Description
- Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 5.9 x 5.9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0006GN9II
- Item model number: INVICTA-F0003
- Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
- Date first available at Amazon.com: November 23, 2009
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Invicta|
|Dial window material type||Flame Fusion|
|Case material||Stainless steel|
|Case diameter||5.4 centimeters|
|Case Thickness||22 millimeters|
|Band width||26 millimeters|
|Bezel material||Stainless steel|
|Special features||Luminous, Water Resistant|
|Item weight||16 Ounces|
|Water resistant depth||3280 Feet|
Top Customer Reviews
Be warned this is a huge watch and not for the faint of heart. I have an 8-1/2" wrist and it fits well. I don't know if the rubber strap will be comfortable on a larger wrist or not. I ordered the black Venom ss bracelet from Invicta for $112.00 including shipping. So for $496.00 I have the venom with the rubber and ss bracelets. The bracelet will be more comfortable and suite the bigger wrists.
So if you are looking for a big, beefy, monter of a watch this is it. Buy it and you'll see.
The down side of these time pieces are that you can't take them to your local watch maker for simple maintenance such as a battery change or else you will void the warranty. That if you decide to send these beauties back to Invicta for repair/maintenance it will normally take 6-8 months to get them back. My friend had his Invicta serviced for a cleaning and battery change and it took Invicta 7 months to send it back.Not to mention, you have to include about $25.00 processing and pay for shipping both ways. Apparently, Invicta collects these hefty beauty's and ships them off in batches over seas for servicing.
Again, I love these hefty beauts, however, there has to be a better way to maintain them, an authorized Invicta dealer to take them for repair. Another friend who used to work in the watch industry said that these watches are knock offs of more pricier watches/time pieces. That you can never get the proper battery number for these time pieces as to avoid burning out the coil mechanisms within the piece itself. Some posters to other forums had detailed that they have called Invicta to find out the exact number or kind of battery for these time pieces and were told that they weren't allowed to disclose that information.Read more ›
So I just got back from Hawaii, went diving for a bit, barely made it 20 feet, when I surfaced, I noticed the watch had moisture built inside. Emailed Invicta, they wanted me to send it to them, pay for both the shipping ($28) and fixing costs (not sure how much $$) and would take up to 9 weeks to fix the watch. What a joke of a company and product. Stay away and buy Casio G-Shocks or Citizen. TRUST me.
This is a heavy, good looking, well made watch. It is probably the largest watch you'll ever wear, aside from a diving watch. The watch has 3 small faces inside. One is the "seconds" counter arm, the other is a 1/10 sec counter and the last is a 30 minute counter with 5 min. intervals. The buttons you see on the side are all screw/push buttons, meaning, in order to set the time, date and use the watch's stop-watch function, you must first unscrew the buttons to be able to press them; this prevents accidental activation of any of the buttons.
The watch has 3 arms, but only 2 are functional 24/7, the hour and minute of course; the smallest/thinnest one that looks like a seconds arm, doesn't move for regular time keeping; it only moves as a seconds counter for when using the stop-watch function. The bezel you see at the edge of the face can also be rotated for time tracking/synchronise.
Setting the time and date is easy: simply unscrew the main knob, this will unlock it. Once unlocked, you'll notice the watch's knob has two positions when pulled, a light pull will get you to the date setting; then pull all the way out for time setting, once done, push it back in and screw to lock.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
after 6 month the wach get a fog from inside and after one year the strip hase been cutPublished 3 months ago by Hassan S.
Watch looks great but after swimming in the ocean moisture somehow got into the face of the watch and it fogs up for a while.Published 6 months ago by L. Lindsay
Very nice watch...... IT IS VERY BIG. Unless you have a huge wrist this will be big for most people.Published 6 months ago by john cooley
Great watch! Invicta delivers again! The band is a little stiff but once it's worn a couple times it breaks in nicely, also once you get used to the weight it's like wearing any... Read morePublished 7 months ago by JT F.
Just received the watch today; love the Sunday delivery with Prime! This is the first Invicta watch I have purchased. I plan to buy more of them. I love this watch! Read morePublished 8 months ago by Hoosyerdaddy