|Price:||$398.00 & FREE Shipping|
- Made in USA or Imported
- Precise 24 jewels japanese automatic movement
- Flame-fusion crystal; brushed and polished stainless steel case and bracelet
- Magnified date window at 3:00
- White dial with black and white hands and hour markers; luminous; unidirectional stainless steel bezel with black ring; screw-down crown; exhibition case back
- Water resistant to 660 feet (200 M): suitable for recreational scuba diving
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Stainless steel case with a stainless steel bracelet. Rotating blacl ion-plated bezel. White dial with luminous hands and index hour markers. Minute markers around the outer rim. Luminiscent hands and markers. Date display appears at the 3 o'clock position. Automatic movement. Scratch resistant mineral crystal. Textured steel crown. Skeleton case back. Case diameter: 44 mm. Case thickness: 14 mm. Deployment clasp. Water resistant at 200 meters/ 660 feet. Invicta Pro Diver White Dial Automatic Mens Watch 1002.
The Invicta Men's 1002 Pro Diver Automatic White Dial Stainless Steel Watch is a burst of style that demands attention. Boasting a white analog dial, date display and a silver stainless steel band, this timepiece is sure to attract attention and compliments.See all Product description
- Product Dimensions: 4.7 x 5.1 x 5.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.46 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B004R09A4G
- Item model number: 1002
- Date first available at Amazon.com: November 22, 2010
- 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||43 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||13 millimeters|
|Band Material||Stainless Steel|
|Band width||22 millimeters|
|Bezel material||Stainless Steel|
|Item weight||16 Ounces|
|Water resistant depth||660 Feet|
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I like the NH35A movement which includes hacking and stem winding with 24 jewels, the screw down stem, the white face with black outline hands which are easy to read, the stainless steel case and band that will never ever lose it's plating, positive closing clasp, close fitting links in the band and the size/heft of the assemble.
The magnification lens is not perfectly centered over the date when you look at the date with the watch perpendicular to your eye. For a purist, this a mistake. For a user, I find that this is an advantage. The wrist moves naturally to an angle where the lens is in correct alignment with the date.
I have no knowledge of the ability of seeing this watch in the dark. If I want to know the time in the dark, I use my smart phone. I find that after repairing my Rolex Submariner for five times the price of this watch, I enjoy this watch almost as much as my Rolex.
I bought it on Black Friday and paid around $130 CDN for it once shipping, duty and sales taxes were factored in. I can't say if it'd be worth the $400 they claim is the 'regular' price but I'm very happy with it, it's a great buy at the sale price.
It is huge and heavy- I was expecting a big heavy watch but I was still a little surprised, it's quite a bit bigger than any other dive watch I've ever had. I like my watches big and heavy so if anything, this was a plus, but for people who don't this could be a big negative.
The glowing dial is interesting but it's not all that useful as I find the green hands on a green dial makes it somewhat difficult to read. So while I like the novelty of the luminous dial, I have better watches for night/low light and those who are buying it for readability in the dark would probably be better off with something that has a dark or non-luminous face but glowing numbers.
It also goes off time if you skip wearing it for a day- I was sick for two days and didn't put it on and then found that it was off by a few hours. That's to be expected on a self-winding watch and it's easy to manually wind it up when this happens so I won't bother to buy an automatic winding stand but for those who don't want to deal with this issue that would be the solution; when I wear it regularly it keeps accurate time.
(Original Review - May 2012) - I wanted an inexpensive automatic watch that was easy to see without having to put on my reading glasses (I'm in my late 50's). This watch has been perfect for that. I've been wearing it for several weeks now and really like it. It's running about 6 seconds fast per day - which is plenty accurate enough for me. At first I thought it might be broken as it cannot be manually wound by unscrewing the crown and twisting the crown back and forth. The crown just spins freely at that point. (Note - when the crown is pulled out a bit further, it does allow the date and time to be correctly set).
As it turns out, with this particular movement (Japanese NH25A) the watch only winds when it is in motion such as shaking it back and forth or when worn on the wrist. It does not have a manual wind feature. Also when unscrewing the crown to set the time, the second hand does not stop. That is also normal for this movement. Apparently watches with the more expensive NH35A movement do have both these capabilitues - manual wind as well as the second hand stopping when setting the time (also known as hacking). It's possible the NH25A might be more reliable over time over the NH35A, as it likely has fewer parts that could break. That is just my own speculation. I have no experience to support that view.
I did find that on the NH25A, the second hand can be temporarily stopped (held in place) by slightly rotating the crown backwards when setting the time. That way I was able to keep the second hand right at twelve and set the minute hand exactly to the right time. As a result, each time the second hand passes the 12 mark, the minute hand is perfectly aligned to its minute marks on the dial. It may be that that is not good for the movement. I don't really know. But it works for me and I like having everything lined up as the second hand passes 12 each time. So I plan to continue to do it.
Because I thought my watch was possibly broken, I contacted Invicta customer service to activate a repair. I told them that the watch wouldn't manually wind. The technical support person said to send it back to their Florida repair location and they would repair it free of charge (possibly taking up to 90 days - honestly...that seemed excessive since my watch was still brand new!). However, they agreed to give me a free extension on my warranty from 1 year to 5 years. In the end, that seemed a fair trade as I had other watches I could wear in the interim if the repair actually took that long.
But, before I sent it off, I read on the internet that "manual wind" is not included as a capability with the NH25A movement and I realized then that the watch was not actually broken and was working perfectly. I again called Invicta's customer support just to confirm this and when patched through to speak to another technical support person, he immediately confirmed that I was correct - the NH25A does not have a manual wind capability. It only winds when being moved around or when worn on the wrist. New person...correct data...problem solved.
I would have thought that the first technical support person I called would have known that and told me that. But that was not the case. That tells me Invicta is definitely having problems with consistency in the relaibility of the information being provided by personnel in their customer/tech support dept.
One other thing, when the watch arrived, the bezel was almost impossible to turn by hand. I'm strong and it took a real effort to get it to move. Very annoying as that is one of the main features I use everyday as a simple timer. After a quick Google search, someone mentioned having the same problem - a very stiff bezel. They solved it by putting some liquid soap all around the bezel edges and letting it soak in and then and washing it off with water and doing this back and forth a few times. I did the same and after several tries, the bezel started freeing up and started turning much more easily. As of now, it's a lot easier to turn and can be done with one hand but still requires more of a pinching effort to spin the bezel than I would like.
That said, I still really like this watch and would highly recommend it without hesitation.
Lastly, I did change out the bracelet in favor of a rubber strap I had lying around. The bracelet it comes with is nice looking and seems to be of good quality, however it does make some "clinking" noise as it moves around on the wrist. I did take the time to fit the bracelet correctly to my wrist size and had to remove a few links to do it. Still the "clinking" noise remained and I was aware of it.
In my case, I do a lot of work in a machine shop type environment and it has been much easier to do my work with a tight fitting rubber strap holding the watch to my wrist, as opposed to a looser fitting metal bracelet more easily banging into things. This is a personal preference and would not apply to most.
As a final note, I have a couple of pretty high end Tag Heuer watches (one in the several thousand dollar range) as well as automatic diver watch with a Swiss ETA movement (that closely resembles the Rolex Submariner) and the Invicta 1002 is the only one I am wearing these days. It's easy to read, it keeps great time, it has a rotating bezel that I use every day, and even after banging into lots of things while working - the crystal remains unscratched. For $100, I consider that I got a great deal.
All in all, I'm very happy with this purchase.
Note that the band width is 22mm, not 20 or 24!
Positives is the slightly larger size compared to the standard Invicta pro divers, the whole face is lumed, though doesn't last long.
It's also pretty accurate, losing less than 5 seconds a day. The Seiko movement is hackable, meaning when you pull the stem out all the way,
the second hand stops so you can synchronize/set it exactly, you can also hand wind it by unscrewing the crown and turning clockwise. Keep
winding until you feel a slight bit of extra resistance.
The only negatives I have is that the crown movement, mainly unscrewing it, is a little rough compared to my other Invictas.
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