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It looks swell and let's face it, that's what's important! Also, some helpful sizing tips.
on August 16, 2015
My 17 year old hipster son loves it! It's big and chunky and looks rather impressive. I don't know what all of dials do and how to work them and he probably doesn't either. And I seriously doubt that he'll ever go diving in it - even in a pool. But let's be frank, it's all about the way it looks on his arm. Hey, it's just cool that he'll use something with an actual dial on it instead of his cell phone to tell time (and it does seem to keep time very well, which is good since it's a watch......). Did I mention that that it looks good?
You will probably need to size it though. I've done jewelry repair for a number of years and thus have a lot of tools. I still had to watch a couple of YouTube videos to figure out how to remove the links in Invicta watches. It is probably something you can do yourself without going to a jeweler and you shouldn't have to have specific watch tools. Honestly, I personally wouldn't buy the cheapie watch tools in the blue cases that are sold on Amazon and other sites. They are very, very poor quality and will bend and break trying to get the pins out. I tried it. You are better off getting some jeweler's screwdrivers and a small hammer from the dollar store. Something very important to know - Make sure that you pay attention to the arrows to on the band to show you which direction to remove the pins in the links! It doesn't work too well if you don't. The first YouTube video I watched never mentioned that.....