Reviews and Problems with Invicta Men's 9307 Pro Diver Collection Stainless Steel Watch
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C. S. Watkins, amazon.com
26 September 2011
Summary: Although the watch looked great in the box, the face looked too small on my wrist. Cannot comment on quality of the time keeping etc as it was returned immediately. That's the one the about not dealing directly with Amazon. You have to pay delivery charges for a product you don't want.
Summary: I really enjoyed this watch ... until it stopped keeping time after only 2 months of ownership. It is a very attractive timepiece and the exterior appears to be well constructed. If only I could say the same thing about the movement. I sent it back to Invicta under warranty, but they still charge you $28 for shipping and handling. Honestly, we all know a true swiss watch for $50-$100 is a little too good to be true...and it is.
Summary: So far, so good. When I first saw this watch, I had to do a double-take because it's the spitting image of a Rolex Submariner. Pros: Appearance, packaging, accuracy, quality Cons: Minor cosmetic discrepancies, e.g. second hand not calibrated precisely to the dial; date magnifier misaligned; crown not "screw-down" type as advertised I haven't had to test it in the water yet, but I'm not about to go diving with it anyway (that's what my Casio G-shock is for).
Summary: Had this watch for less than 1 year. It is supposed to be waterproof to a depth of over 600 feet. Went swimming in a pool and the water obviously came inside the watch. Wasnt even waterproof to 6 feet! Called Invicta about warranty repair. The cost of the WARRANTY repair is $28 + shipping!
Summary: I received my Invicta 9307 diver's watch last week. It is every bit as nice "in person" as it appears in the photos. Good sized but not huge; solid but not too heavy. The whole watch seems very nicely made. I especially like the look and construction of the bracelet. Besides the regular folding apparatus that clamps the bracelet down, it has a fold-over safety clasp as well.
Summary: I recently purchased 6 Invicta watches. I would say this is my second favorite. I love the fact that it has a swiss quartz instead of a Japanese automatic movement. It keeps perfect time and look just like the black Rolex Submarine. My only complaint is the dial is really smooth and hard to turn.
Summary: THIS IS A GREAT WATCH. I USED TO OWN A ROLEX "SUBMARINER" AND THE INVICTA BRINGS BACK GOOD MEMORIES. IT HAS THE SAME ELEGANCE AND CLASS,A VERY ACCURATE SWISS QUARTZ MOVEMENT,AND FINELY SCULPTED STAINLESS HOUSING AND WATCH BAND. INVICTA HAS MADE THIS TRADITIONAL DESIGN THEIR OWN. I AM VERY PARTICULAR ABOUT MY PERSONAL EQUIPTMENT AND FIND THIS WATCH SUITS ME FINE.
Summary: This is a substantial watch. If you appreciate a heavy watch, not a bad choice. However if you are looking for a lightweight, can't tell it's on your wrist timepiece, this is not for you. I like the fact that the numbers are large and the night glow in the hands and time marks are easy to see.....chalk it up to getting old eyes. The stainless steel band is another plus for me. If you purchase any watch that has "goldtone" on the band or face....
Summary: The Invicta quartz Pro Diver is a beautiful stainless steel watch (with a Swiss movement). Over the past month, mine has gained exactly one second---so I'm also pleased with its accuracy. On the down-side, its stainless steel bracelet was likely sized for a 320-pound NFL lineman. So new owners will likely need to remove multiple links for a proper fit. Unfortunately, the extensive owner's manual is silent about bracelet adjustments.