Reviews and Problems with Invicta Men's 9310 Pro Diver Collection Swiss Quartz Watch
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Ready to Order Another One & Happy todo it!
29 August 2011
Summary: I am about to order my 2nd of this style, the first of which I got for my birthday over three years ago. The first one still keeps wound, tells great time, looks great from a distance but does have some scratches on the gold plated band... so time to get a new one... But why am I happy to do buy another after "only" 3 years??? Do the Math.... I love the style... closest to a Rolex Submariner at an everyday use price... A used ROlex would cost 6K... Let's see...
Summary: I carefully shopped for this watch. Called Invicta and was told that this watch that did not have the number 9310 (but began with 98xxx) had a Automatic Swiss Movement. It is my third Invicta watch. It did not have a automotic Swiss movement. In fact, it was a battery operated movement. The crystal was chipped, and I was so disgusted, I discarded the watch. I ordered another (different style)with an automatic (Japanese 21 Jewel) movement.
Summary: beautiful watch. big and heavy and a quartz. careful with the size. some are small watches, though they say they are larger. this model, 9310 is large. the crown does not screw down, not a real diver. wouldnt wash my hands with it on.
Summary: Not having about $10,000 USD to splurge on a Rolex "Submariner", I decided to, at least, have the look of one by purchasing an Invicta "Pro Diver". I had previously owned the Invicta "Pro Diver" that used the Citizen Miyota calibre 8215 automatic movement, but was VERY disappointed by it. Aside from gaining about 1/2 minute per day when it was new, after three years of daily wear, the movement became so dirty that it just froze up and would not run.
Died after a year, service department unresponsive.
3 May 2010
Summary: I got this as a birthday present a year ago. It's a good looking watch, feels good on the wrist, and keeps good time. It gets five stars for that, loses three for the recent problems. However, mine died last week. It's not a battery- an independent jeweler has verified that- so that means something more expensive. It carries a warranty, but they neglect to mention a small detail.
Summary: I bought this watch in Feb 2009. And for awhile I didn't like it. Clasp kept popping off ... And I kept it in my truck for like a 6-7 months. Then I found it again one day recently, fixed the setting for the bracelet, and now it fits well without a problem. I just had to get used to it, but it isn't really larger or heavier than "normal." I used to wear a Timex Ironman watch at work, and that one would feel so distracting when I type that I'd have to take it off.
Summary: Invicta watches seem to get a lot of hype; and I suspect some reviews are "questionable" in some way. My watch keeps good time; the box was impressive; I've had it for almost a year and wear it two or three days a week. Quality is good for it's cost, so I would rate it a good value. Mine is Quartz, not a self-winding automatic as some reviewers suggest. The crystal is pretty good, I have few scratches. But people; this can't be compared with a Rolex, or Tag!
Summary: Having received my ProDiver 9310 from Amazon it was everything as expected. The watch is beautiful and the packaging superb. The second hand was hitting the tick marks exactly. I was all looking forward to wear the watch. However, the watch was losing 6-8 seconds a day. I expected and require pinpoint accuracy from an Invicta. I have 2 other Invictas that are accurate to a second or two a week.