Reviews and Problems with Invicta Men's Pro Diver 9937OB Stainless-Steel Swiss Automatic Watch
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Broken crystal in less than 25 days.....
Michael A. Hineman "Mike Hines AKA Mike Hineman", amazon.com
25 January 2012
Summary: I've had my Pulsar watch for 25 years(mineral crystal)with NO problems...I've had my Invicta(flame fusion crystal) for less than 25 days and the crystal was damaged(a big chunk fell off) by normal wear...This is a very bad sign and for me, indicates possible quality control issues and/or durability!
Summary: There isn't much else to say about this beautifully crafted timepiece, it is fantastic. Value for money is completely unmatched. When comparing it to the most expensive watches, one might find minor fault in the cut of the bezel, or the ease of locking the crown down, but these are very, very small...
Summary: I have to say that this has been a stressful experience for me. Dropping 300 dollars on a watch is a fair bit of money, even if it is an "incredible" value when you compare it to high end watches with identical features.
Summary: I have several Invicta watches and this one is great. The Swiss automatic movement is a thing of beauty. It's a nice size watch but not too big like some of the others I own. It is classy without being gaudy. I have received several complements since I started wearing it.
Summary: Ok so I have been slowly collecting mid grade watches for a few years now, I have a Movado, Tag Heuer, a few ESQs, and a Luminox for work. These are all Swiss watches and are of quality, and none have been more than $1,000 (I'm only 25).
Summary: I decided to purchase this watch based on all of the good reviews on this site. Received the watch in 3 days with free super saver shipping. The watches quality definately surpassed my expectations for what I paid for it. The watch is heavy and came in a very nice display box.
Summary: I didn't bought it from amazon. I've bought it from another seller. The watch arrived from USA in about 10 days. The mechanism si Sellita (SW200) I think - anyway it is a swiss movement. I have many watches. Most of them swiss made.