Category Archives: Invicta

Invicta Reserve Venom: Solid, bumpy, muscular

The past few years of watch-hunting have been uplifting. You realize that things ultimately boil down to three single points: The more you pay, the more you get. Pay more but get less. Get more but pay less. No brand name. No big-budget marketing. No floral talk. None works in this case after the initial

ETA and Miyota: About the two most popular stock movements

The two that rule Watchmakers today don’t always use their own movements in the watches they build. Many expensive brands don’t pack in-house movements within and we accept that gladly. These movements come from ETA, Miyota, Selita and similar other firms. All are about unparalleled precision and reliability at an affordable price. It works out

GMT: A cure to Jet lag, the decidedly modern ailment.

Avoiding time lapses Frequent travelers are immensely benefitted by GMT watches. They make you aware about the time at your next stop in another time zone; or, when to call your old buddy at the British Columbia. Keeping track of home time and destination time comes handy in maintaining communication with people who are in

Invicta Pro Diver: At the upper layers of entry-level this time!

The Invicta Pro Diver Chronograph has moved ahead this time and has earned their identities. Not just the most important (arguably) part of the watch, Invicta had put their heart and brains into it besides all those muscles. It is a timekeeping device with a traditional feel but without the need to wear or wind

Invicta: Taking a closer look

Observations Raise the topic of Invicta watches and you will find many ready to throw more than a little cold water on the conversation. Serious collectors are the biggest critics; though most stop at – “Invicta watches are fine for their price”. Analysis That’s where it ends. I’ve turned the web upside down (figuratively) and

Invicta HydroMax GMT: A big, thick slice of perfection served to your delight!

A beautiful, well-made watch; not too flashy, neither too-much bling It is obvious that something 52 mm across and standing 28 mm on your wrist will be immediately noticed; plus, you got to bear with 500 grams of weight! That is a very nice point to consider about this otherwise no-frills watch; there’s something different

Top 10 men watches under $100: A meager price can go a long way

Expensive shoes, suits, street-jets – we all love to own!  It’s the same with watches. Problem is: They are often not what we may call a practical choice. Appearing for a client meeting in a Maserati, wearing a Savile Row suit paired with John Lobb shoes and a Rolex might make everyone think that you

The middle-price point sensibilities

It’s interesting – entertaining too – choosing something substantial in a completely arbitrary manner, from a vast ocean of models covering the base of the watch market. Being selective here means having to leave something out; that means, you have to think a bit more carefully. What to leave out and what to include is

Watches that won’t threaten your male identity

We feel nice amidst beautiful things. We feel even better when they don’t cost as much. From that Swarovski Crystalline Ballpoint Pen to the Tissot T-Classic Everytime Medium – everything comes under this. Exclusive perfumes, with heavy, floral notes or a deep musk scent – your choices get very natural; which is, you go by

Invicta brings some exotic Pro-Drivers

“While some folks did not like the fact that the Submariner design changed, some did and Invicta found some of them watches to be their most successful designs.” Many who avoided Invicta before are now – if not fans already – eager, awaiting souls for exclusive models polar opposites of what they have previously been.

Invicta gets the spotlight!

“Nothing should come between your watch and your real happiness. Let no fashion stigma and perceptions of ‘what a watch should look like’ pollute an extremely enjoyable experience. Remove the elements that are not the most important and valuable to you. Get set on your watch hunting spree. Go!” Most of us are in the

Invicta’s Hydromax: Compared to other big, huge, heavy Greek Hoplon shields of watches

The Hydromax, undoubtedly, is not for everyone but definitely gets attention when worn. It’s not like you’ll show some exceptional taste exhibiting a distinguished connoisseur palette; it is more like you will discover worry-free, timeless pleasures of owning a rock hard, tough-looking timepiece that’s also good with its job. Yes, they are big and heavy

Invicta Bolt: A bold, blazing, lasting representation of your style

The Invicta Bolt series (different from Boltdown) is impressive primarily for the finely detailed build of every watch in the lineup. There’s one for everyone’s individual style and taste. They are catchy to look at for their closeness to sturdy and trendy jewelry. For budget-buyers, it could be this is the most you’ll be spending

Invicta S1 Rally: A very open and uncomplicated leisurewear

Invicta sometimes attract snarky comments accusing them of poor overall build quality that can’t keep up to the standards of a Swiss watch. Beyond that sarcasm portion is a section any watch connoisseur has happened to have visited at least once. For they deliver better than some of the mechanical – even quartz – abominations

The History of Wristwatches – How It All Began

Good, old memories Astonishing as it might sound, the wristwatches were almost a woman’s thing starting sometime in the 1600s. Men preferred pocket-watches, a trend that continued till the early 1900-s. The credits for creating the world’s first wristwatch, arguably, go to Abraham-Louis Breguet. He built it for the Queen of Naples, Caroline Murat, in