Saturday, February 18, 2012

Can Anyone Match the Invicta Reserve Arsenal Watch?

Since the history of Invicta Watch Group began in 1837, the company
has produced watches in all categories at all price levels that it's
no wonder they have become some of the most collectible watches of all

As soon as the Invicta Reserve Arsenal Swiss Quartz Chronograph
men's watch was released, it received an overwhelming response due to
it's astonishing looks that only Invicta's craftsmanship can provide.
Every visible part of the watch is built with gold plated stainless
steel, except the back case cover, which is made of well polished
silver stainless steel. The dials, meanwhile, are available in either
platinum or black mother of pearl.

The watch has common functionalities matching other moderately
expensive watch types, like a flame fusion crystal glass dial window,
as well as a gold plated stainless steel bracelet with a measurement
of 9-1/4 inches in length and 30 millimeter in width. This in turn is
accompanied by a deployant type clasp to provide a comfortable fit,
along with a round shaped large case measuring 63 millimeter in
diameter, and some more special features, including a screw down crown
with two function pushers, and a unidirectional rotating bezel
embossed with six hexagon shaped gold tone screws - this final part
looks really eye catching. Oh, yes the watch also comes with the
amazing Swiss 8040.N Quartz Retrograde Chronograph developed by Ronda
under it's Mastertech 8000 series with the impressive functions like
center stop-second, direct change from 31 to 01 with perceptible and
pusher angles that are easy to handle.

Though the watch might seem a bit expensive with a retail price of
$945.00, when factoring its breathtaking design and spectacular
features, like the integration of the latest Swiss 8040.N Quartz
Retrograde Chronograph, the Invicta Reserve Arsenal watch's price is
easily justified as the model stands above it's rivals.

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