About Invicta Watches
In a world driven by time, this manufacturer of action-oriented wristwatches says time is driven by Invicta. Many of their distinctive men's and women's sports and diving watches feature automatic movements, see through case backs and high water resistance.
The Titanium collection features sport chronograph watches that are water-resistant up to 100 meters. But true water enthusiasts will want to examine the automatic 21-jewel Professional Diver and Quartz Professional Diver collections, both of which are water-resistant to 200 meters.
The Invicta Sport collection offers watches with a chrono 1/20-chronograph display, a three-counter display and a day-date display. As its name indicates, the Solar-Drive collection is solar powered and requires no battery during its life. Other appealing watch collections include Dress Classic, Casual, Swiss 2000 and London and offer something to everyone.
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Buying a watch is often an important investment, so understanding each aspect of your watch is equally important.
About every three years, you should have your watch cleaned and serviced. For automatic watches, you'll need your battery changed, and for mechanical watches, you should have all the moving parts inspected and cleaned. For Invicta watches with water resistant seals, you should have the resistance checked annually using pressure equipment, and the seals should be changed as well. As far as care, you should always check the case and bracelet for wear if you expose them to chemicals or harsh environments. Cosmetics and perfume can also damage these components, as well as the rest of the watch.