10p above the lowest ever price. Invicta Men's Automatic Pro Diver Watch 8926 £62.99 (a few quid cheaper than a Rolex Submariner) Sold by A to Z World and Fulfilled by Amazon
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10p above the lowest ever price. Invicta Men's Automatic Pro Diver Watch 8926 £62.99 (a few quid cheaper than a Rolex Submariner) Sold by A to Z World and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 19th May 2014
A nice holiday watch, automatic, 20 ATM Water Resistant and looks a lot like the Rolex Submariner.

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but its not a Rolex

Nice watch but very bad time keeper, my husband has this exact one & has to alter it at least twice a week

never heard of a holiday watch ... let alone spend over £60 on it.

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Edited by: "DuffRulez" 19th May 2014

Only comments missing were...

'great as a 2nd watch'

'great for kids'

Original Poster

DuffRulez

never hear of a holiday watch ... let alone spend over £60 on it.heat



My own made up term sorry.
When I go on holiday I like to be able to wear my watch in the pool, when snorkelling and when scuba diving. Hence I call it a holiday watch, despite wearing it for work and at home.

Original Poster

gooeynote

but its not a Rolex



I know can't afford one.

Save £60.00 in Tesco Clubcard vouchers and get x3 to spend at Goldsmiths - get a watch for £60 which is worth £180.00 and far better. Maybe a Tissot. And no, I don't work for Tesco, Goldsmiths or Tissot!

Anyone trying to say that the Invicta Pro Diver 8926 is a bad watch or that a F****** TISSOT QUARTZ WATCH is a better option doesn't know a thing about watches.
This watch is water resistant to 200m, has a brilliant lune dial. £60 for an automatic watch is RIDICULOUSLY cheap. The recommended retail price of this thing is 335 USD. The 8926 is globally recognized as a reliable watch. It loses less than 6 seconds per day. It's ranked in the top 5 of divers watches under £300. So no, anyone saying this is a bad deal doesn't have THE SLIGHTEST clue. No one cares if it's not a Rolex because if you're buying this for £60 that's a pretty clear signal that you'd rather spend £60 on a genuine watch than £10 on a fake Rolex. So leave the negativity out of this, there's no need for it.

kadiekaismummi

Nice watch but very bad time keeper, my husband has this exact one & has … Nice watch but very bad time keeper, my husband has this exact one & has to alter it at least twice a week

ETA 7750 movements can only possibly lose minus 2 - plus 6 seconds per day so either your husbands watch is a fake, or it's been refurbished.
Edited by: "Reusasaur" 10th Jun 2014

Reusasaur

ETA 7750 movements can only possibly lose minus 2 - plus 6 seconds per … ETA 7750 movements can only possibly lose minus 2 - plus 6 seconds per day so either your husbands watch is a fake, or it's been refurbished.

Hey, these are not fitted with eta movements, no way is the movement in this watch going to be accurate to those tolerances

steviecross

Hey, these are not fitted with eta movements, no way is the movement in … Hey, these are not fitted with eta movements, no way is the movement in this watch going to be accurate to those tolerances



Correct. This is a Japanese automatic movement. Anyone with THE SLIGHTEST clue, right Reusaaur, would check the listing and or review the photo.
Don't expect the smooth movement of a Swiss ETA. But do expect slightly poorer timekeeping. Slightly.
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