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Invicta Pro Diver 8930OB Men's Automatic Watch, 40 mm - £54.59 @ Amazon

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About this item
  • The Invicta 8930OB has a 40 mm stainless steel case with a Blue dial
  • This model is powered by an accurate Automatic movement
  • 20 bar water pressure resistant
  • This model is part of the Invicta Pro Diver collection
  • Including 2-year Invicta warranty
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    89£
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    Seiko NH35 Movement (MV-NH35-SS) - With 3 o'clock Date Function
    • Up to 41+ hours power reserve.
    • BPH : 21600.
    • Accuracy : -20~+40 sec per day.
    • Hack-second or stop-second feature allows you to set the time precisely.
    • 24 Jewels.
    • Function: 3 Hands, Automatic and hand winding (With date function)
    • Diameter: 27.40 mm.
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    Lukasz_Gala17/01/2022 21:23


    I think your viewing the one sold by the invicta store and not amazon. Try clicking on the other sellers option
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    This is fairly subtle for Invicta..
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    Very nice and a gift at that price
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    Really can't complain at this price especially with a decent Seiko movement in it!
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    M3NDEREZ17/01/2022 21:51

    This is fairly subtle for Invicta..


    The most interesting are for the US market. This one on amazon for a monkey, hooray

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    crazyfacedziggler17/01/2022 22:48

    The most interesting are for the US market. This one on amazon for a …The most interesting are for the US market. This one on amazon for a monkey, hooray [Image]


    It's original, if nothing else...can buy a house with the money saved on a Richard Mille
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    TacticalTimbo17/01/2022 22:56

    It's original, if nothing else...can buy a house with the money saved on a …It's original, if nothing else...can buy a house with the money saved on a Richard Mille[Image]


    A big house. My feed showed Rafa Nadal playing whilst wearing his Richard Mille last week. £1 million. Or more? What looks like chicken wire across the face meant to brace against the massive g-force.

    Here we go. Not sure if he has the only one or if there are more.

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    Edit: just occurred it's not chicken wire but racket strings I suppose.
    Edited by: "crazyfacedziggler" 17th Jan
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    crazyfacedziggler17/01/2022 23:05

    A big house. Rafa Nadal wearing Richard Mille last week whilst playing …A big house. Rafa Nadal wearing Richard Mille last week whilst playing matches. £1 million I think. Or more. What looks like chicken wire across the face but meant to brace the watch against the massive G-forces from serving and the like. Looks naff


    I'm going to laugh a lot when the market falls over on RM, they're so ridiculously overhyped and it will die down soon enough.
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    Ok, turns out he wears them a lot. Sorry OP, didn't mean to hijack your post. Heat

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    crazyfacedziggler17/01/2022 23:05

    A big house. My feed showed Rafa Nadal playing whilst wearing his Richard …A big house. My feed showed Rafa Nadal playing whilst wearing his Richard Mille last week. £1 million. Or more? What looks like chicken wire across the face meant to brace against the massive g-force.Here we go. Not sure if he has the only one or if there are more.[Image] Edit: just occurred it's not chicken wire but racket strings I suppose.


    Just shows money can't buy taste they look gash, if Casio made them I would think twice paying £80. A lot seem on the Mille bandwagon in Celeb and Sports world all trying to out flex each other.....Mille must be rubbing his hands. Reminds me of that story 'The Emperors New Clothes.....'
    Edited by: "Flanners" 18th Jan
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    Cracking price for a really good watch. The only downside to these Invictas is the bracelet. They're not terrible, but not high quality either. You really can't complain for the money though, as these have the NH35A movement which is a great workhorse.
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