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Invicta 8932 Pro Diver Review – The Good and the Bad

Diving watches can be a huge burden on the wallet if you don’t know what you are looking for. Luckily for us who want to keep our wallets happy, Invicta is here to save the day with its Invicta 8932 Pro Diver watch. It will save the day because it is a high quality watch at a very low price (if you buy it online) … So why is it so good? We need to keep an eye out.

Maybe I would start talking about the bad parts of the watch. Now these are small complaints and if they were resolved we would be looking to pay much more than we are now. But still, the biggest flaw of this watch is the dial. It is made of minerals, not sapphire. This means that the dial can be scratched a little easier; compared to a sapphire dial that is almost impossible to scratch unless you have some diamonds lying around …

The second flaw is actually more niggle, it has to do with the size of the adjustment knob on the side of the watch. It gets a little too big and a few people have complained about it sticking to their wrist. This has never been a problem for me, but I usually have watches that fit a little loose. Either way, it’s a matter of reflection.

Now on to the good parts of the watch. The Japanese Quartz movement is reliable and very accurate. Again while not at the top of the line, Swiss Quartz is best; but we’re not paying $ 300 here are we? You shouldn’t really notice any big losses or gains in time. If anything, maybe gaining or losing 10-15 seconds a week is very acceptable.

The band and clasp are made of high quality stainless steel. The clasp is sturdy and will not close accidentally and the band has a nice brushed finish that looks good and helps with scratches.

One of the best parts about the watch is the bezel with coin edge. If you are a diver I would like to find this model of Invicta 8932 ca watch is that it is much easier to grab and use the coin edge bezel while in the water. It moves smoothly and is very accurate, you will have no trouble with it. In addition to this the watch is water resistant to a depth of 660 feet, giving it the title of a professional diving watch.

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