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Monday, December 28, 2015

Invicta Women's 21397 Pro Diver Analog Display Quartz Gold Watch

The watch is beautiful.  The three things my wife didn't like are it is too heavy.  It is too hard to get on and off and too big.  The size makes her think it looks like a man's watch.   In fairness that may be age related as the younger women do seem to wear much bigger watches. 

This is the second Invicta watch I have reviewed.  Both of them should have had a diagram on how to use the watch band.  Keep in mind I'm a technut and can get a hard drive out of a laptop and not destroy anything.   I note that because having issues with how to make a watch band work sounds ludicrous but both bands were difficult to figure out.  

The hard off and on didn't bother me once I figured it out but this watch fastens in a manner which and I quote my bride, "will ruin my nails!"

The watch was easy to set and the manual did have a clear diagram on that.   So you have a very attractive watch that needs better documentation and a fastener that doesn't ruin nails.   Oh and the mandatory $28.00 check you need to send with the watch if you ever need warranty work is absurd.  If the watch is truly worth the price then the warranty shouldn't be needed and you need not insult the buyer with a mandatory $28.00 check. (For return shipping?  Really?)

Vendor Details
Date window at 3:00
Gold dial with gold tone and white hands and gold tone and crystal Arabic numerals; luminous; 18K gold ion-plated stainless steel bezel with white crystals; mineral crystal; 18K gold ion-plated stainless steel case and bracelet
Quartz Movement
Case Diameter: 38mm
Water Resistant To 660 Feet

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