Invicta Watch #8926 – Men’s Pro Diver Collection Review

The Invicta Men’s Pro Diver Collection Automatic Watch #8926 is a luxury diver watch at a common man’s price. Delivered to your door snuggled in a pillow, this watch will impress you from the minute you pull it out of the trademark yellow box.

The watch is built around the 21-jewel Japanese Miyota automatic movement. The movement is automatic winding; as you move your arm throughout the day your watch is charged. This means that you’ll never have to worry about replacing the battery.

The case is a shock resistant stainless steel, specifically crafted to withstand life’s blows. The mineral dial window is also durable, made to be anti-reflective and scratch resistant. Unlike sapphire windows that tend to shatter from a hard blow, this window won’t shatter or crack.

The dial is black, and the hands and markers are Trinite luminous. This makes for a great, legible contrast. Also, there is a date display at the 3 o’clock marker which has the classic “Cyclops” magnifying window.

Wearing the 8926, you can dive to depths of 660 feet (200 M) with no worries. There is also a unidirectional bezel, for the true diver (or others who want to track elapsed time). The bezel spins for 120 clicks, making it perfect for those deep sea dives.

The weight of this watch is unexpected at the price point. The watch feels substantial and “meaty” – removing any inkling of a doubt that this is a man’s time piece.

The design and style of this watch is versatile. You can wear it to the office, at a business meeting, or just kicking around town; you’ll find it comfortable in any situation.

At the end of the day, the Invicta Men’s Pro Diver Collection Automatic Watch #8926 has the look and feel of a watch three times more expensive. Affordable luxury watches are hard to come by, especially of this quality. If getting the most value possible for your money is your primary concern, this watch just might fit the bill.

Copyright 2010, Gabriel Ali and Dive Watch Reviews

Gabriel Ali is a watch collector. He suggests you visit Dive Watch Reviews for your dive watch shopping and to read reviews of the Invicta Diver #8926 dive watch and many other dive watches for men and women, reviewed by watch enthusiasts and collectors.

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3 Responses to Invicta Watch #8926 – Men’s Pro Diver Collection Review

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  2. Humza says:

    its not wrong..in roman times both versions were used Actually, Breguet, A. Lange and Sohne, Vacheron Constantin and many other watch marneacturfus also uses the Roman IIII rather than IV. Patek Philippe has used both IIII and IV in its watches if these names mean nothing to you im sorry.lets just say that Rolex knows its Roman !

  3. Pradeep says:

    its not wrong..in roman times both versions were used Actually, Breguet, A. Lange and Sohne, Vacheron Constantin and many other watch mfrnaactuuers also uses the Roman IIII rather than IV. Patek Philippe has used both IIII and IV in its watches if these names mean nothing to you im sorry.lets just say that Rolex knows its Roman !

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