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More Cheap Gens- Invicta Swiss 'Bluesey"

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26 minutes ago, NFleischer said:

Jomashop is selling the popular TT Rolex Sub wannabe with SW movement, for $199.

I'm a recent convert and some of the more traditional looking watches are quite good for the prices. I can't stand the big ugly monsters they sell.

https://www.jomashop.com/invicta-watch-9938ob.html

That is $79 at Amazon with Seiko movement rather than Sellita.

https://www.amazon.com/Invicta-8928OB-Stainless-Two-Tone-Automatic/dp/B000JQJS6M

 

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I have had 2-3 of similar Invictas and in mine opinion they are quite good “tool” watches - bought one for a summer vacation because I went a lot snorkelling- but they are usually sold for around 100 usd at both Ebay and amazon like NCrich pointed out 

 

for 100 I am not sure about the SW movement tough, but still pretty good

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I realize the Seiko movement is cheaper, is the rest the same? Still $200 for Swiss movement and good beater seems like a pretty nice

deal IMO.

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3 hours ago, NFleischer said:

I realize the Seiko movement is cheaper, is the rest the same? Still $200 for Swiss movement and good beater seems like a pretty nice

deal IMO.

Yes the rest is the same.  Saw the Sellita one at Sam's club and compared it to mine.  I agree its a good deal for that movement. But I don't know whether I'd prefer a Seiko movement or a Swiss one.  Toss up to me and I can get 2.5 Seiko ones for the cost of a Sellita.

Its a good price for a Swiss movement.

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