The distinguished style of the Invicta Men’s II Chronograph Stainless Steel Watch offers a smooth style that can accompany many wardrobes. This watch features a round, silver-toned stainless steel case with a unidirectional blue bezel. A blue dial displays luminous silver-toned hour, minute, and second hands, an Arabic numeral 12 at the top of the dial, and luminous silver-toned indices at all other hours. The dial of this timepiece displays a tachymeter on the inner bezel, a date window near the four o’clock hour, and three chronograph subdials that feature 60-second, 30-minute, and 12-hour functions. The silver-toned stainless steel band fits comfortably and securely fastens by a fold-over clasp with safety. This timepiece offers reliable Swiss quartz movement and is protected by a durable flame-fusion crystal, along with water-resistance to a depth of 330 feet (100 meters).
In the wake of up to the minute technology, optimal construction, and a spectrum of inventive design choices you will find the Invicta II collection. Priced to demand attention, no technological or creative rock has been left unturned in order to create such an impeccable example of the ultimate in function and fashion. Invicta II offers a myriad of enticing options including applied indexes, up markers, double-dial dual timers, leather straps, carbon-fiber dials, retrograde chronographs, and moon phase registers. Having fused brains and good looks at a stellar price, the Invicta II is the perfect collection to indulge in all your watch fantasies.
With a bold blue dial set on a polished stainless steel bracelet, this timepiece from the Invicta II Collection is sure to make a powerful statement on the wrist.
Swiss Quartz movement with analog display
Chronograph functions with 60-second, 30-minute, and 12-hour silver outlined subdials
Features protective Flame-Fusion crystal dial window, luminosity, tachymeter on inner bezel, blue unidirectional outer bezel, date window
Water resistant to 330 feet (100 M): suitable for snorkeling, as well as swimming, but not diving