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Actually, this Invicta comes with a Seiko movement. It's frequently purchased as a base for Seiko mods. It and the others in its family are probably the only Invicta watches I'd recommend, and then only at $80-95.
Past that, yeah I'd say go Orient or Seiko.
I bought this watch and so far it does everything i need it to do. they are cheap and do the job. However one thing the night glowing thing (idk watt it is, is it paint or crystal idk) it bad u light a flashlight under it for 2 minutes it will light up bright but after 30 min you cannot see it at all. But for 85 i will recommend it
I finally decided to get a diver/nato setup. I've been a fan of Invicta for years, because I can afford them and because my first 'real' watch was an Invicta, so after searching for a relatively cheap, classic diver, I went with the 8926OB Pro Diver Stainless Steel Automatic. I'm also a huge fan of automatics and although I was worried about the back display glass protruding too much causing the watch to sit too high off the strap, it turned out fine. Bonus is that the picture on Amazon's site of the movement's weight was rather boring, but you can imagine my reaction when I turned it over in real life and saw that beautiful yellow. All said and done the watch and 3 straps cost $122, which I think is just fantastic. I'm super excited to wear this all summer!
I can't speak for it's quality because I don't own it, but I like the look of this. It's an homage to the Rolex Submariner.
I would like to mention that this watch goes on Amazon brand new for $79 right now.
Thanks a lot! Might be a weird question, but you never looked into getting any Invicta did you? been looking at getting myself a nice divers watch and I'm torn between the one you posted and this. [link]
Automatic Invicta pro diver is what I would suggest.
My friend has had his for 9 years and its still going strong. I lost mine after over 4 years, I showered, worked out, bumped into doors and concrete, and swam in the ocean with mine. It was great until I lost it. Don't take it off, and it will last until the oil runs out.
Btw, Gshocks seem to not last very long.