16 Feb 2012

Invicta Men’s 9307 Pro Diver Stainless Steel Watch Review

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Review By: Amy Moolten

Are you a diver by day and practical shopper by night looking for a fairly-priced, under-water time-teller that won’t break the bank? If so, the Invicta Men’s 9307 Pro Diver Collection Stainless Steel Watch, retailing at $275 and available south of $100 online, is an appropriate choice, and yet not your best one. While this watch allows you to swim inexpensively with the fishes to under-water depths of 660 feet, it is bland on the eyes, and there are a number of comparably priced alternatives that offer similar features with more flair. So , why settle for less?  All in all, although the Invicta Men’s 9307 Pro Diver Collection Stainless Steel watch is a fair-priced find, you can do better.

While the price on the 9307 Pro Diver is fair, if I were a smart-shopping, sea-faring adventurer looking to spend my recreational activity time below sea-level, I would opt for the comparably priced Invicta Men’s 8926OB Pro Diver Collection Coin-Edge Automatic or the Invicta Men’s 1768 Pro Diver Collection Chronograph. The Invicta Men’s 8926OB Pro Diver Collection Coin-Edge Automatic watch is pleasing to the eye [+ ,] and you can find rave reviews online by numerous proud owners. The Invicta Men’s 1768 Pro Diver Collection Chronograph Watch, which retails at $495 (nearly double the retail price of the 9307 Pro Diver), can easily be found online for under $100 as well and makes a loftier fashion statement with the additional value of a Chronograh construction and the ever-heftier flame-fusion dial window.

Invicta Men’s 9307 Pro Diver Collection Stainless Steel watches are plentiful. Thus, the impulse buyer who cares little for fashion and can’t be bothered with competitive research may rest assured that parts replacement will be easy with this purchase.  As with the array of Invicta alternatives, the Swiss construction of the 9307 Pro Diver Collection Stainless Steel watch offers high-quality time-telling. And yet, this watch also offers a uniquely vast plethora of comparably-priced competitive alternatives which provides the fashionable bargain-hunter (who is willing to do their homework) with an opportunity to make a far better choice. Keep in mind: if you want to plunge to four-figure depths and are looking to make an athletic fashion statement while doing so, this watch won’t work for you. Consider then the Invicta Men’s 6555 Subaqua Noma IV Collection Chronograph Stainless Steel watch, retailing at $2495 and available online in the $400 – $600 range.  The Men’s 6555 Subaqua Noma IV Collection Chronograph Stainless Steel watch sports an aesthetic appeal which screams serious water athlete all the way to 1660 feet down under.

In summary, the Invicta Men’s 9307 Pro Diver Collection Stainless Steel Watch is a somewhat boring yet fair-priced find for divers who like to play under water at three figure depths. It offers durability and lives up to its intended use, but its blandness makes it a third or fourth choice among its competitors. If you find yourself flirting with the underbelly of the ocean on a regular basis, and you are not willing to do online research better options, give the Invicta Men’s 9307 Pro Diver Collection Stainless Steel Watch a second look. However, if you are willing to clock in for some comparative shopping, I recommend that you aim for something snazzier at a similar price.

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