08 Jan 2012

Men’s Sea Spider Green Dial Black Polyurethane and Stainless Steel Quartz 1123

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Written by: Jatinder Sandhu

When looking for a timepiece that’s unique, flashy, and engineered with quality Swiss movement, you’ll find that that the Sea Spider Green Dial Black Polyurethane and Stainless Steel Quartz 1123 by Invicta compromises nothing.  This sea green watch has all the design appeal you’d expect from a designer time piece, as well as the longevity.  With so much to admire in terms of aesthetics and the integration of ingenious Swiss-quartz craftsmanship, it’s a challenge to find watches as affordable and high quality as Invicta.

Pros:  This attention grabbing watch is more than a flamboyant accessory; Invicta promises quality that is built to last.

  • This sea spider quartz is true to its name, being water-resistant up to 100 meters.  This a a great watch for anyone with a demanding lifestyle or the adventurer at heart.  The durability of this green and black polyurethane and stainless steel watch is sure to last where ever your expeditions may take you.
  • The glow-in-the-dark watch with a black spider on its face is hard to miss, making the watch easy to read and fun to admire.
  • Invicta watches all offer a one year warranty, but a five-year warranty upgrade is available for the Men’s Sea Spider Green Dial Black Polyurethane and Stainless Steel Quartz 1123.  With this kind of security, you know that you are purchasing a watch manufactured with the highest quality and precision.
  • The polyurethane wrist band with stainless steel accents gives the bracelet a textured, classy look–mixing tradition with modernity that the flashy dial offers.

Cons:  The Men’s Sea Spider Green Dial Black Polyurethane and Stainless Steel Quartz 1123 is a big and flashy watch.  Emphasis on big.

  • The wrist band may be too large for smaller wrists, and it may be a challenge finding a jeweler willing to re-size it for you, due to the complexity of the polyurethane and stainless steel bracelet.
  • The bulkiness of this watch is an asset as well as a potential drawback, its band width measuring 26 mm with a huge imposing face.

The Final Word:  If your wrists are not smaller than average, and you like the idea of having a bold, highly durable, and flashy watch accentuating your wrist, then this is a great watch.  If orange is more your color than green, then the Men’s Lupah Chronograph Black and Orange Dial Orange Rubber Chronograph 6727 is a great alternative.  The visual elements of the Men’s Sea Spider Green Dial Black Polyurethane and Stainless Steel Quartz 1123 maybe appealing to women as well, but the size would be the greatest issue regarding this watch.  Valued at $595, its longevity is worth the price.
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