22 May 2012

Invicta Angel Sport Elegance Womens Watch 0542 Review

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Written By: Olivia Hernandez

The Angel Collection by Invicta is designed for women to wear with any look. The Invicta Angel Sport Elegance Womens Watch 0542 is an example of the bright and cheerful luminescence that this collection brings to its designs.

This watch comes with the following features:

  • Stainless steel case and band
  • Mother of pearl dial
  • Water resistant up to 99 feet (30 meters)
  • Luminous hands
  • Second hand
  • Quartz movement

The dominant stainless steel look of this piece gives it a clean and fresh look, with no conflicting or contrasting colors. The genuine mother of pearl dial, hourly Roman numerals, and luminous hands make this watch easy to read and easy to see, especially in the dark. There is a second hand, which, combined with the quartz movement of the piece ensures accuracy, while the water-resistance feature suggests durability. This watch is designed for a women to wear no matter where she is; it can be paired with a formal outfit or worn while running errands.

However, several user reviews report that this watch, while presented as a delicate and feminine watch, is rather large and would be better suited for a man. The mother of pearl dial may be designed to offset the masculine size of the watch, but may also run into the problem of looking too childish for an adult woman to want to wear. The title of this piece is Sport Elegance, suggesting that it can hold up under any conditions. However, the lack of any sort of scratch-resistance feature belies this claim and could cause questions about the durability of the piece.

At a list price of $495.00, this shiny piece would compliment the wrist of a woman looking to class up an outfit for a formal evening. However, the durability of the watch cannot be guaranteed, and so the practicality of everyday use is in question. A woman looking for a truly interchangeable watch for all of her looks would do better to find something with a scratch-resistance feature.

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