19 Feb 2012

Invicta Men’s Lupah Chronograph 6725 Review

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Written by: Jared Johnsen

There’s no doubt about it. The Invicta Lupah men’s chronograph 6725 is a bold and sporty watch. This eye-catching green and black addition to the Lupah collection of luminously banded watches blends colorful flare with subtle sophistication. The Swiss-made chronograph is water resistant up to 100 meters deep (330 feet) and fits comfortably with a durable high-grade polyurethane strap. So if you want a unique out-of-office timepiece that’s sporty and distinctive, this one will definitely steal some attention.

With their promise to “deliver true Swiss luxury to anyone who desires it,” the bang-for-the-buck reputation of Invicta is nothing new. But the mission statement becomes even more resonant with the price of this watch. It has a retail value is $695, but a quick internet search will yield several websites, including Amazon, that now sell it for less than $200.

This diversified line uses a variety of colorful bands and plate features to give these pieces a sharp readability and sporty appeal. The face of the Invicta Lupah men’s chronograph 6725 is a flame fusion crystal that’s resistant to scratching and wear during any adventure. And in addition to the bright polyurethane buckle-clasped band, on the face there are green sub-dials with chronograph functions as well as green hour markers and numerals.

  • Black ionic plating on crown and pushers
  • Date window
  • Sunray dial with 3D graphics
  • Scratch-resistant flame fusion crystal face
  • Stainless steel case
  • Tritnite luminous hands

    Invicta Lupah model 6099

    A black banded model of Invicta Lupah 6099

If you love the sporty finish of this watch but aren’t ready for its bold color, the Invicta Lupah model 6724 offers the same features and design in a duel-tone black. Or perhaps you like the contrast of color with black, but aren’t a fan of green. Fortunately, the Lupah collection has several options including red, orange, two tones of blue, and yellow. There are even less flashy versions like this one that have color only on the dials and more subtly hued bands ranging in material from polyurethane to a black fishbone-stitched leather.

This isn’t a timepiece for everyone. In fact, I’d say this one already has its wearer in mind–and it’s got a few adventures planned for you. Perhaps a little kayaking. Or maybe a summer river rafting trip. Or simply some high-energy weeknight tennis rivalry. But whatever your taste in sport, the Invicta Lupah men’s chronograph 6725 appears to offer high quality at an extremely affordable price.

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