Saturday, November 6, 2010

MY INVICTA COLLECTION FOR SALE -ALL SOLD OR DONATED


Model 6196 Mens Sport GMT Swiss Quartz RM750 - recommended retail price US$595.00


Model 6196 Mens Sport GMT Swiss Quartz RM750 - recommended retail price US$595.00


Model 5761 Mens Sport Swiss Quartz RM500- recommended retail price US$325.00

Model 6022 Pro Diver Collection Japan Auto Movt RM650- recommended retail price US$365.00 (SOLD TO RASMIZAN, PENANG)

Model 5478 Mens Angel Chronograph Swiss Quartz RM950- recommended retail price US$695.00 (HADIAH KAWIN ANAK)

Model 5004 Ladies Diamonds Swiss Quartz RM1,550- recommended retail price US$1,495.00 (SOLD TO SALIM FROM PJ)

Model 5725 Mens Invicta II Sport TT Swiss Chrono Quartz RM750 - recommended retail price US$495.00


Model 4769 Collection II Woman Swiss Quartz RM650- recommended retail price US$495.00 (HADIAH KAWIN ANAK)

Model 5368 Mens Pro Diver Swiss Quartz RM650- recommended retail price US$395.00 (TO TUAN SOHAIZAN FROM PJ)

Model 5723 Mens Invicta II Chrono Diver Swiss Quartz RM750- recommended retail price US$495.00 (To Roy from Putrajaya)

Model 5464 Mens Ivory Burgundy Swiss Quartz RM650- recommended retail price US$395.00 (TO ZAINAL FROM TERENGGANU)

Model 6297 Mens Pro Diver Swiss Quartz RM750- recommended retail price US$795.00

Model 5074 Mens S1 Rally Chrono Japan Quartz RM700 - recommended retail price US$395.00

Model 3539 Mens Byron Swiss Quartz RM450- recommended retail price US$195.00

Model 5117 Mens Skeleton Swiss Mechanical RM850- recommended retail price US$895.00

Model 3897 Mens Anatomic Russian Diver Chrono Swiss Quartz - recommended retail price US$495.00 (SOLD TO FITRI PENANG)

Model 6292 Mens Pro Diver Chrono Swiss Quartz RM850- recommended retail price US$895.00

Model 4024 Mens Pro Diver Swiss Automatic RM650- recommended retail price US$425.00

Model 5367 Mens Pro Diver Swiss Quartz RM650 - recommended retail price US$395.00 (TO ASPAWI PUTRAJAYA)

Model 5726 Unisex LUPAH Swiss Quartz RM750 - recommended retail price US$495.00 (SOLD TO MR SALIM FROM PJ)

Meaning "invincible" in Latin, Invicta watches began production as early as 1837. Founder Raphael Picard wanted to make high quality Swiss watches at affordable prices. The Invicta watch company began its history in La Chaux-de-fonds, Switzerland which is an area known for its watch making history. Swiss watches were highly coveted by many parts of the world, and Invicta watches began to pick up in popularity. The "quartz invasion" of the 1970s however, pushed Invicta watches out of the popular eye. Invicta watches all but disappeared in the wake of this new era. The history of Invicta Watch Group does not end in the 1970s, because in 1991 the descendants of the original Invicta watch name re-formed the company. Today, Invicta watch group is dedicated to bringing high quality watches that are still affordable and beautiful in design, which is eactly the same commitment that Invicta watches were known for more than a century ago when made by Raphael Picard. The Invicta Watch Group has evolved into one of the fastest-growing watch companies in the business and has sparked a movement that is turning back the balance of movements in the watch industry. The Angel, Pro Diver, and Elite lines are some of Invicta Watch Group's most popular series.


2 comments:

  1. Invicta is truely american, selling design and ranges of offer to suit every tom dick and harry's choice... but movement wise, not much choice to the producer (not manufacture) but to depend on Miyota Japan and ETA Ebouches of Switzerland... anyway, good collection. i suspect you are true one brand collector lah bro syed.

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  2. Yes,Invicta started used supplied movement such as miyota since 1991 when Invicta company re-formed. Prior quartz era, invicta used swiss made movement. Thanks for sharing the info.

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