Since the start of Invicta, in 1837, their mission is to create good watch
at modest prices. With the Invicta Subaqua Noma IV Limited Automatic they
introduce a very impressive diver’s watch while still being able to
hold on to their mission of creating good watches at modest prices. For
750.00 USD, Invicta offers you a watch that can go as deep
as 500 meters but will also suit you well when wearing a business suit or
jeans. The satin finish on the case and bracelet combined with the black
ionic-plated elements really makes this watch stand out from the crowd. For
your safety (and that of the watch), it comes with a unidirectional bezel to
inform you about your remaining diving time. To keep the watch in place, the
bracelet closes with a deployant clasp.

As you can see above, the luminous
hour markers and Tritnite hands will also keep you informed about time when
the evening or night begins to fall. The Invicta crown protector keeps the
watch water resistant till the afore mentioned 500 meters (or 50ATM). The
transparent case back will demonstrate the Swiss automatic winding movement,
caliber SW200. The signed Invicta rotor will wind the main spring that will
keep the watch going on for hours, days, weeks.. as long as you wear the
watch during your daily routines. If you take the watch off, the watch will
keep on running for another 40 hours before it stops.

This solid constructed Invicta Subaqua
Noma IV Limited Automatic is available in various colors and combinations.
Of course, Invicta also has a collection of chronographs and non-diving
watches. Invicta is offering men’s and lady’s watches in various
materials, shapes and colors. Both with 100% accurate quartz movements as
well as the mechanical timepieces of which can be said that they have

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Robert-Jan Broer, born in 1977, watch collector and author on watches for over a decade. Founder of Fratello Watches in 2004.
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