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jalind

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Invicta Reserve Pro Diver Chronograph - ETA 7750
My only Invicta - it was the price and the ETA 7750 inside. Not impressed with the build quality for what's supposed to be their flagship "Reserve" line. Edges against the wrist are too sharp. I had to slightly chamfer and radius them, especially on the bracelet. Screw links are great, but the screws and threads on this one are poorly made. Lume wasn't particularly impressive. Orient, Seiiko, and Wing (Android/Aragon) do a better job. No big deal breakers or I'd have sent it back, but there's much that could have been done better. That said, unlike many "desk diver" chronos, the pushers have real screwdown collars on them, versus the faux collars found on nearly all chronos (that have collars around the pushers).

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sota0003

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Invicta Reserve Pro Diver Chronograph - ETA 7750
My only Invicta - it was the price and the ETA 7750 inside. Not impressed with the build quality for what's supposed to be their flagship "Reserve" line. Edges against the wrist are too sharp. I had to slightly chamfer and radius them, especially on the bracelet. Screw links are great, but the screws and threads on this one are poorly made. Lume wasn't particularly impressive. Orient, Seiiko, and Wing (Android/Aragon) do a better job. No big deal breakers or I'd have sent it back, but there's much that could have been done better. That said, unlike many "desk diver" chronos, the pushers have real screwdown collars on them, versus the faux collars found on nearly all chronos (that have collars around the pushers).

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7750 or SW500?? Have you ever opened it? Not sure if this model was part of "movement-gate"
 
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