Post your Invicta watches

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Re: Post your Invicta watches

Post by eddiea » April 24th 2010, 11:08am

koimaster wrote:
eddiea wrote:Have 3 of them....
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Not too sure about the bolt but I love the Bentley in the background. Image

I agree :D
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Re: Post your Invicta watches

Post by koimaster » July 8th 2010, 7:48pm

Wow Chris! I did not know you had that many Ivicta watches. Love the Leviatian though. And no, the Admiral is not going anywhere :D

nice to see you back here
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Re: Post your Invicta watches

Post by dude » July 8th 2010, 7:53pm

. . . have quite a few still, some I like . . . some suck.

. . . sucks . . .
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. . . like . . .
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. . . like . . .
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. . . like(too fucking big though) . . .
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. . . like . . .
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. . . sucked(gone) . . .
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. . . really sucks(jum-fucking-bo) . . .

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. . . like . . . (Piranha is gone) . . .
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. . . really,really like . . .
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. . . judging by the number of these we own, mostly older, it is proof positive that Invicta has definately stepped on their own dick, with their lack of ethical business sense. Koi, dig that original S-1 . . .
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Re: Post your Invicta watches

Post by Laid_Back_Dude » September 15th 2010, 3:30am

Now I don't feel so bad about the Invicta's that I own. I do like some of them, and sure as hell am not gonna give them away. I damn sure won't be buying any more of them. Thank's guy's for all the pic's, and when I learn how, I will post some pic's of mine.
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Re: Post your Invicta watches

Post by Guest » September 15th 2010, 6:03am

dude wrote:. . . have quite a few still, some I like . . . some suck.

. . . sucks . . .
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. . . like . . .
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. . . like . . .
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. . . like(too fucking big though) . . .
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. . . like . . .
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. . . sucked(gone) . . .
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. . . really sucks(jum-fucking-bo) . . .

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. . . like . . . (Piranha is gone) . . .
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. . . really,really like . . .
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. . . judging by the number of these we own, mostly older, it is proof positive that Invicta has definately stepped on their own dick, with their lack of ethical business sense. Koi, dig that original S-1 . . .


Nice lighter from the Swordfish. Were you on board her? I used to track that boat alot.
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Re: Post your Invicta watches

Post by dude » September 15th 2010, 7:23am


. . . slomo - no, I was not aboard her. My mechanic from my stevedoring days served on her and gave me the lighter. A gesture I do not take lightly, not only because of the service aspect . . . but he was the best mechanic I have ever known, he made me able to succeed on many jobs that may not have flown so well . . .
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Re: Post your Invicta watches

Post by Guest » September 15th 2010, 11:54am

dude wrote:
. . . slomo - no, I was not aboard her. My mechanic from my stevedoring days served on her and gave me the lighter. A gesture I do not take lightly, not only because of the service aspect . . . but he was the best mechanic I have ever known, he made me able to succeed on many jobs that may not have flown so well . . .


Great story, thanks for sharing.
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Re: Post your Invicta watches

Post by Ditchdoc » September 15th 2010, 1:16pm

Only one I have now
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My wife has one she doesn't wear anymore because her garanteed "swiss gold layering" rubbed off.
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Re: Post your Invicta watches

Post by koimaster » September 15th 2010, 1:25pm

Ditchdoc wrote:Only one I have now


My wife has one she doesn't wear anymore because her guaranteed "swiss gold layering" rubbed off.
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What! that is bonded at the level of bonding where it bonds to the bond chemical



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Re: Post your Invicta watches

Post by DBCooper » September 15th 2010, 1:36pm

All of em

Day & Night $88.89 incl S&H
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Excursion $218.83 incl S&H
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Bolt $236.90 incl S&H (gave away, can't believe I bought this POS)
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Ladies Lupah Revolution (for the wife of course) $248.50 incl S&H
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So I was in exactly $793.12 before I found this place. The only one that I wear is the cheapo Day & Night...go figure. Thanks to you guys I learned what was going on pretty quick. Thanks guys :-)

BTW: This information was compiled very quickly with the Watch Collectors program that Koi linked to. Thanks Koi!



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Re: Post your Invicta watches

Post by Guest » September 23rd 2010, 1:29pm

Those are some great pics. Laid Back Dude, I felt the same way you did as I was browsing through these pics. I still am going to sell some of the new ones I own that are still working. i just bought too damn many of them.
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Re: Post your Invicta watches

Post by koimaster » October 8th 2010, 8:34am

Like the orange but cannot ever wear it. It reminds me of the Oregon Beavers and to a Duck, that is a no -no. Image
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