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Invicta Sandstone Dial Report
One Invicta watch dial. The dial is black in color, measures approximately 36.60 mm in diameter and 0.35 mm in depth. The dial material consists of synthetic materials, quartz & a polymer composite with metallic flakes. Due to the heavy polymer a refractive index is not available.
Please note the description by Invicta is Sandstone enhanced with goldstone. Goldstone is glass not polymer. For those who a naysayers and will be running to tell JS, the legal department of Shopnbc has been provided this document already.
The report with the letter head will be uploaded later today or tomorrow.
As a follow up I asked Linda at Pacific Labs to clarify for me.
The dial is a mix of particles in synthetic quartz. Sandstone is not a synthetic and does not come in a black color. It does not contain the metallic flakes that are present in this dial. If a stone is synthetic, it is man-made and cannot be called natural. Many crystals are referred to as “Sapphire”, but they are also synthetic. Also, Sandstone is an amalgam and is not hard enough on its own to form the dial. Does this help?
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