Noticed that Uncle Eyal failed to disclose if the movement have a 45 hours power reserve with the chrono on
...this is important for two reasons, first because it needs to be disclosed for the sake of know what you getting as a consumer and for comparison purposes, secondly because it is already a geek (I'm sure will be more) comparing the NE78A with the Seiko 8R28 (use in the Brightz Phoenix Chronograph among others)
The 8R28 is entirely made in Japan by Seiko (SII) Morioka Watch Atelier , Morioka make and manufacture most high grade Seiko mechanical movements today and I seriously doubt it Invicta will have access to Japan only
Like the NE78A the 8R28 have 34 jewels, that been said, the mainspring of the 8R28 uses Seiko's in house SPRON 510 rated at 45 hours power reserve with the chronograph running.
So I would like to know, what kind of mainspring the NE78A have? where are the complete specs?
The 8R28 is a much higher-end chrono movement that the 7750 and more expensive too... wonder if they want to imply in typical Invicta bullshit that both, the NE78A and 8R28 are the same...noticed that it was no reply to the geek sugesting just that.