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Last night I tuned into the "special last hour" of what this year they dubbed the "Invicta Ocean Voyage" (shh...they added a bunch of other stuff like jewelry this year; wonder why?). Of course, to make the last hour special, they unveiled this monstrosity: 52mm, 20mm high “Reserve” Bolt Zeus with diamonds and an extra gumball machine watch stuck on the bottom, announced at $288.99 from host Heather Hall, orgasm noises from both her and some off-camera stage lackeys. Lalo described it as “top shelf manufacture.” They both batted the word “quality” around like it was a badminton game. “One of the most exciting and one of the most unique pieces ever put together,” said Lalo. Nothing ever changes, the con is always strong. It's one-time only, they're never making it again. Translation: We won't have any parts for these, you're stuck with 'em.
Lalo also claimed the new Invicter service center has "the fastest turnaround time" in the industry. I'm serious. Then again, Heather Hall claimed the 52mm watch she was forced to put on "feels like it was made just for me."
The following photo I adore as much as anything I have ever posted here. I do believe it's the entire Invicter experience rolled up in one visual.
A song started, and for some reason everybody who had bellied up to the bar started spasmotically dancing, and what fine dancers they were; just unforgettable, actually.
May God richly bless them all; I hope they all had a fine time on the high seas. I just wonder they they don't drive to a T.J. Maxx or a Burlington Coat Factory and experience pretty much the same thing - they have in-store music, too - and save the cost of the boat trip. Wouldn't help anyway - rule #1 in the official Invicter Fan Rulebook: Never listen to anybody but the TV.
Oh, also on the cruise: Invicta unveiled its new line of double-dialed naked lady watches. Seems proper, eh.