robatsu wrote:All these Invictas I've seen here, I've never seen anything remotely similar IRL.
Where is stuff like this being worn?
This week, Invicta is actually setting sail on the third annual "Invicta Cruise," leaving Florida en route to Invicta Heaven or something, with what the company is claiming are 2,500 Invicta watch owners. In short: These things tend to be worn by people who watch home shopping networks and think the shills on their TV screens are their actual friends. They're the kind of people who order plastic rotisserie ovens and "miracle' slicers they don't need because they saw them on TV, think professional wrestling is real, and make endless bad life and financial choices. They're the type of people who send money to religious hucksters, play the lottery instead of making financial investments, and buy pre-made frozen peanut butter sandwiches to feed to their kids because the complexity of wiping some jelly and peanut butter on white bread is, you know, a lot of work. They're the type of people who like their watches at retail at the Invicta stores - hey, does Rolex give you five free watches when you buy three? Do you get to meet big time celebrities at the store like Eyal Lalo or even Gabrielle Union?
In other words, they're purchased by pretty much the type of people who would think the watch at issue here is handsome.
Listening to Justin Zimmer trying to explain Glycine watches on ShopPU is like listening to Pernell Roberts explain what beans make a good cup of coffee.