Invicta Men's 3475 Corduba Collection Oversized Chronograph Watch
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- Quality Japanese-quartz movement
- Durable mineral crystal
- Case diameter: 52 mm
- Stainless-steel case; blue dial; date function; chronograph functions
- Water-resistant to 660 feet (200 M)
|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Invicta|
|Dial window material type||Mineral|
|Case diameter||5.2 centimeters|
|Case Thickness||15 millimeters|
|Band width||27 millimeters|
|Item weight||590 grams|
Invicta Men's #3475
The Invicta Men's Corduba Collection Chronograph Watch features a large, easy-to-read dial face that makes it a great everyday accessory. The casual timepiece is constructed with a stainless steel case, a stationary stainless steel bezel, and a brown leather band with an adjustable buckle clasp. A durable mineral window shields the deep blue dial face, which features large silver-tone Arabic numeral hour indexes at four, eight, and 12 o'clock, as well as silver-dash hour and minute indexes. The dial also includes two chronograph subdials and a date calendar at three o'clock. This chronograph watch is water resistant to 660 feet.
Invitca’s Corduba will guide you through the hours and days with absolute ease and style. Taking inspiration from classic military looks while catering to ladies and gents alike, the ever-growing collection of Corduba timepieces offer such features as large dials, exhibition case backs, day and date displays, 200 meter water resistance, and special crown protection caps. Slip in and out of time knowing Invicta’s Corduba will be following your moments even when you’re not.
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A couple comments: The face is a dark blue with an engraved grid pattern. It also has a REALLY nice feature that when you pull the crown out one stop, the watch keeps going. This lets you advance the date during 30-day months without messing up the time. This is one of my pet peeves since I can't stand to have the date wrong yet I don't want to have to set the time every two months (on average).
The watch band is also very thick which makes it a little stiff, but it comes pre-curved. It is finished in a weird plastic way that sort of makes it look not like leather. The strap is also difficult to stick under the loop.
Functionally, the luminescent hands don't do much. Also, the crown O-ring does not feel like it is really sealing, but I don't plan on getting water on it anyway due to the band. Pulling the crown out is a little difficult since it is very small in order to fit under the cap which is held by the buckle/loop over the chronograph start button. Turning the crown to set the date/time also is not very smooth, like possibly something is bent, so I hope this does not cause any future issues.
The warranty is 1 year, but only if purchased from an authorized dealer. To obtain any service, you have to ship it plus a $28 handling fee. There is an optional extended warranty that covers an additional 4 years for $55, I believe.
In sum, I love the look and feel of this watch. The way that the date sets means I will like this watch a lot more since I can easily advance the date. Hopefully, it will prove durable.
P.S. See my customer images and notes.
This watch like all of the Invicta,s are classy, and they will get noticed!!! This is my fourth Corduba....(I gave my first one to my little brother), so now I am down one and looking to up my collection....with another Corduba or two, and a Russian Driver or three. If you haven't gotten it yet please develop it soon, and keep it...the "Invicta Fever"!! Because, once you buy one you will not be able to pass on such great prices, class, style, and selection.