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Join Date: Apr 2010 Location: Vero Beach, Florida Posts: 16 Real Name: Anthony

braniff727200 Junior Member New Geek

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Alright guys and gals, I am not one to be a negative poster, but I'm just a bit disappointed over my new Lupah having to go back. Long story short, hour hand sub dial "inop", as well as second hand loose,( I don't know if thats normal or not, when watch is tilted, second hand sways one click in either direction) This comes after my last purchase, where SHOP sent me the WRONG watch, a BLACK CRODUBA INTERCEPTOR instead of the YELLOW. I managed to get a resolution, but guess what, the LUPAH was the resolution, which now, I have to send back too. It was the ORANGE, that MICHAEL raved about when it aired 2 weeks ago, as well as the YELLOW CORDUBA, that he liked so much too. Funny how I actually ordered both, paid in full for both, and in the end, have nothing on my wrist.

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MATTNATTI Senior Member Veteran Geek

sorry to hear that anthony,i can only imagine you frustration. i have not had any problems with any invicta i have purchased but i would be very ups upset et if things liked this happened to me. it almost makes me think send the lupah back for refund and take a breather from them for a while. i have done that for a couple of reasons and it is comforting to know i am missing out on some of the issues that are happening with some of invicta products. lets hope they work things out before to long. good luck with the dilema. __________________ Did you see that? Do they all got hedges like that? Do they? MATTNATTI View Public Profile Send a private message to MATTNATTI Send email to MATTNATTI Find all posts by MATTNATTI Add MATTNATTI to Your Contacts #3 Today, 03:34 PM Join Date: Apr 2008 Location: Central Ohio Posts: 1,113 Real Name: John

jb182 Senior Member Super Geek

Croton, Android, SO, etc. make some great watches! jb182 View Public Profile Send a private message to jb182 Find all posts by jb182 Add jb182 to Your Contacts #4 Today, 03:55 PM


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Originally Posted by jb182 Croton, on, Android, SO, etc. make some great watches! Sorry to hear about the anticipation that got trashed but after reading about your

dilemna I will have to second this statement! STILL TICKIN View Public Profile Send a private message to STILL TICKIN Find all posts by STILL TICKIN Add STILL TICKIN to Your Contacts #5 Today, 04:01 PM


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That's too bad man. It really stinks when you're excited for something to come and it is wrong or defective. It almost kills that model for you, because even if you exchange for another, you've got that mental image of that same watch, broken... In recent weeks, I've only been buying older Invicta models that have been out for a while... and only from WoW or other geeks. __________________ I’m an early bird and a night owl. So I’m wise and I have worms. BIG T LI View Public Profile Send a private message to BIG T LI Visit BIG T LI's homepage! Find all posts by BIG T LI Add BIG T LI to Your Contacts #6 Today, 04:03 PM Join Date: Jun 2008 Posts: 129

karns944 Senior Member Senior Geek

Sorry to say..... welcome to Invicta (as of late).

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