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#91 01-24-2012, 10:59 AM Join Date: Jun 2011 Location: Marshfield, Ma Posts: 864 Real Name: Ed

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Originally Posted by julius6000 Yes. But those problems are documented. The truth lies somewhere between invicta being a company giving customers watches with the same quality/fit/finish/qc/cs for a fraction of the price of other brands. And invicta being a company that has hands falling off of every other model. Well I have 40 of them and different models and the hands are still on.I guess that theory might be a bit exaggerated? __________________

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Collecting can go in so many directions...if you can collect high end brands (Rolex, Audemars, Hublot...etc), more power to you...no shame in that all, and many of us appreciate that. But if you only have so much $$$, then you get what you can and enjoy...Take Mr. Horsetrack on this forum...many brands, styles and pricepoints in his "Look what I got" posts...and you know what...HE ENJOYS IT! Don't let anyone else tell you what belongs in your watch box(es). Get what you want and puts a smile on your face when you wear it. INVICTA...good designs (I don't see how they copied the SAS or Venom from anyone else), good quality for the most part (EVERY manufacturer has problems...I woke up one morning

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