On the matter of preferring the lower priced Invictas or the more expensive ones, I notice that after a while I strongly prefer the more expensive ones than the ones I "got a great deal" on. The more expensive ones have the best movements and cases. Lately, I just save myself the regret and don't buy the best deals. Quality counts in buying Invicta. As someone once said (Stanley Marcus, I think), "You'll never regret buying the best." Stay in the NBZ until you can. DavidHRC View Public Profile Send a private message to DavidHRC Find all posts by DavidHRC Add DavidHRC to Your Contacts #118 01-24-2012, 02:57 PM
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Wow...I opened up a whole can of worms here LOL rxer311 View Public Profile Send a private message to rxer311 Find all posts by rxer311 Add rxer311 to Your Contacts #119 01-24-2012, 03:30 PM Join Date: Jan 2009 Location: Las Vegas Posts: 2,283 Real Name: A.J.
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Originally Posted by skibovr6 I have been buying them for about 5-7 years and I have seen a decrease in quality there is NO denying that.
One could just as correctly state, "Customer A has been buying them for about 5-7 years and has seen an increase in quality; there is NO denying that" ; or "Customer B has been buying them for about 5-7 years and has seen a no change in quality; there is NO denying that"