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Oh yeah...for what it's worth....my Rolex spent more time in the shop than it ever did on my wrist. I spend 2 or 3 times what the watch was worth on repairs because the automatic movement wouldn't run for more than a few months at a time before it would stop working properly. I had the same issues with the Rolex Date-Just that I had. It was beautiful, but spent so much time in Switzerland that I should have brought cheese with it when it was "home" with me. My first Invicta automatic looks so much nicer than the Rolex and has kept perfect time for over three years now. __________________

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Join Date: Mar 2011 Location: Austin, Texas Posts: 801 Real Name: Cary Clayton Karnstadt

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Originally Posted by The Franchise I own Rolexs, Breitlings, Tags, Hammys and many more people consider "mid to low end". I love my Invictas for what they are. Big pieces of art. Walking down the street, I get more looks and questions about my SAS or Arsenal than I do when my Submariner or Chronomat are on. Kevin, I too, get more compliments wearing my Invicta watches than my two-tone Submariner or my Cartier tank! For what you are getting, you just can't

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