Senin, 19 September 2011

Huge but loving it!

Invicta 14375 Diamond Accented Ion Plated Stainless

Invicta 14375 Diamond Accented Ion Plated Stainless

I was afraid that the watch would not fit me, but it fits great. I'm a plus size that needs at least an 8" bracelet or watch. This watch fit great with a bit of room to spare.
All you need to decrease the size is a pin. It's typical of watches, it has little pins in the band and the links and you just stick a little pin in the hole to remove the connections.
The face is a shiny pearly white with some feint grey engravings. The Roman numbers are black and stand out in sharp contrast. They DO get a bit crowded down around 7 and 8 but otherwise they are fine, and if you are used to reading them, they are quite easy to read. It has a second hand with notches, so it's a fine watch for a nurse or health professional. It's been keeping great time.
It is a large watch - but again, this makes it perfect for a larger woman.
It's water resistant to 50m. It has a 1 year warranty. I love it- it is blingy and I have rose gold jewelry that it looks great with!

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4 komentar:

  1. Received this watch this week as a moms day gift for myself! Beautiful color and brought it to jeweler to have links taken out. He commented on the quality and looks as well, says"very nice watch" couldn't believe the great price I paid! So far LOVE it!!!!!!!

    BalasHapus
  2. I was afraid that the watch would not fit me, but it fits great. I'm a plus size that needs at least an 8" bracelet or watch. This watch fit great with a bit of room to spare.
    All you need to decrease the size is a pin. It's typical of watches, it has little pins in the band and the links and you just stick a little pin in the hole to remove the connections.
    The face is a shiny pearly white with some feint grey engravings. The Roman numbers are black and stand out in sharp contrast. They DO get a bit crowded down around 7 and 8 but otherwise they are fine, and if you are used to reading them, they are quite easy to read. It has a second hand with notches, so it's a fine watch for a nurse or health professional. It's been keeping great time.
    It is a large watch - but again, this makes it perfect for a larger woman.
    It's water resistant to 50m. It has a 1 year warranty. I love it- it is blingy and I have rose gold jewelry that it looks great with!

    BalasHapus
  3. Candice Bender30 Oktober 2012 09.32

    Invicta watches are typically large, heavy, and flashy -- and this women's watch is no exception. I like mine because it's so different from most other women's watches. It sports a polished 18K rose gold plating over stainless steel, and a pearl-colored face with black Roman numerals. The clock face is textured (fine-ribbed spokes from the center to just inside the numerals, then sixty tiny lines marking seconds, and finally, on the outer portion, a smooth pearlized finish), and it has black hands, including a second hand. It does not have a calendar or anything else beyond the standard time face. The rim surrounding the crystal is supposedly "diamond accented," but it's more of a pebbled, plated surface with twelve tiny embedded diamond chips. Even when the watch catches the light, you can't see the diamonds. If you look at the product photo, that's how diamond-y it will look. Not very much.

    What you cannot tell from the photo is that it is the approximate size of a man's watch with a band to match. Unless you are heavy or have a very large bone structure, you're going to have to remove links. Just about every watch I get needs to be shortened, so, to me, this isn't an issue. One link removed might as well be four -- it still has to be shortened. I recommend buying something like Watch Band Link Remover Tool Kit or else plan to take it right away to a jeweler. I have relatively small wrists, so the watch really stands out on my arm. I love wearing the watch with a white or dark solid shirt to set it off. The clasp is large and secure -- not that you wouldn't notice if it fell off your wrist!

    The only thing I don't like about this watch is the large Roman numerals which clump together when you get to VII, VIII, and IX. That quarter of the face looks clunky and poorly designed. (You can see it in the photo, although the angle and shadows hide it to some degree.) If the face had used Roman numerals only at the quarter hours and lines in between, it would look much better.

    This is hardly a delicate watch and instead goes into the flashy-but-classy camp. It has the warmth and unusual look of rose gold with the large size of a watch that begs to be seen. I would find it difficult to wear this watch every day; however, it makes a great accessory for the right outfit.

    -- Debbie Lee Wesselmann

    BalasHapus