Invicta Women's Diamond Wildflower Chronograph Watch
- Analog display
- Stainless steel case
- Stainless steel bezel encrusted with 16 diamonds
- Stainless steel and 18-karat gold-plated stainless steel band
- Swiss quartz movement
- Chronograph complication
- Gold-tone and luminous hour and minute hands
- Gold-tone second hand
- Second, minute, and day subdials
- Date window
- Adjustable band with hidden clasp
- Case dimensions: 33mmx11mm
- Band dimensions: 8.5"x16mm
- Water resistance of 10 atm
In 2012, Invicta celebrated its dodransbicentennial—a rare word for a rare occasion. For 175 years, Invicta—whose name is Latin for invincible—has branded finely crafted Swiss timepieces designed to outlive their wearers. This philosophy was conceived of by the company’s founder, Raphael Picard, who in 1837 assembled tiny gears, springs, and cogs by hand to create high-quality timepieces at reasonable prices. By 2000, Picard’s successors maintained a spread of more than 1,000 models, using materials such as gold and mother-of-pearl to mark them clearly as a cut above.
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