The trend today is for watches to grow ever bigger. In an age of miniaturization, this may not make sense, but remember it is style, not technology that we are talking about. Because watches are meant to be seen, more and more new watches are showing up in larger dimensions.
I am not always a fan of Invicta watches, but with the number of pieces they release, there are bound to be some cool ones. Lately I have been fascinated with watches that have wood in them. Some watches are all wood, while others use the material for the dial,
James M. from Halifax, Nova Soctia, Canada asks:
This brings up a lot of interesting legal and business questions that could take an entire book to fully answer. While we could get into some of the more interesting elements of intellectual property law and the relevant
I love writing about Invicta watches because you readers get so worked up about them with your polarizing viewpoints. Some of you swear by Invicta carrying around your collection of 47 'ShopNBC specials' in a duffel bag at all times, while other wouldn't touch them with their worst enemy's wrist.
It feels like just weeks ago (it was a few months) when I visited Disneyland here in Southern California and found a general lack of anything even remotely horologically worthwhile. Mickey Mouse has a fine history of being on wrist watches, but today there are precious few modern timepieces which
It's good to have a decent looking watch you can wear doing just about anything, and not worry about nicks, scrapes, and scratches. Why? Because they are cheap enough that you can do that with. The majority of Invicta watches are under $200 and a good deal at that. More