Finally, we’re met with a women’s piece. It’s a vision in gold. The gold on it wasn’t painted on, it was ion plated. It’s 18K, so you’re spoiled. If this wasn’t rich enough, you get crystals on its dial. We don’t know if they’re real or not, but we think they’re cool - when light hits, they turn into disco balls.
As it’s a women’s watch, it’s no surprise that it’s on the smaller side. Its case stretches 1.56 inches (37 mm) across. Its dial, unfortunately, isn’t that big - its bezel takes up a lot of space. If you guessed that it rotates, you’re right. The edges on it help you grip it better. The rotating bezel tells you that it’s quite water-resistant. It can handle 660 feet (200 meters). You can’t dive with it, though – the most it can handle is snorkeling.
Having such a small dial, chronograph sub-dials are not realistic. If it’s any consolation, you get a calendar. But it only reads the date – it’s easy to read as it’s magnified.
When you look closely at the Invicta Angel watch, you’ll realize that you’ve seen its hands before. They’re very much like the Rolex Submariner’s. Considering that the Submariner costs way more, we’re glad about this.
Being so affordable, we’re surprised to see a Swiss quartz movement on it. If you didn’t know, Swiss mechanisms have a lot of craftsmanship going into them.
When you’re deep underwater, you don’t have to worry about the Invicta 14397 falling off your wrist. It has a deployant clasp with an extra safety mechanism.
You’re not looking at a very luminous device. Lume is only on its hands.
What makes it special:
It has a Swiss quartz movement