07-23-2011, 05:18 AM
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Review of Invicta IN6534 Men's Subaqua Noma IV Watch
Invicta IN6534 Men's Subaqua Noma IV Watch
out of 5
An impressive luxury sport watch for men is the Subaqua Noma IV watch from Invicta. This is a watch that features a beautiful nautical-inspired look to it. It is also a watch that is very comfortable on the user.
The look of the watch is the first thing to take a look at. The Subaqua Noma IV has a flame fusion crystal over the face. This crystal was able to work with all scratch tests and was completely intact after all tests were completed. Meanwhile, the black face works with a series of stainless steel and gold accents. The twelve number dials work as stainless steel dots while the hands are all made of gold.
The back of the dial features a clear window that shows the mechanics of the watch and its battery. This back area is very well protected and is tough to break into without using a screw to open up the area first.
The outside part of the dial is also nice. It has a black build with minute numbers around its edges.
The automatic movement of the hands is a great feature to take a look at. There is very little need for getting the watch to be wound up. However, it is easy to adjust in terms of how the hands are set. The hands can also work to adjust the calendar date listed on the watch.
The band on the watch is made with a cross between stainless steel black and golden materials. This strap is very appealing to the eyes while at the same time comfortable. The deployant clasp is also convenient.
Invicta says that it made the Subaqua Noma IV when the seas in mind. This is definitely evident in that the watch has a water resistant level of five hundred meters. While it would be next to impossible for me to try and get this watch to go all that way down it was able to pass all water resistance tests.
This watch is relatively expensive in that it costs about twelve hundred dollars to get. However, I was able to get this watch for a thousand dollars. A useful thing about this watch is that while it is very expensive it does work with a one year warranty alongside an optional five year warranty. These warranties are both provided by Invicta to protect the watch in the event that it is damaged.
Review by professional reviewer
, Sep. 1, 2010