|Quote, originally posted by flat4one »|
|Invicta uses ETA/Valjoux movements in MANY of their watches (same as your Omega, I might add) as well as Sellita movements. Their "Reserve" line is hand-assembled in Switzerland and costs a fraction of what your Omega does. Because they don't spend tens of millions of dollars every year on advertising, they can afford to charge less for the SAME QUALITY. If you had any idea what you were talking about, you'd know this. By the way, there's absolutely nothing wrong with a quartz movement. Another fact you'd know, if you were a "watch guy." As a matter of fact, Omega makes quartz watches too. Don't start bashing things you don't know about. |
Im in shock that someone is comparing an Invicta with anything worth half a ****. The current company that comprises Invicta has nothing to do with the quality and heritage of the Invicta of the past. Invcta has become a new Fossil for people who think they are in the know. I suggest you do some research on the contemporary history of the company.
Even if those watches have the same movement as my Omega(s), they ruined the brand with the low end. The name carries no worth whatsoever.
And im well aware Omega produces a few models in quartz, but you wont see them on my wrist. And yes, there is a lot wrong with a quartz movement.