The round black stainless steel case
displays a unidirectional ratcheting bezel with raised Arabic numerals.
Four barrels feature triangular cut-outs near the quarter hours. A
custom Invicta protector keeps your screw down crown in flawless
condition while creating a great look! The exhibition case back gives
you an inside look into the Swiss Sellita SW200 Automatic movement with
26 jewels which powers this piece.
The round black dial shows luminous Tritnite dot markers in all hour
positions except 3:00. The hour, minute and sub-dial hands are accented
with Tritnite. "Invicta" and the Subaqua logo show below 12:00, a date
window appears at 3:00 and "Swiss Made" proudly displays at 6:00.
The black polyurethane rubber strap displays stainless steel inserts
on each side. It fits up to a 7-3/4" wrist, tapering to a comfortable
23mm W. Secure it with the buckle clasp that is etched with the Invicta
logo. Ensure you look and feel your best with Invicta's Subaqua Noma IV
by your side!
Strap:Polyurethane Rubber and Stainless Steel
Movement:Swiss Sellita SW200 Automatic w/ 26 jewels
Strap Measurements:9-1/4" L x 31mm W
Water Resistance:50 ATM - 500 meters - 1650 feet
Warranty:One year limited warranty by Invicta with the option of extending it to five years.
Invicta has boldly stepped into the fire and re-emerged with yet
another technical achievement. Now being featured in Invicta watches is
the latest Trademark for synthetic crystals, Flame Fusion. In a process
utilizing high heat, high pressure and an Aluminum Oxide combination,
the mineral (glass) and Sapphire properties are fused together. This
unique fusion results in the impact resistance of a standard mineral
crystal and offers the scratch resistance of the Sapphire. Flame Fusion
is one more way in which Invicta continues to set new, superior
standards, making their timepieces the exception to any rule.
Additional Features:Watch comes packaged in Invicta watch box with instruction manual and warranty information.
About Automatic Movements
Automatic movements stem from mechanical movements with one key
difference: a mechanism automatically winds the timepiece's mainspring
as opposed to forcing the wearer to manually wind. This occurs thanks to
a weighted rotor that spins on its own axis, continually charging the
Timepieces with automatic movements are meant to be appreciated for
the craftsmanship and complex aesthetic that they provide and are a
must-have for any watch enthusiast!