Based in Hollywood, Florida, Invicta Watch Group has deep roots and a solid commitment to time and people. The family-owned and operated business dates back to 1837, giving it a century plus of watchmaking knowledge. The brand combines this expertise with a visionary approach to product and marketing, and is always on the cutting edge of technology and design.
Invicta prides itself on being a very human, caring company and is deeply involved in helping smaller charitable causes. It established the nonprofit Invicta Care Foundation, dedicated to providing financial support to often overlooked charities, and has donated to many multinational causes.
In the past the Foundation has donated tens of thousands of pairs of Invicta shoes to the Nashville-based Soles4Souls organization, and just recently raised $15,000 in one afternoon for the Emmaus Medical Mission, which sends medical care and supplies to the people of Mindo, Ecuador, and surrounding areas.
The solid foundation on which the company is built—family ownership, watchmaking heritage and dedication to product quality and value—make it a contender in the watch world. The brand offers a host of automatic and quartz watches that run the gamut from high-tech instruments to fashion-forward timepiece statements. Among Invicta’s most sought-after collections are its sports lines such as the SubAqua Noma IV, Lupah Revolution, Russian Diver, Pro Diver, SeaSpider, Akula, S1 and Invicta Reserve. Recently the company released a series of Invicta Reserve watches that has its followers clamoring. Timepieces include the Sea Hunter, Arsenal II, Capsule Chrono, Lady Ocean Reef and Bolt Flex Limited Edition. Pieces can be viewed at select retailers, Invicta flagships (Mexico, Philippines, Egypt) and in-store boutiques. Aspen Jewelers, 409 S. Hunter St.; invictawatch.com
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This 47.5mm Reserve Capsule Chrono ($1,295) is made in 18k goldplated steel with day and date display and chronograph functions.
The Lady Reserve Ocean Reef watch ($1,395) is crafted in 18k gold-plated steel with a mother-of-pearl dial. It is waterresistant to 200 meters.
This 58mm Reserve Sea Hunter ($1,995) houses a Swiss quartz chronograph movement. It is crafted in gold-plated stainless steel and features a carbon-fi ber dial.