Invicta Signature Collection Corduba Automatic Watch 7136.
A beautiful, classic, intricate watch for a man that won’t compromise between quality and style. This deal of the day is $132 (76% off the $560 retail price). Sale ends at midnight tonight (EST). October 22, 2009.
Today’s deal of the day is a beautiful piece of alpha male heaven (you know, the part of heaven that has a full football stadium, cholesterol-free bacon burgers, and all the nerds you can beat up). It’s a gorgeous gold and black design plated with 23k yellow gold and a techno band (don’t know what a techno watch band is? Neither do I! That’s how cool it is) that’s fit for a king (love ‘em or hate ‘em, I could totally see the king from those Burger King commercials wearing this). And it comes with something unique that only Invicta offers: a skeleton window and exhibition back case that allows you to see the golden inner clockwork in all its glory.
There simply aren’t many watches like it. It reminds me of some sort of unwritten Disney movie where the 12-year old main character discovers a magical object that leads him or her to the lost city of Atlantis (I’m in the process of selling the screenplay to Disney. Brilliant, huh?), or something futuristic and mysterious, like the spaceships in that movie “Contact” with Jodie Foster (better buy two of these watches just in case Gary Busey’s son destroys one), or even some object from the National Treasure movies that’s supposed to be some super advanced technology from Colonial times that Benjamin Franklin invented (and yet I can’t buy a replica of it at Colonial Williamsburg). In any case, it’s gorgeous, and looks great anytime you need to stand out. It would look great in a nice suit. It would look great in a cheap suit. Heck, you could show up wearing absolutely nothing, and people would say, “Hey, great suit. Where’d you get that watch?” (try it and let me know how it goes…assuming they let you email from prison, that is). And if anything should go wrong, Invicta warranty will make sure it gets fixed and back in Alpha male working order immediately. With JomaDeals, you should never have to compromise between quality and style (like at Alpha Male Heaven Stadium, you make the impossible, last second, game winning score on every play. It’s great).
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Manufacturer Item: 7136
Movement: Japanese Automatic
Case Material: 23k yellow gold plated stainless steel
Case Diameter: 52mm
Case Shape: Round
Case Thickness: 15mm
Bezel Material: 23k yellow gold plated stainless steel
Dial Color: Black
Dial Markers: White with gold outline, Tritnite luminous
Dial Type: Analog
Hands: White with gold outline, Tritnite luminous
Crown: Push/Pull /Crown with protective Canteen style cap
Band Color: Black
Band Length: Mens standard
Band Material: Techno
Band Width: 26mm
Clasp Type: Buckle
Water Resistance: 660 ft (200 meters)
Misc Information: Black dial with skeleton window; luminous hands; exhibition case back; crown with unique screw down protective cap; Functions without a battery; Powers automatically with the movement of your arm
Weight: 1.3 Pounds
Warranty: 1-Year Invicta Warranty
Latin for "Invincible", Invicta was founded in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland by Raphael Picard. Picard had the radical notion that fine Swiss timepieces could be offered at modest prices. In 1837 Invicta began handcrafting its first watches and for well over a century this diligent company created manual and automatic winding pieces of exceptional design and construction. In 1991, the descendents of the Invicta family re-established the brand holding firm to Picard's founding principle of affordable luxury. They recognized that Invicta could provide the watch buying public with unprecedented access to the fine Swiss quality at prices well within their reach. Still privately owned and operated, Invicta has powered forward with Picard's maverick spirit, and the once small company has grown into a dynamic force worshipped by collectors and feared by the watch-making industry.