Structured and proud, the Russian Diver exemplifies what it means to be an Invicta Reserve!
Invicta Reserve Men's Russian Diver Swiss Quartz GMT Polyurethane Strap Watch
The round silver-tone stainless steel case displays a polished coin edged bezel. The crown is located on the lower left side of the case with a screw down protective cap that's connected with a chain.
The round silver-tone dial features a multiple layer series of rings. The outer ring features a 24 hour GMT scale with rose-tone Arabic numerals. The middle ring features blue Arabic numerals at all hour positions except 6:00 and 8:00. The inner ring shows a date scale which lights up the current date. A seconds sub dial ring also featured near 7:00, displays Arabic numerals at five second intervals. Blue hour, minute and second sub dial hands display Tritnite filling. A white GMT hand exposes a blue Tritnite tip. "Invicta" and the Reserve logo display below 12:00 and "Swiss Made" appears at 6:00. This function is put into motion by a Swiss ISA 8176 Quartz GMT movement.
The black polyurethane strap fits up to a 9-1/4" wrist. The Reserve Russian Diver has the capability to change out the strap by using the crown cover. The bezel unscrews to make the chain longer as the crown protector features tools to unscrew the screws on the lugs. Additional straps not included. This timepiece secures with a stainless steel buckle that is etched with "Reserve". Bring the satisfaction of Invicta into your world and experience the luxury of time at its finest!
Please note: The GMT function pusher is located on the left side of the case near the crown, which is flush with the side wall. To activate the GMT function, simply use a pen or paper clip to push the button which will activate the GMT dial.
Additional Features: Comes packaged in Invicta watch box with instruction manual and warranty information.
What is GMT?
GMT stands for Greenwich Mean Time, also referred to as Greenwich Meridian Time. The Greenwich Meridian Line is located in Greenwich, England and is the place from where all time zones are measured. Greenwich Mean Time is the average time that Earth takes to rotate from noon to noon. In this regard, Greenwich Mean Time is essentially the world's time.
GMT was once the basis with which every other zone set time. This is due to the fact that the Greenwich Meridian Line sits at the center of the time zone map at zero-degrees longitude. Even though GMT has been replaced by atomic time as the world's standard, it is still largely regarded as the correct time for every international time zone.