Revel in Invicta's vivid crossroad where the Russian Diver meets the Sea Spider!
Invicta 0563 Men's Russian Spider Limited Edition Quartz GMT Polyurethane Bracelet Watch
Boasting the popular styling of the iconic Russian Diver case design with the lightweight patented thermo polymer Sea Spider bracelet, a new breed is born.
The round gunmetal stainless steel case displays a fixed coin edged bezel. A screw down canteen style crown protector is attached with a chain. The Russian Diver logo in the dial correlating color is stamped on the painted case back. You'll also see your very own limited edition number on the back.
The enticing round carbon fiber dial comes in flame. A luminous Tritnite spider logo shows at 12:00 and Tritnite stick index markers appear at the remaining hour positions. Tritnite Arabic numerals display at all even hour positions except 12:00. A 24 hour GMT scale surrounds the outer dial. Silver-tone hour and minute hands are accented with Tritnite as the seconds hand appears in silver-tone. The silver-tone GMT hand shows the spider tip, "Invicta" displays below 12:00 and a date window appears at 3:00. This function is propelled by a Swiss Parts Ronda 545.24H Quartz GMT movement.
The black polyurethane bracelet fits up to a 9-1/2" wrist. The polyurethane links resemble the weave of a spider's web, exhibiting stainless steel links that match the case color. "Invicta" and the logo are embossed on the deployment clasp. Brilliantly executed, this Russian Diver and Spider combination presents a fabulous look at a fabulous price!
Additional Features: Watch comes packaged in Invicta watch box with instruction manual and warranty information.
About Carbon Fiber:
Known and appreciated for its strength, carbon fiber is created by bringing raw organic matter to a very high temperature. It is then added to synthetic resins until they are scorched or carbonized, producing a thin, strong, durable material. These qualities make it popular in producing structures where light materials are preferable and capable of enduring a great deal of tension. Carbon fiber is therefore common in the production of automobiles, aircrafts and buildings.