Invicta's Reserve Akula shows modern sophistication with an edge!
Invicta Reserve 1355 Men's Akula Swiss Made Quartz Chronograph Red Dial & Polyurethane Strap Watch
The round silver-tone satin brushed stainless steel case proudly displays a triple layer of anti-reflective coating on the Flame Fusion crystal. A handsome round red dial exposes an eye-catching sunray finish. Orange luminous Tritnite index markers appear in all hour positions. Red Tritnite hands revolve, as a date window shows at 4:00. A 1/10 second sub-dial appears near 2:00, a seconds sub-dial shows above 6:00 and a 30 minute sub-dial rests near 10:00. This function is brought to life via a Swiss ETA G10.211 N1 Quartz Chronograph movement. The red polyurethane strap fits up to a 9-1/4" wrist, tapering to 26mm W. Empower your look with his chic Invicta Reserve Akula!
- Strap: Polyurethane Rubber
- Movement: Swiss ETA G10.211 N1 Quartz Chronograph
- Crystal: Flame Fusion
- Crown: Push/Pull w Function Pushers
- Clasp: Buckle
- Strap Measurements: 10-1/4" L x 36mm W
- Case Measurements: 52mm
- Case Thickness: 14.5mm
- Water Resistance: 10 ATM - 100 meters - 330 feet
- Model Number: 1355
- UPC: 843836013551
- Warranty: This timepiece comes with a five year warranty from Invicta, which should be activated by registering on Invicta's website.
- Additional Features: Watch comes packaged in an Invicta watch box with Invicta International guarantee card and instruction manual.
What it means to be Swiss Made: When a timepiece has the phrase ""Swiss Made"" scribed on its dial, you can be assured that quality was a top priority. While most countries adopt a ""Made in (Country Name)"" phrase for their products, ""Swiss Made"" stands out for both its uniqueness as well as the implications it makes. Proud of the quality put forth in their manufacturing capabilities, the Swiss put a law into effect that all timepieces baring the words ""Swiss Made"" must adhere to. First, the timepiece's movement must have been assembled in Switzerland. Secondly, the movement must be cased up in Switzerland. Finally, the manufacturer must carry out the timepiece's final inspection in the country of Switzerland. Overtime, ""Swiss Made"" has become much more than just a phrase. In truth, it has become a standard bearer in the timepiece industry. Signaling quality, craftsmanship and a passion for watchmaking, ""Swiss Made"" has become a phrase that many collectors have come to hold with great reverence.