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Invicta, contrary to what most of us think, also designs watches for women, keeping in mind the fashionable outfits of today. Watches, to women, are symbols of fashion and luxury and Invicta thus creates many of their ladies watches specifically tailored to suit specific styles. Staying fashionable and up to date is about choosing the very bests from Invicta.
That’s to say, Invicta’s Angel collection comes first in this regard. As implied by the name, the Angel is all about setting up a harmonious relation between beauty and purity; with supernal designs and stunning patterns, with contrasts and divine colour schemes. In Invicta’s own words, it is about “...highlighting the aspects of feminine prowess.’
The Invicta Angel collection comprises several subcategories, hovering between the themes of beautiful paintings, animals, pearly faces, precious metals and diamond cases. That’s enough to throw any creative watch lover off the brink. The Invicta Angel Collection Diamonds Gold Tone 0489 Womens Watch with its simple and elegant style does just that and makes you stand out without really making your choice stand out blatantly on the face of others.
The Invicta Angel is a big, thick and an immense example of affordable luxury quartz timepieces for women. Its modest price aside, its design, colour and style is going to meet the needs and preferences of the most hard to please fashion divas. Circular in shape and with an unique appeal, The Invicta Aviator Chronograph Collection Diamonds Gold Tone 0489 Womens Watch is chic and distinctly hip; therefore, it goes with a wide array of formal and casual wears. It has an 18k gold-plating on its stainless steel case and its black, polyurethane strap provides a nice contrast for its Invicta Mako Swiss Pro Diver dial. There are impressive accents and elements on the dial, which are an intricate rose-shape made with cubic zirconia on its bottom-half while the same zirconia is used as hour-markers. They bring forth a dainty and truly feminine appeal. The top is a hard and durable mineral crystal, built to take more than a few hard knocks or bumps. At 42mm, it is slightly on the larger size but boyfriend watches are meant to be like that. But a perfect fit and comfort is assured.
Among additional elements, there is a date feature and a unidirectional bezel orchestrating an ideal equilibrium between time and trend. Together, the elegant assortment of the Invicta Reserve Excursion brings you fashion with a heavenly touch to it and gives you a taste of the different facets of womanly power. The Invicta Angel is boundless in its utility, going above the planes of mere fashion. It helps to accomplish work optimally and help you preserve time, thanks to its one-directional bezel and the Swiss quartz movement, well protected with an water-resistance of 330 feet.
Recommending a watch especially when you are on a budget is tough. Thankfully, there are a few timepieces around like the Orient Automatic Curator Power Reserve FFD0J002W Men’s Watch that make the job somewhat easier. It is a nice dress automatic under $300 for which you do not need to think a lot before making the purchase. It’s definitely not made in Heaven, but its in-house movement with the power reserve complication and a sophisticated design does make it a watch worth going for. Orient is one of the only brands offering budget watches with power reserves. Moreover, it never fails to surprise with its simplicity and elegance and its vintage undertone. This sets the Curator in a class of its own among affordable mechanicals, where it hardly has a strong competitor.
The Orient Classic Automatic is comparatively new addition among dress watches. So it’s trend-true, offers a great style and comprise quality components. All this at a price that’s remarkably low!
There are influences from the Orient Mako Automatic big time but then again, the dial layout and markers twist things up to a very different feel. The Curator’s everyday appeal blends seamlessly with its masculine palette, which includes a beefier case. An automatic movement with power-reserve indicator and sapphire crystal are both uncommon at this price point.
Orient’s in-house 46N40 calibre is a 21-jewel automatic movement that stores 40 hours of power, beats at a frequency of 21,600 bph and displays a date. It doesn’t hack or hand wind, but the movement winds quickly and the keeps good time.
The power-reserve is Orient's signature complication. It contributes a lot towards bringing the classic look, but the detailing is quite sporty. It’s not very easy wrapping two opposing things into one. This aspect, as well as the case (41 x 47.5 x 11mm) makes the Curator a nice casual wear. It’s very simple, without any design or grooving but that’s what gives it a free access to every zone. Neither is it flashy enough for a formal setting, nor even bland enough for sparkly spaces. It borders on the plain; that’s its whole charisma!
The Orient Star Automatic angled bezel merges with the slab-sided body; equally thick lugs taper to 22mm but without losing any of its robustness and masculinity. That’s upgrading a typical dress watch pattern. A solid case back with a large brand logo and other basic information (details about the watch) prettily etched. It matches the face; handsomely full due to the small, individually printed lines denoting minutes and seconds and vintage styled lume dots. You’ll need a closer inspection to detect them. It’s a very low-key implementation to bring in the dress/sporty style; it’s very wearable and very cool look.