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  • Writer's picturePhilip Dashiell

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What's My Wrist-Wear Choice for Today?

My Flavor of the Day

Invicta SubAqua Noma V, Automatic Chronograph, Limited Edition

In my blog entry yesterday, I stated that the Invicta SubAqua Noma III, automatic chronograph, was the one timepiece within my collection that received the most unsolicited positive comments and kudos over time. Well, as bad ass as the SubAqua Noma III timepiece was, the designers at Invicta incorporated all of the design cues that made the III an exceptional timepiece, and improved on all of those design aspects with the V.

The SAN V is more close to being a masterfully machined piece of precise artwork, rather than simply a wristwatch. The design of the bracelet, bezel, dial, chronograph pushers, and crown guard are unlike anything being offered within the industry, and is an homage to no timepiece. It is easily one of the most technically designed and intricately manufactured timepieces that I've ever owned, and the watch holds its' own in style, function, and quality against any luxury brand within my collection.

Coordinating the look of the SubAqua Noma V today with a blue beaded bracelet which compliments the electric blue hues of the bezel and bracelet center links.


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