InvictaShark has the Invicta 5809 Pro Diver Collection Swiss ETA Chronograph Stainless Steel Black Dial 100M Mens Watch for $119 - $2 off with coupon code THANKSBEN2 + $5 shipping = $124 shipped. Features stainless steel case and screwdown caseback with jet-black wave patterned dial boasts Tritnite-coated luminous silvertone hands and hour markers, water resistant 100 meters.

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    madcrapper Ben's cred: 3
    Posted 9:38 am PDT 09/23/09

    I never understood the whole male people fascination. Unless you're actually diving, are watches even necessary in the digital age? Time can be had anywhere - cell phone, PC screen, web, most portable digital media players/iPods, car stereo, cable box, radio news, TV news and weather channels, airport, train & bus terminals, malls, store, parking & toll receipts, even some gas pumps and restrooms...etc, etc.

    Or do some folks like to non verbally say, "Oh look at me, I spent blah or had it gifted. It's even made of gold/silver/platinum and has blah diamonds or whatever bling."

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    hawk45 Ben's cred: 1
    Posted 11:17 am PDT 09/23/09

    I wear and use my watch everyday.. I must be old fashion.

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    cavedog Ben's cred: 10
    Posted 12:01 pm PDT 09/23/09

    @#1 My reasons for having a good watch are not superficial as you suggest in your post.

    I am simply following in my dad's footsteps. Watches are important to me, along with a host of other things, because it was important to my dad. I grew up watching him and his rituals and guess what...i follow them to the dot. Thats all.

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    junketcjunk Ben's cred: 22
    Posted 12:19 pm PDT 09/23/09

    To a certain extent, I agree with #1. If time is of the essence, get an atomic watch - it will be way cheaper and way more accurate than some of these expensive watches sold in people stores. The expensive watch mongers do not talk about the accuracy anymore - to get extra dollars from you, they need the sizzle and sex appeal. Who cares about quartz movement when one can get atomic accuracy. If you want gizmos built in, get a Casio - they have models that include solar power, atomic timekeeping in 5 zones, compass, temperature, barometer, altimeter etc etc - all for about $200. Not cute but accurate and cool.

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    azrob1969 Ben's cred: 1
    Posted 1:54 pm PDT 09/23/09

    $125 is an expensive watch to you guys? are you joking?

    Anyways, this watch is not a bad looking piece at the price. Invicta seems to be making pretty darn good replicas of the luxury watches, and from what I read they actually hold up well. stainless, 330 foot water resistance, and with quartz movement will likely last for years. The only knock I can come up with is that it has a hardened mineral crystal, when I like a sapphire crystal. At this price point it would be gosh-darn remarkable to find sapphire though.

    This looks similar to my daily wear casio, bought for about this price three years ago. If you want bling, get a rolex or an omega...

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    NorthSouth Ben's cred: 287
    Posted 2:37 pm PDT 09/23/09

    #3 must surely be one of the biggest morons going.

    If thy Father never used a computer, are you following in his footsteps? If thy Father never visited the wonderful Jersey Shore, are you following in his footsteps?

    To live your life limited to someone else's standards is to deny your own abilities.

    Did you have a Mother? Why aren't you also following in her footsteps? Wait! You will find it difficult following two sets of footsteps.

    I have reason to believe thy Father was a drug addict. Are you going to use the same pusher? That's gonna be difficult. He was arrested 9 years ago and is still serving time.

    Are you driving thy Father's car? No? I suppose you feel ashamed about that one.

    Are you having intimate relations with thy Mother? Thy Father presumably did (although it might have been the pizza delivery boy). Why aren't you following in his ****steps?

    Lastly, you claim to not be superficial. OK. But you sure are one of the dumbest people I have heard from in quite a while. Thy Father never responded to me with a flame posting. I suggest you keep quiet and follow in his footsteps.

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    GladIAmNotYou Ben's cred: 1
    Posted 4:09 pm PDT 09/23/09

    Ipso Facto, #6, thou art an A>S>S>H>O>L>E....

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    robertd33 Ben's cred: 8
    Posted 5:20 pm PDT 09/23/09

    why are watches so important in diving?
    stop arguing. if you want to wear a watch, wear one.
    if you don't, don't. this one looks a bit huge for me, but thanks anyway.

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    cavedog Ben's cred: 10
    Posted 7:30 pm PDT 09/23/09

    #6 that was funny lol.

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    ucansee Ben's cred: 139
    Posted 10:56 pm PDT 09/23/09

    #1 I agree with you to a point. But!.. I do own a Rolex,Omega and Longene. 3 years ago, I started to put these watch away in my Safe, Never wear it since. I belive these things cause problems, You get Mug Fast, Con Fast, Scam Fast. and everywhere you go, People thinks you got money up your Axx, Things cost double and sometimes triples, especially in the SERVICES area. People thinks you got the money, and lot of it..

    I also carries a 24k solid gold chain necklace, Weight about 2 ounce worth about 1600 bucks. not that I'am trying to show off or what, I always belive if I ever runs into trouble,Problems and need CASH fast. At least,I got something to POND or SELL.. Forget about your Computers and all yours Hi-Tech toys They don't worth much after been used and it's loses its value fast, Forget about your so call True FRIENDS, They will turn their back on you, When your in trouble and got desperate. The only thing can solve your problems is gold,silver,platinum,diamonds and Watches they don't lose their value fast, It can be used all over the World..

    #3 The way you talk, you come from a good family background, Yea!. I respect that.. and then you come back as #9 after being attack, WoW!..What a true Gentelman and a Scholar..

    #6 After I read your post, I almost fell of the chair, That was funny. I hardly laugh so hard, Thank you..

    about the watch, SOLD OUT. I did some diving, at Cancun. a 60m water proof Timex will work, cost under 50 bucks. I was supprize it did'nt fog up, bought it at Walmart under CLEARANCE for 15 bucks This watch looks like a heavy duty serious type of diving watches, it say 100m WoW..

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    JediKnight Ben's cred: 695
    Posted 3:09 am PDT 09/24/09

    #9 has a great sense of humor!

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3855
    Posted 8:44 am PDT 09/24/09

    The real question is if you need to know what time it is, why fiddle around with inferior ways of finding out when a freakin' watch is purpose built for this.

    It doesn't need to make you look like a pimp, but having it be sturdy, waterproof, and finely finished so gunk doesn't cling to it are good attributes.

    In other words, only poor people don't have a nice watch, but nice doesn't have to mean money spent on anything other than physical attributes that make it good for it's core purpose.

    Atomic watches are a waste of money, even a $5 generic dime store watch is quite accurate these days. It need not communicate with mars, wind itself, use solar power, or much of anything besides running for a few years from a $1 battery. A quality watch need not cost much over $85 for decades of service unless you happen to need special features. Personally I like those with tritium markers, allowing you to not only tell time in the dark but preserve your night vision after doing so.

    To some people that would be a waste, and to others having it be hypoallergenic is important. There are lots of reasons why people don't skimp on things they find useful in their lives, finding reasons to live a barren life is for the birds.

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    pfft Ben's cred: 83
    Posted 12:35 pm PDT 09/24/09

    #10, a true dive watch is rated at least 200M, and is tested to an ISO standard for water resistance under SCUBA conditions. There aren't many fashion-type watches that meet that criteria, certainly not this one. Having said that, this looks like a nice enough 'desk diver'.

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