Invicta Women’s 15253 Pro Diver Rose Gold Ion-Plated Watch
Last updated: November 9, 2022
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Rated to 200 meters of water pressure and designed with Japanese quartz precision, this watch will be as reliable on short dives as it is in the boardroom. The case, face and band are stainless steel with a rose gold ion-plating, while the stationary bezel features 30 mineral crystals.In our analysis of 16 expert reviews, the Invicta Women's Pro Diver Rose Gold Ion-Plated Watch placed 6th when we looked at the top 12 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Rose gold tone stainless steel case 38mm diameter x 12mm thick; Rose gold dial with 20 crystal accents; Luminous hands. Japanese quartz movement, PC32A Caliber; Assembled in Japan; SR626SW battery included; Watch weight: 126 grams. Rose gold tone stainless steel band, 215mm L x 18mm W; Band is adjustable by adding/removing links; Fold over safety clasp. Mineral crystal; Push/pull crown; Stationary rose gold tone stainless steel bezel accented with 30 crystals; 100 meter water resistant: Suitable for recreational surfing, swimming, snorkeling, sailing and water sports. Not suitable for diving. Includes gift box, instruction manual and 3 year limited manufacturer warranty; Invicta Customer Service can be reached at 1-800-327-7682 or at Invictawatch.com, “Contact”, for questions (re: Additional links, band replacement, band adjustment, warranty questions, etc.)
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Invicta uses a process called “flame fusion,” or the “Verneuil method” to manufacture their own gemstone-quality crystals. Sapphires are known for their hardness and high scratch-resistance. Invicta uses this process to manufacture sapphire-quality crystals for their watch faceplates, resulting in a scratch-resistant surface.
The drawback to using sapphire glass is that its surface reflectivity is several times higher than simple mineral glass (the kind in your windows). Watch-makers compensate for this by applying a wafer-thin anti-reflective coating resulting in a resilient and entirely unobstructed view of the watch face. You may think that you have scratched your glass, but what you’ve likely done is scratched the anti-reflective coating. A quick visit to a professional can strip and restore that coating at a much lower cost than replacing the glass or the entire watch.
- Be aware of the difference between a watch piece being made of a material as opposed to that piece being plated with a material. This is particularly important if you have allergies to any metals.
- Jewelry plating is applied by a process that encourages a very thin layer of it to adhere and bond to the base material. In this way, a steel watch can be plated in gold, silver or nickel.
- This also means that continuously wearing that jewelry can rub off the plating through day-to-day wear and tear. Occasional use and proper care can extend the lifespan of your watch’s finish.