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    I have an Invicta I bought when I worked a an old school jewelry store in my college days, which would be pre 2003. It's a Japanese Miyota 21 jewel automatic movement with a see through back. No numbers. Silver on silver on silver. Looks like a pro diver. But it predates the Invicta winged second hand. Looked just like a Tissot the store had, but a whole lot more affordable to a college student. The movement has become sluggish over the years, and the watch repair places won't consider working on it because it's a cheap brand (now). Does anyone know if I can refurb it to sapphire and a decent movement?

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    Its not exactly an 'old' watch but....sure you can. I'm a bit surprised that your local watch repair shops wont service or replace that Miyota automatic (despite it being inside an Invicta) but it will likely cost more than simply buying a new better quality watch.
    Last edited by mikeyt_53; 05-15-2020 at 08:04 PM.

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