Invicta offered the exact same case, movement and strap design in a number of different dials and under a number of different names. The movement is, if memory serves, a Swiss Ronda.
About a year ago, it was called the S1 Chronograph and offered as an OTV on "Shop". I own one and it is a beautifully finished quartz-o-graph. Approximately 44 or 45 MM, the bezel and strap compliment the dial. The bracelet is adjustable by removing links and then fine-tuning the pins on the diver-clasp; a perfect fit. The OTV came with an additional rubber strap and some neat packaging touches to compliment the automotive theme of the watch.
The chronograph offers a 10-hour ET and the watch has been extremely accurate. Somewhere between a "beater" and a more serious addition to your collection, I think it is a very nicely made timepiece for the price. I paid well under $150 when it was an OTV, but anywhere under $220 or so would be a good deal.
What NAYTH said. Really liked mine and women seemed to notice it a lot.
Sold it off in the Great Chrono Reduction Sale but wouldnt hesitate to recommend it.
2 things I DIDNT like was the hands are sometimes hard to see in certain light but then again we dont wear a watch to tell time, do we? Blue or black face might make them easier to see.
No screw down crown either, a minor thing unless you want to get it wet but then again, we dont get our watches wet, do we?