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Hello Jack!
No, they're not made in Russia. Although you would need a real KGB spy to find out where Invicta's parts are actually manufactured. Most parts are from eastern Asia and some from Switzerland. They are then imported into the US for (final) assembly.
The "Russian" comes from the style of watch case used, mainly that huge attached cap that covers and protects the crown.
 

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Invicta employees are always russian to slap together that junk for the Sunday Run on SlopNBC. They're lucky to be finnish by Saturday night. :lol:
 

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My heritage is 1/4 Finnish......kindly use an upper case "F". :001_tt2: :lol:
 
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It's a bit of a moot point. The Invicta company we know of today wasn't even started until the mid 1990's.
 
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