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i don't have the wrist to wear some of cool yet huge watches coming out lately. what are models that are 42-43mm. no 40mm though. i could never wear that smaller size again.... i do know of the 5017 and hve 42mm python now..
 

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Invicta has the pro diver line which if I'm not mistaken have a few nice pro diver models in the 43mm range, but with invicta it really seems to be 40mm or 47mm and larger. The 47mm grand diver wears really well, I dont think you would be dissapointed
 

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One way you can tell if the model (I don't know if this works with the new models) is 43mm is by the Stingray on the dial around 6:00, and the number 43 will be etched in the caseback.
 

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I have a Python Sport racing edition in a 43mm case size with a really nice wave pattern dial, it's really grea. It's model number 3913, it also has a nice IP bracelet as well. It's more of a "race inspired" watch.
 

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3 of my 4 Invictas are either 43 or 44 mm. I love my 40 mm 9094, but I tend to prefer 'em a bit bigger.

6069 Pro Diver (44)

5124 Grand Diver (44)

4721 (43)
 

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What movement is in the 4721?

According to Invicta, it's a "Swiss Technica Ebauche" (whatever that means--they promote it as an in-house movement) but per sources on the web more likely a variant or clone of a Chinese Seagull movement. I have specs somewhere and will try and dig them up. AFAIK this particular movement is only used in the 4721 and its black-dial variant.

So far it has been very accurate and trouble-free (though 13ECHO had initial QC problems w/his rotor--it detached itself!). And it is nice to look at, more decorated (and colorful!) than most in this range:


 

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3 of my 4 Invictas are either 43 or 44 mm. I love my 40 mm 9094, but I tend to prefer 'em a bit bigger.

4721 (43)
That is a good looking watch. I would love to see it on a brown croc strap. That might satisfy my desire for one of the Longines Master Collection watches at 1/10 the price.
 
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