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The Invicta Pro Diver Model 13671 is not what I’d classify as a typical diver other than the 200 meters water resistance and I’m not so sure about that. Most 200 meter watches I’ve seen have a screw-down crown. The appearance of the watch is more of a dress style watch and that’s what got my attention originally. The watch comes in 4 colors (blue, brown, gold, & rose gold). The color is on the bezel, dial accents, and center links on the bracelet. All have a silver, sun-ray dial. The watch is 48mm by 17mm thick, the bracelet is 26mm. The crown is a little oversized and is push-pull. It has some weight but is very comfortable to wear. It has a unidirectional rotating bezel which is easy to turn, this is my first Invicta diver that I can say that about. The watch has a Japanese TMI VD54 chronograph quartz parts movement and the watch and movement are made in Hong Kong. The movement is accurate so far, but not what I’ve come to expect from the Swiss parts movements I’m used to. The pushers have a soft, kind of mush feeling to them, not the click I get from other chronograph pushers. And since the chronograph second hand is on the 6 o’clock sub dial, it’s much harder to read then the other chrono’s I have. All in all, I am happy with the watch, it really has a sharp, dressy look, perfect for going out at night, could be worn with a suit or jeans. My grade, solid B.