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This one is mine and when I ordered it, a "beater" was just what I was looking for. My job can be murder on a watch finish and in fact on it ever working again. So, I needed a "beater". My reasons (in no particular order) for liking this "beater" are as follows.

1. Price. About $50 on sale so if it does get destroyed, no big deal.

2. Appearance. Not the best looking watch I own by far but beats the crap out of the Timex I have been wearing at work for the past couple years.

3. 10 year battery. Should not have to crack the back for some time therefore it should retain it's water resistance. Not a bad poolside when on vacation either. I just jump in. So far, so good and again, if it stops, due to number one, no big deal.

4. Easy to read. As I have gotten older the eyes are not as good. Large hands and markers are easy for me to tell the time without glasses.

5. Comfort. Not to large and/heavy, I do not even realize I have it on.

6. Function. It keeps great time.

7. See number one again!:001_tt2:

I dd btw find a retirement home for my Timex:lol:


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I don't have an Invicta beater (Hell, I've only got two Invictas). My "beater" is my Wenger:

And I just realized that "My 'beater' is my Wenger" almost sounds kinda' dirty. Sorry 'bout 'dat...


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Very nice. What is battery life these days?
This one was at least 2 years old but I don't know how long the watch sat before I bought it and since I rarely were it any more the battery could have died 6 months ago!!!
I am going to promote it to my 2008 spring/summer beater.

It has been neglected for a long time. If not for this thread it'd still be sleeping in its box!!
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