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It's mostly in the movement, but there are also some nice improvements to the case and bracelet of the 9937. The 8926 old versions had the Miyota 8215. New ones may have either the SII NH25 or NH35. The 9937 can have one of 2 Swiss movements. An ETA or a Sellita.
 

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The bracelet on the 9937 is a tad heavier with solid endlinks. The newer NH35A in the 8826 movement is exceptional but the Sellita is a higher beat movement meaning the second hand is a tad smother.

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Thanks. I began wearing a 8926OB with the NH35 movement last week and I like it. It keeps good time and wears easy on my very small wrist.

I was just curious.

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Congrats on the new 8926OB your going to love it, but be careful its known as a gateway watch. Its how Invicta hooks you. Before you know it you have 40 watches like me. :001_tt1::scared:
 

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Just as an adjunct: I do believe the 8926 and 9910 were the same watch - with the exception being the 8926 is the bracelet and the 9910 being the rubber-strapped version (at least through the NH25 period; I don't know about the 35 now).
 

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For $78 shipped, I can afford the Invicta habit if I get hooked.

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Uh huh, thats what they all say. The first one always sets the hook and then comes the upward or is that downward spiral. "Oh one one wont hurt, oh man that is so nice, look at that one:001_tt1:" Out comes the wallet and CC and before you know it you wind up like Patsbosoxfan or me even.:scared:
 
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