Invicta Catches Hold on Colorful Palette of Ocean Jelly Watches


Invicta catches hold on colorful palette of ocean jelly watches. Invicta has modified many of its watch designs and emerged from the depths with ocean jelly watches. These watches are definitely stunning without the sting. The playful palette of colors and styles is sure to have something for everybody.



There is the Invicta Excursion Classic Reserve in white. It has Swiss made components, it is an automatic and the wrist band is high grade polyurethane having stainless steel inserts and buckle. It has a sunray dial with date display and Tritnite luminous hand. It is water resistant up to 200 meters.


The Invicta Russian Driver Quinotaur in vibrant yellow. This watch has professional Swiss chronograph movement, stainless steel case and screw-down case-back. It has a sunray dial with date display and Tritnite luminous hand. The wrist band is high grade polyurethane having stainless steel inserts and buckle. It is water resistant up to 100 meters.

The Invicta Akula Classic Reserve claims notoriety. It too has a stainless steel case and screw-down case-back with hydraulic pressed marking. It has a flame fusion crystal, sunray dial with applied rings. Stainless steel crown and irregular pushers with date display. The wrist strap is silicon and it comes in assorted colors. It is water resistant up to 100 meters.

The Invicta S1 Classic GMT cruises in the fast lane. It is available in solid stainless steel case and screw-down case-back. It also has a flame fusion crystal, sunray dial with transparent plastic plate. It is available in assorted colors and has a high grade polyurethane strap. It is water resistant up to 100 meters.

The Invicta Venom Classic Reserve strikes for greatness. Its appearance and looks are stunning. It is solidly constructed with chronographic features. It has a unidirectional bezel with screws on the side. It features the same hardware (stainless steel) case and case-back. It is water resistant up to 1000 meters.

The Invicta Subaqua NOMA III was engineered as an iconic divers watch ready for complex time and adventure. It has the stainless steel case and case-back. Unidirectional turning bezel. Flame fusion crystal, date dislay with Trinite luminous hands and indexes. It is available in assorted colors and has a rubber wrist strap with stainless steel inserts and buckle. It is water resistant up to 500 meters.

The Invicta Ocean Jelly are exiting and the above mentioned watches are just reaching the surface, there are even more swimming in the depths of the Invicta ocean. Check them out on Invicta’s website at

Invicta Introduces Russian Diver Artist Series Collection

Combine Swiss watchmaker Invicta with famed graffiti artist Erni Vales and what do you get? A very unique, contemporary timepiece that is a brilliant work of art! Invicta has released three limited edition watches that ooze character and an intense sense of exclusiveness.

Invicta, originally founded in 1837 in Switzerland, was re-established in 1991 by descendants of the Invicta family. Building on the founding principle, the company continues to use a hands-on approach to ensure quality and the highest standard in their watches.

In case you have never heard of Ernie Vales, he is a highly regarded graffiti artist who has created many art pieces for clients such as Madonna, Lady Gaga, Elton John, Google, Mountain Dew, and Nikon. His talent has included large-scale murals featured in many Hollywood scenes. Thus Invicta’s partnership with Ernie Vales has produced timepieces that are trendy, innovative and a collector’s dream.

Invicta Russian Diver Artist Series watch
Invicta Russian Diver Artist Series watch – Leather Twin

The three Artist Series Limited Edition timepieces are a part of the Russian Diver Collection and include the:

  • Lace Twin
  • Leather Twin
  • Panda Suit

Each watch comes with a unique “bear” on the face and the artist’s signature on the case back.

The “Lace Twin” Artist Series Limited Edition watch face appears with a red background and features a cuddly bear that is wrapped in a net of lacework. The watch comes in a combination of red and black colors with a high grade polyurethane strap with stainless steel buckle.

The “Leather Twin” Artist Series Limited Edition watch face is also seen with a red background and contains a blue teddy-type bear that is sitting hunched over apparently sleeping. The watch strap is a black and chrome high grade polyurethane.

The “Panda Suit” Artist Series Limited Edition watch face seems to be a version of the teddy-type bear zipped up in a panda suit. He appears sitting on a blue floor with an orange backdrop. A white and chrome/gray high grade polyurethane watch strap completes the timepiece.

Each watch is highly colorful and comes packed in a Special Edition Artist box. Only 777 timepieces were created for each edition.

Invicta has definitely opened a new door with this partnership. Before, a timepiece could be considered a work of art due to its history, quality and superior craftsmanship. Now, “work of art” takes on a new meaning. We have a master Swiss watchmaker paired with a famed graffiti artist. It is a fusion of crafts and a vision few could foresee. The Invicta Russian Diver Artist Series can quite frankly be considered a masterpiece.

Invicta Care Foundation donates funds to charitable causes

With the help of the Invicta Watch Group, the non-profit Invicta Care Foundation strives to aid overlooked areas and charitable causes by providing financial support.

The mission of the Invicta Care Foundation is to improve the life of less fortunate, overlooked and otherwise neglected areas by donating funds to pioneering organizations that work to help charitable causes. The Invicta Watch Group fully supports the efforts made by the foundation, enabling Invicta Care to donate 100 percent of all donations and sales to the organizations that aim to help areas in need. The Invicta Watch Group also pays for the foundation’s operational, marketing, production and managerial costs.

The Invicta Care Foundation has financially supported numerous multinational causes in recent years.

When Hurricane Katrina – one of the most deadly and destructive hurricanes in the history of the U.S. – hit the Gulf Coast, the Invicta Care Foundation raised $127,846 to support disaster relief causes. The donation was given to the Red Cross to help those in need after the hurricane wreaked havoc in several areas.

The foundation has also partnered up with Red Wing Shoes and the Nashville-based Soles4Souls, donating tens of thousands of pairs of shoes to those who were in need of them. The footwear was sent overseas to multiple countries.

Emmaus Medical Mission
The Invicta Care Foundation financially supported the Emmaus Medical Mission in helping the poverty stricken community of Mindo, Ecuador.

In 2010, the Invicta Care Foundation donated $15,000 in one day – during Invicta’s Sunday Run – to the Emmaus Medical Mission, an organization that serves to provide medical care and supplies to those people in need of urgent help and attention in the impoverished community of Mindo, Ecuador. The organization provides care to treat conditions and diseases such as malnutrition, diabetes and asthma. Supplies, including toothbrushes and vitamins, are also given to the community to help control personal hygiene and prevent further medical measures.

During the Sunday Run, subscribers to “The Movement” newsletter get the chance – for 24 hours – to purchase a featured luxury watch model from the Invicta collections. Since the Invicta Watch Group fully supports the foundation, 100 percent of sales from that one particular Sunday was donated to the Emmaus Medical Mission.

In another instance, the Invicta Care Foundation was able to raise $30,000 during a one day run event. 100 percent of those proceeds was donated to the Hetrick-Martin Institute, a New York City based non-profit organization that serves to provide social support and programming for at-risk youth. The organization particularly focuses on the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning youth.

The Invicta Care Foundation continually seeks to support charity-based causes.

Invicta Introduces a Contemporary Art Series of Watches in 2012

Written by: Michael Arnold

New year, very new watches. Invicta‘s 2012 series watches are breaking the mold with designs quite like no other.

As a part of the Russian Diver Collection, Invicta has partnered with contemporary artists to design watch faces.

Native New Yorker, Erni Vales, and British artist, Nick Gentry, are commandeering this limited edition series by introducing a wave of novel looks for the watch company. These two artists collaborated in 2011, creating designs that are trendy and appealing to a younger audience.

Vales created 3 of his own timepieces for the 2012 series. All three watches have a colorful retro look, and a similar cartoon bear design on the watch dial.

Panda Suit
Invicta’s Panda Suit timepiece.

They are called Lace Twin, Leather Twin and Panda Suit; and they are certainly not “suit and tie” watches. These contemporary timepieces have industrial-looking straps that are juxtaposed by their brightly colored watch faces and cartoon bears.

Lace Twin, Leather Twin and Panda Suit take a new spin on watches. They give them a third meaning. Not only can watches be for telling time or looking nice, but they can also have an artistic appeal. They can tell a story, or be a conversation piece.

Erni Vales’ timepieces are not made for the mundane businessman. They’re made for the skateboarder, rave-goer and modern art junkie. A whole new concept in watches.

Breaking the mold, so to speak, comes with no surprise from an artist who started out tagging on the subway cars of NYC. His work, now based out of Miami, is called “Evil World.”

Nick Gentry provides an equally novel contribution to Invicta’s contemporary art series.

Gentry is fascinated with the cyber culture of the 21st Century. He is well known in the contemporary art world for his floppy disk art – creating human faces out of a compilation of floppy disks. His bold artistic messages have gained Gentry the highest level of respect in the United Kingdom’s urban art scene.

Gentry designed one very sleek watch for Invicta. Taking the namesake of one of his paintings, The Secret Key Invicta watch is super classy and unusual.

Nick Gentry - Floppy Disk Art
Nick Gentry – Floppy Disk Art.

Its watch dial is an interesting piece of art, and its case is rectangular and slightly arched.

The combination of its sleek leather strap and artistic interior will, perhaps, give this timepiece a broader audience.

Invicta’s art series introduces an exciting and refreshing look at watches, just in time for 2012.

Nick Gentry -The Secret Key
Nick Gentry -The Secret Key.

Invicta available at WatchesOnNet at all time Low Prices

Written by: Mike Demertzis
Since its inception in 2001 WatchesOnNet has been thrilling consumers with incredible deals on watches.  Invicta watches are now available on WatchesOnNet at all time low prices.

Let’s face it, worldwide economic news is somewhat depressing, so when you hear of anyone that has a ‘Deal’ you approach with caution. This time rest assured, WatchesOnNet a Florida based online retailer is the ‘real deal.’

WatchesOnNet is featuring “Invicta Chronographs” in its popular Closeout section. They also list a diverse selection from top brand Swiss manufacturers like Hublot and Breitling to designer collections like Gucci or Michael Kors.

Ocean Reef Red Dial Chronograph

Watches from the “Invicta Reserve Collection” will also be made available. Look for one of their newer creations the ‘Ocean Reef Red Dial Chronograph’ which features a Flame Fusion Crystal, Water Resistant to 200m and a 5 year warranty. Other styles also available include oversized chronographs or ceramic watches.
WatchesOnNet makes it hard to resist frequenting their site since in addition to the Closeout Section they also offer a Sales Section and a Blowout Section. You can look forward to many more incentive based sales as 2012 takes the company to new heights within the E-Commerce community and Invicta rides along.

Invicta Venom Viper Chronograph

A visit to the Invicta company website is also recommended, since they offer the ‘Invicta Sunday Run.’ This special, can best be described as an overseas ‘Crate of Watches’ that happens to get lost on the way to the Invicta warehouse. It then becomes accessible to you for 24 hours and during this time you can get a great deal on a pre-selected watch. Subscribe to their newsletter online for complete details.