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Frankly, if you look at the past few years or so, most Invicta problems stated by owners have to do with chronograph-style watches, and in many cases it seemed to be in the manufacturing phase rather than the actual movements that were the problem.
I'll back that comment up. I've had two Russian Diver chronos that just up and died. Even after changing the battery they wouldn't start back up again. The third one however is still running strong (knock wood). I have two Lupah chronos that also work without issues (knock wood again). If its ok with everybody may I ask if anybody else has experienced a problem similar to this?

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