Great post on Invicta vs. Rolex vs. Sandoz, which is kind of like comparing a Camry to a Bugatti to a Crown Vic.
As you can tell, I really do not pick any one of these three as superior or a better buy than any other because they serve different purposes-albeit, the Sandoz and the Invicta are similarly priced-but the Sandoz offers the Swiss movement and slightly different look, while the Invicta offers the Submariner style, with an automatic movement, at a bargain price. The Rolex is the epitome of this style diver. Take your pick-or pick all three.
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