New Invicta Watches Now Available at

The Watchery has added a number of new brand-name watches to its ever-expanding selection, including additional Invicta watches.

New York, NY, April 23, 2011 --( In an effort to pad its stock of designer watches, The Watchery is now stocking new timepieces by Invicta and other top brands, including Wyler Geneve, JeanRichard, TechnoMarine, and Glam Rock watches. Available at, The Watchery is offering discounts of over 80% off on select Invicta watches.

"We’re excited about all the new watches we’ve gotten in, though we think the Invicta watches are especially great for the upcoming warm weather. Invictas are more sporty than a lot of the other watches we offer, so as people are able to do more outdoor activities, they’ll want a watch that can withstand a little dirt and weathering," said Joseph Levy, president of The Watchery.

Invicta watches are sportier indeed, but like TechnoMarine or Glam Rock watches, they’re also considered more fashionable than some of the traditional style wristwatches. Founded in 1837 by Raphael, Invicta — Vulgar Latin for "invincible" — was created to provide affordable, yet top-quality watches.

The aesthetic of Invicta watches falls right in line with the sort of items The Watchery exclusively offers: the timepieces are both beautiful and practical, each equally appropriate for a formal event as a day of rock-climbing or scuba-diving.

The men’s Invicta Subaqua from the Noma III collection, for instance, with its rubber band and stainless steel casing, was designed specifically for deep-sea diving, with water resistance of up to 1,640 feet. On sale for $499 at The Watchery, customers save an impressive 64% off the MSRP of $1,395.

The Watchery also offers two ladies watches from the Invicta Subaqua Noma IV line, which likewise boast a water resistance of 1,640 feet and stainless steel cases, in addition to polyurethane bands. With retail values of $2,395, the Noma IV watches are available at The Watchery for $399 — or 83% off.

"With discounts like these, we don’t expect our Invicta watches to stick around for long. We’re always getting in new products, and we know our customers notice right away — many of our watches get close to selling out in no time at all. And that’s fine, because we’re always adding more!" said Levy.

For more information on The Watchery and to browse its selection of Invicta and other fine watches, go to They also have a Facebook fan page at and a Twitter at

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