Invicta 6620 II Collection Chronograph Watch Review

Invicta 6620 II CollectionThe Invicta 6620 is by far my favorite in the Invicta II Collection. The elegant stainless steel design coupled with its accuracy make this a tough watch to beat, especially for less than $100. However, that doesn’t mean there aren’t things to you should know about this watch before you buy. Just keep reading for more info, you’ll see what I mean.

Just like I try to do in most of my reviews on this site, I’d like to start off my review of the Invicta 6620 II Collection by doing a quick overview of the Pros and Cons of this watch. After that I’ll go into some basic product information, and then after that I’ll go into my detailed review of this Invicta product. Why don’t we go ahead and get started!

Invicta Men’s 6620 II Collection Chronograph White Dial Watch


  • Under $100 – Very Affordable
  • Very Durable; Entirely Stainless Steel Case and Strap
  • Attractive Brushed/Polished Finish with Attention to Detail
  • Invicta Chronograph Watch (chronograph is a must have for me)
  • Swiss Source Quartz Movement is Relatively Accurate (For Price)


  • Date Display is Un-Magnified
  • Not Swiss Made, Only Swiss Movement

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My Invicta 6620 II Collection Review

Swiss Quartz Movement

While I’m not totally sure of the exact model that the Invicta 6620 features, I do know that it is in fact a Swiss piece, and I also know that it’s a quartz movement. In case you don’t know, that means it functions through a tiny little quartz piece whose vibrations are monitored through a battery powered device. These vibrations emitted by the piece of quartz are what is used to actually keep time.

Every watch in the Invicta II Collection features these Swiss quartz movements. They’re accurate, and they’re cheaper to make than the extremely high quality automatics. Now, that’s not to say that all automatic movements are better than all quartz movements, not at all, but you understand what I’m saying.

Beautiful White Dial and Chronograph

The dial window is fashioned from a time tested flame fusion crystal that’s proven to be extremely scratch resistant and durable, but that’s pretty standard for Invicta. What really sets this watch apart is the design of the dial and face. Being an Invicta chronograph watch, obviously this time piece features a chronograph with 60 second, 30 minute and Day of the 6620 II Collection WatchWeek sub dial functions. The entire face is a radially brushed stainless steel that’s been polished to the point that it actually appears to be white, almost glowing. This is what really grabs people’s attention when you’re wearing this thing…The beautiful white dial.

On the face you’ll also notice a date counter at the 4 oclock position. Now, while I think that this display looks fine, many people have complained that it’s too difficult to see the date on the Invicta 6620. Honestly, even though I can see it, I know a lot of folks can’t because of the lack of magnifying window over the display. This is a pretty typical feature in most watches, even within the Invicta II collection, but I don’t see anything like it on this watch.

The dial is decorated with 12 silver arabic numerals and luminescent, easy to see hands. The white dial of this Invicta men’s watch is outlined by a unidirectional outer bezel, also made from brushed stainless steel, with markers inscribed every 5 minutes along the bezel. Located on the inner bezel (yea, that’s right, there are TWO bezels!) you’ll find a slim but sleek tachymeter on the inner bezel, which comes in handy outdoors and in diving if you intend to do anything like that.

I have to say that initially I wasn’t too fond of the white on silver/white on grey/silver on silver design of the Invicta 6620 II Collection, however, now that I’ve had some time with it I think that the dial looks sleek and clean.

Part of what made the difference for me is actually the size of this watch. When I imagined this watch, I imagined it to just be an average sized watch, but this thing is big. It weighs about a pound, so you’ll definitely feel this Invicta watch on your wrist, however, because of the size I think that the dial and the chronograph appear much more6620 II Collection Steel Case attractive. Because I can pay extra attention to detail because of the increased size, it’s hard not to notice the flawless design put into this Invicta chronograph watch. And since it’s water resistant to 100 meters, I know that this piece is not only attractive, but functional as well.

Stainless Steel Watch Band

If we go ahead and move on from talking about the actual watch and dial and move on to the strap…You can pretty well see the strap from the picture, but I’ll go ahead and give you a description. The strap is entirely stainless steel, brushed steel on the outside and the inner links are made from polished stainless steel. The band fits the watch perfectly and offers beautiful gray on gray contrast that flows beautifully with the white dial. The band includes a standard fold over clasp with a double push button lock to make sure it stays on.

My Verdict of the Invicta 6620 II Collection

Overall I believe that the Invicta 6620 II Collection chronograph is a fantastic watch, and I think that it’s probably my favorite in the Invicta II Collection. I also think that this watch is much more attractive than the $75 you pay for it on Amazon. I love the fact that for under a hundred bucks I can get a watch that looks like a premier quality piece that also functions as a water resistant watch. The watch is hefty and feels well made, and you’re looking for something attractive and affordable than I would highly suggest picking up one of these stainless steel time pieces.

To an experienced watch hobbyist the watch might feel a little bit cheap when you’re holding it. It just lacks some of the accuracy and some of the details that higher end watches have. But, if you don’t have any experience with high end watches then the Invicta 6620 is going to be a perfect fit.

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