Invicta 6621 II Collection Chronograph Watch Review

Invicta 6621 II CollectionThe Invicta 6621 is a great chronograph watch from the Invicta II Collection. To learn all the pros and cons to this watch, and to learn whether it’s right for you, just keep reading for a detailed review.

I think that the best way I can start to help you is to just begin with a simple pros and cons list of the noteworthy features in the Invicta 6621 II Collection. Then I’ll go ahead and give you my verdict of this watch, and then I’ll go into a bit more detail on the watch.

Invicta Men’s 6621 II Collection Chronograph Blue Dial Watch

Pros:

  • Swiss Sourced Quartz Movement is Very Accurate
  • Flame Fusion Crystal Window is Highly Scratch Resistant
  • Fully Functional 3 Dial Chronograph w/ 60 Second, 30 Minute and Day of the Week Dials
  • Water Resistant to 100 Meters
  • Solid Stainless Steel Construction and Craft Give a ‘Heft’ to Watch
  • Band is Easily Adjustable

Cons:

  • Outer Bezel Seems to Be Misaligned Half a Click in Some Watches
  • Instruction Manual is 1 Page

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My Invicta 6621 II Collection Review

Honestly, this is a great watch. It’s a shame that Invicta left this one oversight unfixed, this is an unusual problem for Invicta.

Basically, what happens is that the little arrow at the top of the outer bezel, the little arrow which is SUPPOSED to line up perfectly with the 12 o’clock position, however, apparently fairly frequently people report that the bezel isn’t aligned correctly. Apparently its off about half a click. So that means that the middle of that top arrow will line up about half way between noon and the first little minute index. Not only that but apparently there’s also a bit of jiggle to the bezel as well, not that it actually jiggles when you walk, but it just doesn’t feel as secure as it should.

Other than that minor flaw the watch is really great…Keeps extremely accurate time, the watch movement is swiss made, the chronograph is accurate…Really everything else is very impressive.

The watch is protected by a heavy stainless steel case and band. The band is, of course, very easy to adjust yourself if you have the right tools, or if you need you can take it to a jeweler and they’ll usually take care of it for $10 or $15. The blue dial is attractive and outlined with plain numerals every 5 minutes. The hands are big and easy to see, even in the dark thanks to Tritnite (Invicta’s patented 20 hour glow-in-the-dark substance).

My Verdict of the Invicta 6621 II Collection

The look of this watch makes it seem much more expensive than it is. Very classy looking, and actually pretty accurate and high quality, the Invicta 6621 II Collection chronograph watch makes a great watch for folks who don’t want to spend more than $100 on a watch, or as a great ‘everyday watch’ for any passionate watch collector. If you can get over the problem with the bezel, you’ll find that the rest of the watch really is great.

Anyways, thanks for reading through my entire review of the Invicta 6621. Below I’ve gone ahead and given you a couple other watches you might think about looking at if you want. Either way though, I hope I helped you out, and thanks for reading on WhatWatches.com!

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