The history of Swiss watch INVICTA can be traced back to the beginning of 1837. In its hundred years of history, the brand is committed to producing high-quality Swiss watches, combining unique design, superior quality and reasonable prices to create a "Affordable luxury" trend culture. Invicta insists on selecting the best materials and passing the strictest quality control in the industry to produce every watch. All watches have to undergo at least 300 independent tests to complete. It is one of the few watch companies in the industry that has been certified by a Swiss movement.
Most INVICTA watch automatic movements can be wound properly by most watch winders. Usually INVICTA automatic movements need to rotate 650 to 820 revolutions per day, and most of them can be wound clockwise. So please take some time and like to choose a cute clockwork that suits you and your watch.
It is no coincidence that most automatic watches produced today have very common spring specifications, so it is easy to find a suitable barrel.
Once the clockwork on the watch is programmed, you can keep it, which will keep your INVICTA watch intact and ready to wear!
The table below shows that most INVICTA watches sold today are two-way wound, but there are always exceptions, so make sure you know the correct specifications of the watch.
(Always make sure to use the manufacturer's specifications as "number of turns per day" and "winding direction". «CW»-Clockwise winding direction; «CCW»-Counterclockwise winding direction; «Both»-Combined mode (Clockwise + Counterclockwise);)