Invicta 0134 women’s Wildflower quartz gold dial yellow gold stainless steel crystal watch is offered, in a yellow gold plated solid stainless steel case. This model is made in dimensions of 22mm across and 8mm high. This watch has a fixed 24 crystals accented bezel and a textured push/pull main crown. Invicta 0134 is fitted with an 18 crystals accented yellow gold plated stainless steel bracelet. Securing the bracelet is a jewelry clasp made in stainless steel. The dial is gold tone and it features conservatively sized, index hour markers and gold tone luminous tapered baton shaped hands for superior readability. This model has a flame fusion crystal for scratch resistance. Powering this superb timepiece is Swiss made Ronda 763 quartz movement. The water resistance stands at 50 meters. The Invicta 0134 watch is brand new in its original packaging and is backed by a 5 year limited warranty.The sophisticated Invicta Women’s Wildflower Collection 18k Gold-Plated Crystal Accented Watch offers a gold-toned dial with gold-toned, bar-shaped hour indexes, gold-toned hands, and a Roman numeral hour index at twelve o’clock. The minimalist dial is surrounded by an 18k gold-plated stainless steel bezel studded with sparkling, white crystals. The monochromatic look emphasizes the understated elegance of the timepiece. It continues with the 18k gold-plated, stainless steel bracelet with a jewelry clasp. Made from flame fusion crystal, the window is sturdy and scratch resistant, and the watch is water resistant to 165 feet (50 meters). Plus, it features precise Swiss quartz movement for accurate timekeeping.
A summon to all stunning sirens. Ever true to the very essence of the source for inspiration, the Invicta Wildflower collection is most deserving of female attention. Capturing the contradictions of its muse, the timepieces of the Wildflower line are flawlessly integrated representations of elegance and strength. Realized with features including diamonds, gemstones, mother of pearl, textured or pave dials and Swiss movements, Invicta boldly embraced the paradox and has indeed found brilliance in the bloom.