The Subaqua Noma IV, by an American company Invicta that bought the company from the Swiss family Picard in 1991, is a very sporty and durable machine that is bound to survive heavy abuse during adventures while still offering amazingly high-end features.
The watch looks just great. It sports a black textured dial contrasted by silver luminous hands and domed hour markers. The markers for 3, 6, 9 and 10 are missing due to the fact that their space is taken up by the subdials. The date space is neatly placed next to the 4 o’clock marker. The ion-plated case is made of stainless steel and its black color gives the air of sturdiness and durability. Moving in the same direction the Subaqua Noma IV is waterproof to 1640ft/500m. The outer bezel is unidirectional and the inner one holds a tachymeter scale.
Having in mind that the watch is remarkably water resistant, that it features Swiss Quartz movement with integrated shock resistance, very sturdy and easy to read in almost any conditions, and that it is called the Subaqua, we need to notice that the target market is definitely divers.
The dimensions of the Subaqua Noma IV are 5.1 x 5.1 x 5.1 inches and the weight is 12 ounces. But the price is also a point of conversation. Invicta prouds on providing remarkable and durable timepieces for affordable amounts and this one is not an exception. Coming at $352.50 on Amazon, the Subaqua Noma IV is a great choice for the adventurous.
Simple colors, reasonable size and straightforward design make this watch as stylish as it is sporty.
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Available in Europe here
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