20 Most Recent Invicta Dragon Lupah 2093 Wrist Watch Questions & Answers


The 2093 is listed as a quartz watch and may need a new battery. Any watch shop or jewelry store should be able to replace the battery and caseback gasket for about $8. The gasket keeps water out and should not be reused.

Invicta Dragon... | Answered on Apr 22, 2010


If there is no problem with the stem then you can just screw it on. I suggest using a thread lock to insure a good fit. Start by taking the back off and hold the stem in place with a pair of needle nose pliers. Be sure to start by turning the crown in the reverse direction so you dont cross thread. Once you feel it hit the beginning of the thread you can turn in the on direction.
I always recommend having this sort of service done by a watch maker/technician who can reseal the watch and pressure test it to be sure it is still water resistant.

Invicta Dragon... | Answered on Sep 18, 2009


The Lupah has a chronograph so dont worry about the sub dials while your setting the time. Pull the crown out to the first position and set the time. For the date pull out to the second position and set the date.

To set the chronograph sweep arm pull the crown out and press and hold down the start button. The sweep arm will move into position. Stop it on the 12:00 or 0 position.

Invicta Dragon... | Answered on Sep 18, 2009


This is to adjust the seconds hand or minutes hand for the chronograph. Pull the crown out either one click or two ... depending on the models. Squeeze and hold the top and bottom buttons at the same time (timer stop and reset buttons). Hold down together for 2+ seconds. The chronograph hands should reset by spinning around and stopping at 0. If the don't stop right at zero, you can now adjust where they stop. Leave the crown where it is in that same position out. Press the top chronograph button and hold it down for fast movement or short presses for fine movement to adjust til it stops at the top. This will adjust where the seconds hand stops. Then click the bottom chrono button once. Repeat what you did with the top chrono button and it should allow you to fine tune the position for the next dial, and so on. When you are done, press the crown back in all the way to the normal position.

Invicta Dragon... | Answered on Jul 07, 2009


did you put it in with the proper side up

Invicta Lupah... | Answered on Nov 20, 2015


this is an indication that the battery needs changing.

Invicta Lupah... | Answered on Apr 26, 2015


Take your Invicta watch to a jeweler to have battery type identified.

Invicta Watches | Answered on May 05, 2019


It appears you will be changing the battery yourself.
If so I would suggest to unscrew the case and read the ID on the battery. The Maxell reference guide will let you choose based on voltage, size, etc.
Be careful with an O-ring that keeps moisture out.
http://www.sauseng.at/download/prospekte/maxell/Micro_Battery_Cross_Reference_Guide.pdf

Invicta Watches | Answered on Mar 11, 2019

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