Question about Invicta Swiss Pro Diver 9309 Wrist Watch
I have the Invicta Pro Diver Swiss Q 9307A, and the dial is printed ''Swiss movement'' in the lower part; however I saw another 9307 models which the dial is printed ''INVICTA'' and ''SWISS'' just below. What is the diference and what movement use? Thank you. Vicente Cardone.
A watch is considered Swiss, when it is made in Switzerland (hope I spelled that right), by a Swiss Comapny, using 50% or more parts that are also Swiss. Watches made this way will have "Swiss Made" Swiss" or a similar print on the back.
If it has the lables of "Swiss movement" "Swiss Case" then it means that it is only partly swiss made, and will not have a lable listed in the first part of this solution branded on the back.
Hope I helped, have a great day.
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