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Old 06-24-2019, 12:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone think Invicta will re-release the Gen I Bolt in a 3 hand automatic or automatic chronograph again?
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Nobody can give an answer, you may as well toss a coin.

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Can't see why not hobefabu, but it might not be a re-release actually. But
rather more of a special edition, or slightly newer version of the original.

On a side note, have you ever checked out some of the more recent versions
like these below?! ..They are automatcs as well. Just saw them a minute ago.





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Can't see why not hobefabu, but it might not be a re-release actually. But
rather more of a special edition, or slightly newer version of the original.

On a side note, have you ever checked out some of the more recent versions
like these below?! ..They are automatcs as well. Just saw them a minute ago.





That is a cool watch there guy, it is reminiscent of the gen i
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Great looking watches, if you're a Rapper or Russian Mafia guy!
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The Gen I cable is 1mm thick. Then they came out with the 3mm on the Gen II. And then came the 5mm on the Thunderbolt. If I was going to do it. I wanted that big cable. So I waited... And they finally delivered a very unique 3 hand NH35A automatic in a lighter case in cradle silicone design. The carbon fiber dial and $99 price just blew me away. Believe it or not, it is a joy to wear. It is very comfortable all day long. The Bolt Sport is also available in a quartz chronograph. But IMO, the simpler 3 hand auto is definitely the way to go.
I know you guys are gonna feast on this one. Go ahead, I can take it.





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Think it's amazing if you ask me Forza, and can't believe the bang
for the buck either.

If you think about it, Invicta makes so many watches, and not only
traditional, or classic styles. But unique almost concept watch-like
watches for the public, and this new Bolt is the perfect example.
If another brand made it, it would cost many many thousands of
$'s. It's incredible sir ! A huge congrats 2 U !!!
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I have the Gen I 3 hand automatic in stainless and black and it is really a good looking watch. I've had it for about 12 years now and still enjoy wearing it.
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I have the Gen I 3 hand automatic in stainless and black and it is really a good looking watch. I've had it for about 12 years now and still enjoy wearing it.
That is so cool Hobefabu, and they still look way ahead of their time
at the same time when you think about it. Pretty fantastic honestly !
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No offense to anyone, but it looks more like a weapon than a watch? alot going on there!
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No offense to anyone, but it looks more like a weapon than a watch? alot going on there!
Which one would you be referring to ? Just curious.
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Which one would you be referring to ? Just curious.
Actually all of them, not a fan of the steel cable wrapped around the dial and the face kind of busy. JMO
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Think it's amazing if you ask me Forza, and can't believe the bang
for the buck either.

If you think about it, Invicta makes so many watches, and not only
traditional, or classic styles. But unique almost concept watch-like
watches for the public, and this new Bolt is the perfect example.
If another brand made it, it would cost many many thousands of
$'s. It's incredible sir ! A huge congrats 2 U !!!
Finally somebody that understands. Concept-like is a great description. Outside the box is another.
Some are happy staying in their tool categories. And that's fine. But I like a little variety in my boxes. Thanks for the comment Tom. As usual, you're right on point.
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Finally somebody that understands. Concept-like is a great description. Outside the box is another.
Some are happy staying in their tool categories. And that's fine. But I like a little variety in my boxes. Thanks for the comment Tom. As usual, you're right on point.

You got it Forza, and think your description of these watches,
and many Invicta watches in general is right on point also. ..I
mean variety is the spice of life as they say, and you get that
in spades with Invicta.

Hope you keep on enjoying there !
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