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Let's say that I have an old Invicta that a fellow WatchFreek wants to look up on ShopNBC and I can't find the J number. Is there a simple way to find the old J numbers? It seems as if the Shop keeps the pages active and you can find them if you have the J numbers, but not using a model number or description of the watch. If you don't have the J number then you are out of luck. Unless......there is a master list or other cross reference available.
 

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I believe you can search for the watch on google as "IN5555"(IN and the the number just as they list the model numbers on the site) and the search results may have the shopnbc link.
 

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This seems to be hit or miss.

TVDinner wrote:
I believe you can search for the watch on google as "IN5555"(IN and the the number just as they list the model numbers on the site) and the search results may have the shopnbc link.
 

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Try Google search this way -

in6091, shopnbc
NO quotation marks and insert whatever number for the model number. no space between "in" and the number.
 

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I;m looking for an old Invicta J# for model IN6199. This method has not provided a solution. If anyone knows the J# please pass it on to me. Thanks.
 

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